Small, compact, and transport ready
Designed to perform in harsh and toxic environments
Assembles quickly with simplified operating instructions printed on the case
Impact-resistant case with shock-absorbing bumpers and recessed control settings
Rate and volume settings independently operated
Easy-to-monitor patient valve assembly and toxic atmosphere valve are able to deliver additional respiratory breaths on demand by inspiratory effort of the patient
Operates exclusively on standard 50 psi source gas, eliminating air entrainment and maintaining the integrity of the specified oxygen concentration
Operates at extreme temperatures ranging from 0• F to 125• F
Pneumatically powered •batteries not required
Allows for PEEP attachment
Meets ASTM, ISO and KKK-1822C standards
The first ventilator designed expressly for the EMS professional, the AutoVent 2000 Transport Ventilator provides independent controls for tidal volume and BPM. Designed to meet ventilator needs in a variety of applications, from intra• and inter-hospital transports to sophisticated air rescue. Automatic transport ventilators have been recommended by the American Hospital Association as the preferred equipment to provide ventilator support in the pre-hospital setting.
The AutoVent 2000 uses state-of-the-art pneumatics to assure reliable, time-cycled constant flow ventilation powered by a minimum of source gas. Both models may be used with all models of the LSP single patient use ventilation circuits as an added protection against patient cross-contamination.
Each AutoVent is accompanied by the proven LSP patient valve with its bright green visual breath indicator, built-in audible pressure limit alarm, and intermittent mandatory ventilation providing gas flow for spontaneous breathing patients. The patient valve is available with an anti-inhalation valve for use in toxic environments.
AutoVent• 2000 Includes:
6 Feet of O2 Hose
Non-Rebreathing Valve with Hose
The Autovent 2000 L460 has a proud history of serving the First Responder community
Manufactured by Allied Healthcare Products which has been involved in the manufacture of medical devices and components since the 1930s. Allied starting out as the medical department of National Cylinder Gas. This St. Louis based company enjoys a 50+ year heritage in serving the medical community.
Allied has acquired a number of other companies over the years, as well as, developed many new innovative products used in medicine today. Allied is a leading supplier of oxygen, suction and emergency related products.
Allied Healthcare Products makes and sells products through their own name and the following brands, Chemetron, Gomco, Timeter, B&F Medical, Schuco, Life Support Products.