SIZE & PHYSICAL DETAILS
The Dräger Agila® product range features a wide range of compact and highly ergonomic configurations and takes up a minimum of precious space in the care environment.
The Agila® range of ceiling supply units can enhance efficiency in the area of care in a number of ways. Agila integrates the media supplies and enables off-the-floor positioning of medical devices exactly where they are needed. This gives you easy access to the patient, provides you with an ergonomic and safe workplace and improves overall hygiene, as well as reduced cleaning and turnaround times. The Agila is compatible with a variety of workstation components.
A host of possible configurations makes the Agila perfectly adapted to your individual needs. The Agila arm profiles are available in 500, 750, 1,000 and 1,250 mm lengths. These can be combined to give a span of up to six metres for the complete double-arm system. Arms and columns feature 330° rotation. Conveniently positioned controls and ergonomically contoured handles enable a single operator to quickly and precisely adjust the Agila in any direction. The colour-coded rotational joints can be equipped with either an electro-pneumatic (Dual Brake P) or an electro-magnetic (DualBrake E) brake. Both are easy and safe to use.
The Agila supply column is available in the lengths 400, 500, 1,000, 1,250, and 1,500 mm. Media panels are fitted on both sides and at the front and rear to accommodate gas terminal units, electrical sockets and data terminals. The vertical rails on the front can hold up to 120 kg, making it quick and easy to fit shelves, drawers and other workstation components.
The Agila Column Tube has all the advantages of the Agila, but uses three full-length stainless steel tubes, as well as horizontal standard rails on the top and bottom, so that devices and accessories can be positioned in various different ways. The Agila Column Tube is thus particularly well-suited to supplying two workstations with only one rack. The Agila Column Tube is available in the lengths 1,250 mm and 1,500 mm.
The Agila media head is a compact solution for operating rooms and intensive care units, offering up to 120 kg load capacity. The head features front, rear and bottom panels for media installation.
Stainless steel tubes can be attached directly to the media head to accommodate a variety of accessories and components. Two options are available: a single tube (pole) or two parallel tubes (rack). The equipment carrier is accessible from all sides, making it easy to add further workstation components.
The Agila EasyLift is a compact ceiling supply system that can help you to improve workflow, and effectively manage space, for both ICU and OR applications. Its design ensures quick and easy positioning in three dimensions, and provides a clear benefit in critical situations. Optional cable boxes offer plenty of overhead storage for cables and tubes, thus improving workplace hygiene.
The Agila combines particularly easy positioning with ergonomic height adjustment. You can thus adjust it perfectly to constantly changing working conditions and clinical requirements. The Agila helps you make optimal use of the space available.
?The Colour Line concept was introduced in order to enhance the well-being of patients, staff and visitors. Studies1 have shown that colours can have a major impact on patient physiology and well-being. By carefully choosing the colours of your care environment, you can have a positive influence on the course of therapy. Staff, too, can benefit from lower stress levels, which will help them to work more efficiently. Visitors will also appreciate the positive, relaxed atmosphere – a real plus for your hospital’s image. Colour Line offers you the freedom of choice. You can create your own palette of RAL colours to match the design and feel of your care area or choose one of several set combinations – painstakingly selected by our experts – to have the desired effect, based on the latest scientific results. Our design specialists can combine our Classic (RAL 3004), Natural (RAL 1018), Mediterranean (RAL 4005) and Children’s (RAL 3015) colours with those of your premises to help you create the atmosphere you need to make your patients feel comfortable.
1 Claudia Schumm, Feng Shui im Krankenhaus/Healing Rooms in Hospitals, Springer, 2004