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Pumps, Circulating-Liquid, Localized Heating

Definition : Circulating-liquid pumps designed to deliver a temperature-controlled flow of warmed liquid (e.g., water) through hoses into pads that have appropriate channels for liquid circulation. These pumps typically use an electric resistor for liquid-heating purposes. Localized-heating pumps are used for therapeutic localized mild heating (i.e., warming at no more than 43 degrees C) of a patient's skin.

Entry Terms : "Localized Warming Pumps" , "T-Pumps" , "Tempumps" , "Pumps, Heating, Circulating-Fluid" , "Pumps, Circulating-Fluid, Localized Heating" , "Pumps, Heating, Circulating-Liquid"

UMDC code : 17647

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Adroit Medical Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

Adroit Medical Systems is a manufacturer, developer, and marketer of Class I, II and III medical devices and equipment. A veteran owned small business, Adroit serves all patient care settings from hospital to homecare.

Cincinnati Sub-Zero Products LLC

Company Type: Parent

Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ) Products, Inc. opened for business as a distributor of frozen foods that would later become the first U.S. distributor of home deep-freezers. Nine years after its start, the company changed directions and began manufacturing and marketing temperature-controlled products.

March Mfg Inc

Company Type: Parent

March Manufacturing began in 1954 as a job shop performing precision machining for the aircraft industry. In 1955, March developed it's first pump for removing cooling coil condensation. Our first magnetic drive pump came out in 1962, and in the late 60's, March ceased operating in the aircraft industry to concentrate on pumps.

Parkland Scientific Inc

Company Type: Parent

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