Medical Gas Testing
Medical gas can often be a patient’s lifeline, and your facility is dedicated to providing the highest quality medical treatment for your patients. You cannot settle for malfunctions or gas leaks. Midwest Environmental Consulting Services (MEC), conducts medical gas testing for hospitals, outpatient clinics, nursing homes, doctors’ offices, dentists’ offices, and other healthcare facilities.
At MEC, we understand that the medical industry never slows down. Because of this understanding, we improve safety without interrupting care. Our team takes pride in being accessible to medical professionals. We work around your schedule—any time of the day, any day of the week without disrupting your facility’s daily patient care and other responsibilities. Our staff accomplishes the medical gas testing in a way that improves your system’s safety and regulatory compliance while ensuring your equipment performs efficiently.
Piped Medical Gas Systems
Our expert technicians are among the most knowledgeable in the industry. We are known for rigorous medical gas quality control procedures. Our goal is to ensure your piped medical gas systems and their components are safe and reliable.
Through our medical gas testing process, we will identify and document all necessary corrective measures so that your facility can take compliant control of your gas systems. After testing, MEC provides you with the comprehensive documentation that medical compliance regulation organizations require.
Medical gas testing services are available on a periodic and annual basis.
Pipes and plumbing leaks
Master and area alarm functions
Inlets and outlets
Purity and contamination testing
“Compressed medical gases (CMG or medical gases) include gaseous and liquid (cryogenic) forms stored in high-pressure cylinders that are administered as a gas. Types of compressed medical gases include, but are not limited to, oxygen, carbon dioxide, helium, nitrogen, nitrous oxide, medical air, and combinations of these gases. Medical gases are regulated as finished pharmaceuticals regardless of the stage of processing.”