Medical Carbanox

Medical use, for therapeutic treatment in humans and animals

O2 / CO2

Used in a range of clinical situations by doctors, dentists, nurses, veterinarians, anaesthetists, respiratory specialists, hospitals, day surgery and so on.


  • Respiratory stimulant following apnoea or after chronic respiratory obstruction has been relieved
  • In clinical situations where carbon dioxide is needed as an anaesthetic supplement
  • In clinical and physiological investigations

Product Summary

Gas composition

  • Carbon Dioxide 5 ± 1%
  • Oxygen balance


Moisture < 67 ppm
Carbon monoxide < 5 ppm
Carbon dioxide < 300 ppm
Nitrous oxide < 2 ppm
Oil < 1 mg / m³

Available sizes


Size Product code Volume Weight (full)* Pressure Outlet connection Availability Cert. of conformance
D 219110 1.9 m³ 18 kg 19,000 kPa PIN INDEX Fig. 2, 6 Australia wide Download
SE 219122 4.3 m³ 45 kg 17,600 kPa PIN INDEX Fig. 2, 6 Australia wide Download
G 219150 10 m³ 80 kg 19,000 kPa PIN INDEX Fig. 2, 6 Australia wide Download
Additional Details

Physical & chemical properties

Appearance Odour Flammability
AppearanceColourless gas OdourOdourless FlammabilityNon flammable

UN number


Hazard class


Hazard symbol (GHS)

  • Non-flammable non-toxic gas 2.2
  • Oxidising agent 5.1

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