Helping your

patients–and you–

breathe easier

Supporting patients as they fight to get back to health is demanding, crucial work.

We believe you deserve the best tools possible. 

That’s why we work every day to provide healthcare providers like you across the world with innovative pneumatic life-saving ventilation and CPAP products that are sophisticated, reliable, effective, and easy to use.

What we offer

Our products work with you to deliver superior critical ventilatory support to neonates, infants, pediatrics, children, and adult patients. All to help you achieve the best possible outcomes in numerous critical care settings – wherever your patients may be.

 

7 unique advantages of Airon’s ventilators

1. Fully pneumatic

No need for batteries or electrical power. Perfect for disaster planning, transport, and limited or make-shift spaces.

2. Non-invasive or invasive ventilation with or without CPAP

Broadens clinical applications.

3. High output demand flow PEEP/CPAP system

Optimizes critical care ventilation for spontaneous and mandatory breaths.

4. MRI compatible

No gauss line limitation. Can be placed next to the magnet.

5. Integrated all-pneumatic alarm system with remote alarm capability

Alerts for patient circuit disconnects and low gas supply.

6. Simple-to-use controls

Adult ventilators have tidal volume, respiratory rate and pressure limit. Infant ventilators have I time, E time, pressure limit.

7. Lightweight

Weights range from 8.8 lbs (4kg) to 6 lbs. (2.7kg).

Airon Corporation products
The standard of care for critical ventilatory support

The pNeuton unique family of products are lightweight. Portable. Easy-to-use. And powerful. All of our ventilators and CPAP systems are fully pneumatic, and can deliver volume or pressure control in the face of critical respiratory needs and changing pulmonary dynamics. This makes them vital tools in the fight against COVID19, and other life-threatening situations.

In fact, Airon’s technology was licensed by GE Healthcare and manufactured by Ford for the 50,000 ventilators in 100 days response to Covid-19 in 2020.

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