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When Workflow Speed and Accuracy Matters

Certifier Gas Flow Analyzers

The Certifier™ Plus and Certifier™ Pro Flow Analyzers are multi-functional pneumatic test systems that combine flow, pressure, temperature, and oxygen concentration measurements. Certifier™ Flow Analyzers utilize TSI® flow sensing technology, which is optimized for medical applications where accuracy and reliability are key requirements.

Choose the Certifier™ Flow Analyzer Model That's Right for You

  Certifier™ Pro Certifier™ Plus

*Flow Accuracy

1.75% 2%

All-in-one flow channels

Modular flow modules
Oxygen Sensor Integrated External
Operation Benchtop Handheld
Reduced Set-Up Time X  
Increased Portability   X

* percent of reading throughout the entire flow range

Certifier™ Pro Flow Analyzer Test System

Benchtop, all-in-one test system measures high and low flows with an accuracy of 1.75% of reading throughout the entire flow range. The Certifier™ Pro touchscreen display is mounted at an angle for easy operation and data viewing. The instrument can be operated on battery power, and users can power down flow channels when not in use to extend battery operation. he Certifier Pro can measure air, oxygen, carbon dioxide,nitrogen, and nitrous oxide gas flows. This full-featured test instrument can be used to test most types of ventilators and anesthesia gas delivery machines as well as a variety of other respiratory medical devices.


Certifier™ Plus Flow Analyzer Test System

Handheld test system with a compact and lightweight design. This portable instrument operates up to 8 hours continuously on battery power and can be mounted to a ventilator or workbench. The flow analyzer measures at 2% of reading throughout its entire flow range. The modular test system with the interface display separated from the measurement module and connected by a coiled cable. This design enables customer benefits such as purchase flexibility (purchase as a system or in pieces), lower service costs, and increased testing “up time”.