Technology of the Future... Today
George Taweh, inventor, and his partner/ co-designer, Tim Sutton created a better way to distribute dialysis solutions to each station in a dialysis clinic. They designed a modular horizontal chase/bumper railing and solutions manifold that will face-mount on the patient station head wall having the valves included in a single manifold per station reducing the amount of fittings to make the system work with either chemical or hot water disinfection. The horizontal bumper railing houses the fluids loop lines in a nice organized tubing management system where the lines can be snapped into place and concealed under the bumper railing.
This allows for not having to use wood or particle board cabinets to create the housing for a typical recessed water box and the solution loop lines. The aesthetically appealing horizontal bumper and manifold takes up less room than the use of the legacy casework and recessed water box and loops system.
The new T Box design allows for adequate space in between the manifold and the drain fixture to allow easy cleaning and sanitizing. The drain fixture also serves as drip catchment below the T Box manifold. The drain fixture also maintains the required air gap for the dialysate discharge drain line from the dialysis machine. This well designed drain fixture has a barrier between the area of dirty drain fluid below and the upper drip catchment area separating this clean environment from the dirty area.