Suction Pumps

Our repair and service includes strip down, clean and new parts fitted where required and put back into working order according to manufacturer’s specifications. Function, suction check and electrical safety checks are carried out.

Suction pump supplies

GRS Instruments Ltd supply new and pre-owned /reconditioned suction pumps. These are available to purchase outright or can be used through our rental service. Typical models are Devilbiss Vacuaide.

New Models:

Vacuaide Suction Pump 7305P-U
(With 800ml Disposable Bottle)

Vacuaide Suction Pump 7305P-U
(With 1200ml Re-Usable Bottle)

Vacuaide Suction Pump 7341P-NE
(With 800ml Canister)


The VacuAide is a small and lightweight portable aspirator. It is primarily used for bronchial / oral hygiene, effective airways clearance and helps to control infection. The VacuAide is ideal for home or hospital use and meets the stringent ISO 10079-1 standards for emergency transport suction. It can be used from its internal battery or directly from the power supply.

It offers:

  • High performance capabilities with a vacuum range of 80 – 550 mmHg and a flow range of 0 – 27 l/min.
  • Meets the stringent ISO 10079-1 standard.
  • Comes complete with a rechargeable battery, 12 V DC in car charger, mains lead and carry case.
  • Has a switch mode power supply allowing operation on any AC voltage 100 V – 240 V.
  • Has an integrated bacterial filter.
  • Automatic float shut-off to prevent overflow into the unit
  • The 7305 model is available in two options; the 7305P-U with a 800ml disposable collection bottle or the 7305P-US with a 1200ml re-usable collection bottle.
  • Uses a rechargeable battery with 60 minutes run time
  • Automatically recharges when connected to the power supply
  • 12 V DC capability for vehicle charging

Refer to the AARC Guidelines for appropriate sub atmospheric pressures

  • Neonates: 60—80 mm Hg
  • Infants: 80—100 mm Hg
  • Children: 100—120 mm Hg
  • Adults: 100—150 mm Hg

Negative pressures should not exceed 150 mmHg as higher pressures have been shown to cause trauma, hypoxemia and atelectasis.

Get in touch with us for more information about our test and calibration service or Keeler instrument supplies. Based in Chorley our services are available across the UK.