Specialized Testing with the ASL 5000

A group demonstration on using the ASL 5000 to address some common R&D testing challenges.

Taking place on Tuesday July 16 at 9:00 am Eastern.

Hosted by Dr.-Ing. Stefan Frembgen, President of IngMar Medical.


Do you experience this common challenge with your specialized testing?

I’m constrained by the parameters I can use to create my patient models. I need precisely defined, repeatable, and realistic patient models.”

If so, then join us for a demonstration of how the ASL 5000™ Breathing Simulator can alleviate this R&D roadblock. The ASL 5000’s accuracy, flexibility, and precision makes it an essential instrument for in vitro research on the performance of respiratory therapy devices such as ventilators, CPAP devices, nebulizers, masks, and aerosol drug delivery devices.

During this free, 30-minute product demonstration, we will use the ASL 5000 to:

  1. Test ventilator trigger sensitivity threshold
  2. Test the resistance of an element(s) in your circuit

Register here