Oxequip/Medstar Wall Outlet
Oxequip/Medstar Wall Outlet

Wall Outlets

The Amico outlet continues to provide worry free and dependable service. Aesthetically pleasing in any patient room, this Oxequip/Medstar connection Amico gas outlet provides a full color fascia for easy gas identification during those critical moments. Amico’s outlets exceed flow rate requirements set by NFPA/CSA. All outlets are 100% cleaned and tested in order to ensure quality and are backed by our industry leading Five Year Warranty. We also have other configurations available to match your requirements.


Oxequip/Medstar Wall Outlet Specs


General Features

  • Flow rate exceeds the requirements of NFPA
  • Accepts only Oxequip / Medstar gas specific adaptors
  • 100% Pressure testing of each outlet and cleaned for medical gas service
  • Indexed to eliminate interchangeability of gas services
  • Up to 1" (25 mm) mounting plate thickness adjustment
  • 360° swivel inlet pipe for easy installation


NOTE: Amico recommends that you have a blank space between outlets and slides. Maximum 3 outlets may be ganged together without additional support.

Dimensional drawings with specifications of the Oxequip outlet

NOTE: For CSA/ISO, suction inlets are not supplied with a secondary check valve. A pressure plug is provided for testing purposes, rated at 150 psi (1,034 kPa).


Product Weight: 0.866 kg [1.910 lbs]


This drawing is also available on the spec sheet.

Model Numbers:


O-FASC-OX-L-XXX​ ​  Standard Model (Front Latch Valve)

O-OXWAL-L-XXX ​     Standard Model (Wall Assembly)

For example: English NFPA, Oxygen = O-OXWAL-U-OXY​


O-FAMC-OX-L-XXX ​​ M.R.I. Model (Front Latch Valve)

O-OXWALM-L-XXX ​     M.R.I. Model (Wall Assembly)

For example: English NFPA (M.R.I.), Oxygen = O-OXWALM-U-OXY​


The ”L” defines the Language:

U = English (NFPA) Oxy, Air, Vac and WAG only

E = English (CSA/ISO)

F = French (CSA/ISO)


The ”XXX” defines the Gas:

Oxygen = OXY

Medical Air = AIR

Nitrous Oxide = N2O

Carbon Dioxide = CO2

MedVac1 = VAC

Waste Anesthetic Gas Disposal (NFPA) = WAG

Anesthetic Gas Scavenging System' (CSA) = AGS


' Please see note above


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