Medical ApplicationsPressure Sensors, Mass Flow Sensors & Oxygen Sensors

Servoflo offers a wide variety of pressure sensors & mass flow sensors designed for various medical applications. Our vast experience in the applications below allows us to serve the medical market with the most complete offering of sensors.


Medical Experience

Our vast experience with the largest medical equipment manufacturers gives us full understanding of the best sensors for various medical applications including but not limited to: Respiratory & Breath Detection, Non-invasive Blood Pressure, Oxygen Concentrators & Conservers, Infusion Pumps, Inflatable Mattresses & Cushions, Deep Vein Thrombosis



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Infusion Pumps

Medical professionals use infusion pumps to deliver vital fluids, such as nutrients, medication, or saline to a patient's body. These machines need accurate pressure sensors to maintain a controlled flow. The pressure sensors are used to monitor the pump's backpressure to ensure that the pump is working correctly.

sensors for infusions pumps

Wound Therapy Machines

Negative pressure wound therapy machines provide positive air pressure to a sealed wound to assist in healing. They are typically portable and the pressure cycles on & off at around 125 mm hg. Pressure sensors are used to maintain the pressure level as well as to alert the user if the pressure is too low or too high.

Wound Therapy Machiness


Pressure Sensors & Oxygen Sensors
for O2 Concentrators & Conservers

Due to their critical function of deliverying pure oxygen, these machines require highly accurate and consistent pressure sensors. There are two applications for pressure sensors. The first is breath detection, similar to respirator applications. The second is to monitor the pressure in the oxygen line, which typically runs between 30-40 psi.
We also offer oxygen sensors that monitor the oxygen percentages delivered to the patient.

Concentrators & Conservers

Inflatable Mattresses and Seat Cushions

Medical inflatable mattresses and seat cushions enhance blood circulation to prevent skin shearing and bed sores while providing support and comfort. Different varieties of these mattesses need pressure sensors, typically 3 psi and below, to prevent air loss or replenish lost air.

Inflatable Mattresses

Pressure Sensors For Deep Vein Thrombosis

Deep vein thrombosis, also referred to as DVT, occurs when a blood clot develops in a vein located deep within the body. Pneumatic compression devices can prevent DVT or facilitate treatment by promoting circulation and lymphatic drainage. Typical pressures run about 5 psi.

Deep Vein Thrombosis

Respirator and Breath Detection

Our pressure sensors and mass flow sensors for respirators, breath detection and CPAP machines generally monitor low pressure conditions. They come in a variety of gauge or differential models, digital or analog outputs, an a variety of supply voltages.

Respirator & Breath Detection