The Fluido blood and fluid warmer is based on infra red technology. It offers safety, speed and control.

The Fluido warms to the desired temperature in only 30 seconds and is suitable for all applications, from standard anaesthesis to high flow trauma.

What you set is what you get
The control thermometer of the Fluido continually shows whether the temperature at the end of the giving set is the same as the set temperature. What you set is what you get.*

* Please read the Fluido manual for specifications

Fluido Blood and Fluid warmer  
Article number 651230
Voltage  220 - 240 VAC
Frequency 50 Hz
Current 6:00 AM
Max. Power 1400 W
Dimensions 387 mm x 215 mm x 255 mm
Weight  ± 9.5 kg
Set temperature  30 – 39°C (End of line)
Set temperature stepwise  1°C 
Classification (MDD 93/42/EEC) Class IIb
Classification (IEC 60601-1) Class I, Cardiac Floating (CF)
Classification (IEC 60529) IPX1

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For the general The 37Company warranty statement please refer to the document below.

Please note: The 37Company offers you extended warranty on new equipment, additional on the 2-Year Limited Warranty Terms. For more information please contact your local distributor.

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By using the Fluido AirGuard System, blood and fluid warmer with...

M. Sand Flindt, M.D. Anaesthetic nurse, Dep. of Anaesthesiology, Righospitalet, Denmark, 2009

Due to the abandonment of a gas permeable membrane for air eliminations...

N. Zoremba, et al., 2011

The Fluido proofs to be capable of reaching the target temperature...

B. van Beek, CRNA, Anaesthesia Dep. Koningin Beatrix Hospital, The Netherlands, 2009

The Fluido warmed the fluid closest to body temperature and enabled the highest flow...

M. Turner, et al., Comparison of four different fluid warming systems, 2005

Hypothermia can be prevented in a patient undergoing major surgery, losing an...

B. van Beek, CRNA, Anaesthesia Dep. Koningin Beatrix Hospital, The Netherlands

The use of ultrasonic air detection coupled with an automatic...

N. Zoremba, et al., Air elimination capability in rapid infusion systems, 2012

This warming system is really easy to use...

J.B. Cazalaà, Anaesthetist, Necker Hospital, Paris, France