• wound vac pump
  • wound vac pump
  • wound dressing pads
  • wound dressing
  • wound vac pump
  • wound vac pump
  • wound dressing pads
  • wound dressing

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy, Model NP-800

Negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT), in wound healing with a wound vac pump, is a therapeutic technique using a suction pump, tubing, and a dressing to remove excessive exudate and promote healing in acute and chronic wounds. The Negative Pressure Wound Vac Therapy Device is Intended to provide vacuum-assisted drainage and controlled delivery of topical wound treatment solutions and suspensions over the wound bed.

A wound vac pump is indicated for patients with chronic, acute, traumatic, subacute, and dehisced wounds, partial-thickness burns, ulcers (such as diabetes, pressure, and venous insufficiency), flaps, and grafts.

Operation Procedure

A negative pressure wound therapy device consists of a wound vac pump, canister, pipeline, ports, and electric cabinet.

Before applying the system, ensure the wound is debrided or handled well.

  1. Apply foams & films;
  2. Connect tubings;
  3. Set parameters and start the therapy;
Negative Pressure Wound Therapy with NPWT Systems

The wound vac pump is intended to create an environment that promotes wound healing by secondary or tertiary (delayed primary) intention by preparing the wound bed for closure, reducing edema, promoting granulation tissue formation and perfusion, and removing exudate and infectious material, in combination with the specified dressing kit, manufactured LIFOLINKER

Power Supply AC 100V-240V, 50/60Hz
Input power ≤120VA, Input voltage AC 15V
Battery Rechargeable lithium-ion battery: 5200mAh, 11.2V
Therapy Modes 6 Modes
Canister 500ml(default)/1000ml
Negative Pressure Range 0~-500mmHg

Cleaning Drainage Modes

NPWT with Instillation function

The intermediate and suction tubing linked to the Negative Pressure wound vac pump is a part of the specified dressing kit, manufactured by LIFOLINKER.

Three different modes (Mode D, Mode E, and Mode F)


  • Introducing liquid-foam medication into the therapy;
  • Relief pains while changing dressings;
  • etc
Different Therapy Modes of NPWT

Negative Pressure Drainage Modes

Three different modes, including Continuous (Mode A), Intermittent (Mode B), and Dynamic (Mode C).

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy  NP-800

Wound vacuum pump application:

Orthopedics Dept.; Emergency Dept.; Plastic Surgery; Traumatology Dept.; General Surgery; Vascular Surgery; Burns Surgery; Endocrinology Dept..


Power Supply AC 100V-240V, 50/60Hz
Input power ≤120VA, Input voltage AC 15V
Battery Rechargeable lithium-ion battery: 5200mAh, 11.2V
Therapy Modes Cleaning Drainage Modes (MODE D, E, F)

Negative Pressure Drainage Modes (Continuous, Intermittent, Dynamic)

Screen 7” color touch screen
Canister 500ml(default)/1000ml
Negative Pressure Range 0~-500mmHg
Drainage Intensity Low, Medium, High
Noise <55dB(A)
Cycle lifes of the main unit 3000h
Protections Overflow protection; Lock screen (auto); High pressure alarm; Low pressure alarm; Canister full alarm; Low battery alarm; Tubing blockage alarm

Benefits of NPWT

Benefits for Patients Benefits for Doctors/Hospitals
Faster wound healing (cell proliferation);
Reduce the frequency of changing dressings;
Lesser pains;
Lesser Infection;
Help avoid complications such as amputation, pressure sore, etc;
Better function recovery;
Provide advanced treatment options;
Improve the efficiency of doctors;
Harmony between doctors and patients;

Operation Procedure

What does NPWT stand for?

NPWT, stands for Negative Pressure Wound Therapy, referring to wound dressing systems that continuously or intermittently apply negative pressure to the surface of a wound. NPWT has become a popular treatment modality for the management of many acute and chronic wounds.

Can I operate the device by myself?

Only doctors or trained nurses are recommended to operate the products or change dressings.

What certificates do you have for the device?

We have obtained the CE certificate, Chinese Free Sales certificate, ISO13485 certificate, and so on, for the device.

Can you provide a related documentary if registration is required?

We understand that different countries have different regulations for importing medical devices. So yes, we could provide the required documents to our customers. Please contact our team for details.

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