Cardinal Health 65651-100 Guardian Direct to Regulator 36 Eaches P

Cardinal Health 65651-100 Guardian Direct to Regulator 36 Eaches P


The Guardian Suction Canister System features single-use disposable hard locking lid attachments. Special brackets and stands are available for convenient mounting configurations and mobility. Designed for safety, economy and convenience, Guardian Suction Canister Systems are available in a variety of sizes to meet all of your suction and fluid collection needs

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Direct-to-Regulator Canister:

Our direct-to-regulator canister system eliminates the need for a ring bracket and additional tubing. It mounts directly to the regulator; raised ribs on the connection help make attachment easy.

Direct-to-Regulator Canister Features:

  • Rigid blue lids with an automatic shutoff valve to help prevent cross contamination of regulators and wall vacuum outlets.
  • Its 90 adapters allow tubing to connect at right angles to help prevent kinking and impeded fluid flow.
  • The locking lid encourages the proper disposal of infectious liquid medical waste and enhances worker safety.
  • Lid includes accessory and orthopedic ports.
  • Disposable hard canister with rigid blue lid mounts directly to regulator without the need for a ring bracket or additional tubing.
  • This disposable hard canister system requires no liner.
  • 1200cc capacity.
  • Male diameter index safety system (DISS) available separately.
  • 36 canister systems per case.

Direct-to-Regulator Canister Advantages:

  • Classic design.
  • Fits on inside another for easy storage.
  • Minimal hardware.
  • Audible locking lid.
  • Automatic shut-off valve.
  • Bacterial filter.


  • Brand: Cardinal Health
  • Part Number: 65651-100

Additional Information

Dimensions 17.85 × 13.2 × 18.75 in

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