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AirSeal® iFS

Intelligent Flow System

AirSeal® is the ONLY insufflator backed by clinical data.

36 peer-reviewed studies across five specialties demonstrated that AirSeal®:

Maintains Stable Pneumoperitoneum1,2

Ensures Constant Smoke Evacuation

Improves Patient Outcomes3-12,14

Enhances Procedural Efficiency8,13-15

Improves Respiratory Metrics3-5,10

What Sets AirSeal® Apart

Pressure precision with AirSeal® enables you to perform surgery at low pressure with confidence, knowing you will maintain your working space. Unlike conventional high-flow insufflation, AirSeal® maintains a stable pneumoperitoneum even with large leaks and heavy suction.1,2

How AirSeal® Helps You Intraoperatively

AirSeal® provides uninterrupted visibility and clear operative fields through stable pneumoperitoneum and constant smoke evacuation, enabling you to operate efficiently at low pressure.1,2

How AirSeal® Works Differently

A proprietary cannula design creates a responsive gas barrier, ensuring CO2 flow and pressure consistency. This enables precision at low pressure without compromising surgical exposure.

Patients Benefit from Low Pressure

Shorter PACU Stays8,10

Lower 30-Day ER Readmission Rates7,16

Improved Ventilation Metrics3,4,10,16

Published data also shows that laparoscopic surgery with AirSeal® at low pressure, versus standard insufflation, improved postoperative pain scores.5-12

“After hundreds of cases and a significant amount of data collected in our research studies, I was confident that the AirSeal® System would become the new standard of care. I will not operate without it.”

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Jaime Landman, MD

Professor of Urology and Radiology Chairman, Department of Urology University of California

AirSeal®’s proprietary cannula design ensures uninterrupted CO2 flow and simultaneous smoke evacuation to create a responsive gas barrier that maintains a stable pneumoperitoneum. This is different from devices that attempt to deliver multiple functions through the same lumen.

  • Multiple lengths and sizes
  • Bladeless optical and blunt tip configurations
  • Only one required per procedure

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CONMED and Intuitive Surgical's collaboration brings you the AirSeal® Robotic Solution. This enables seamless integration with the da Vinci X and XI systems* - without the need for an assist port. LEARN MORE HERE.

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A 3-in-1 Solution to Accommodate Every OR

AirSeal Mode offers pressure precision, enhanced visualization and surgical exposure, smoke evacuation and filtration. For use with AirSeal® Access Ports or AirSeal® Robotic Solution.

Smoke Evacuation Mode offers insufflation and smoke evacuation and filtration. For use with two conventional trocars.

Standard Mode offers insufflation with the use of a conventional trocar.

“I can’t emphasize enough how much AirSeal® has helped both myself and my patients. I believe in AirSeal® because it improves my patients’ outcomes and maintains my surgical exposure… even in smokey cases and when I have a high BMI patient.”

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Eben Strobos, MD, FACS, FASCRS

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Documents and Specifications

Capital Unit

AirSeal iFS1 120V

Voltage 120V


iFS Connector for House (Central) Gas, Must be installed on the iFS DISS Fitting

Note USA/Domestic Use Only

iFS Connector for House (Central) Gas, Must be installed on the iFS NIST Fitting

Note International Use Only

iFS Connector for Bottle Gas, Must be installed on the iFS (37° flare fitting)

Note Required Connector for Bottled Gas Use
Note USA and International Use

AirSeal Cart for iFS, USA/Domestic Use

Note Cart with Bottle Rack, Holds Two “E” Size C02 Tanks

AirSeal® Cart for iFS with Switching Valve, USA/Domestic Use

Note Holds Two Two “E” Size C02 Tanks, and Switching Valve

Access Ports

5mm Access Port and Low Profile Obturator with Bladeless Optical Tip

CAT # IAS5-100LP
Length 100mm
Qty 6/Box

5mm Access Port and Low Profile Obturator with Bladeless Optical Tip

CAT # IAS5-120LP
Length 120mm
Qty 6/Box

5mm Smooth Access Port and Obturator with Blunt Tip

CAT # IASB5-150
Length 150mm
Note (for use with single site surgical platforms)
Qty 6/Box

8mm Access Port and Low Profile Obturator with Bladeless Optical Tip

CAT # IAS8-100LP
Length 100mm
Qty 6/Box

8mm Access Port and Low Profile Obturator with Bladeless Optical Tip

CAT # IAS8-120LP
Length 120mm
Qty 6/Box

12mm Access Port and Obturator with Blunt Tip

CAT # IASB12-100
Length 100mm
Qty 6/Box

12mm Access Port and Obturator with Blunt Tip

CAT # IASB12-120
Length 120mm
Qty 6/Box

12mm Access Port and Obturator (Bladeless Optical Tip, 150mm Length)

CAT# IAS12-150
Length 150mm
Qty 6/Box

12mm Access Port and Palm Grip Obturator with Bladeless Optical Tip

CAT # IAS12-100LPI
Length 100mm
Qty 6/Box

12mm Access Port and Palm Grip Obturator with Bladeless Optical Tip

CAT # IAS12-120LPI
Length 120mm
Qty 6/Box

Filtered Tubing Sets

Tri-Lumen Filtered Tube Set for use with AirSeal® iFS

Qty 6/box

AirSeal® Bifurcated Filtered Tube Set with Activated Charcoal Filter

Purchasing Unit of Measure 6/Box

Experience the Difference



1 Bucur P, Hofmann M, Menhadji A, et al. Comparison of Pneumoperitoneum Stability Between a Valveless Trocar System and Conventional Insufflation: A Prospective Randomized Trial. Urology. 2016;94:274280. doi:10.1016/j.urology.2016.04.022
2 Nepple KG, Kallogjeri D, Bhayani SB. Benchtop evaluation of pressure barrier insufflator and standard insufflator systems. SurgEndosc. 2013 Jan;27(1):333-8. doi: 10.1007/s00464-012-2434-x. Epub 2012 Jul 26. PMID: 22833262
3 Sroussi J, Elies A, Rigouzzo A, et al. Low pressure gynecological laparoscopy (7mmHg) with AirSeal® System versus a standard insufflation (15mmHg): A pilot study in 60 patients. J Gynecol Obstet Hum Reprod. 2017;46(2):155-158. doi:10.1016/j.jogoh.2016.09.003
4 Covotta M, Claroni C, Torregiani G, et al. A Prospective, Randomized, Clinical Trial on the Effects of a Valveless Trocar on Respiratory Mechanics During Robotic Radical Cystectomy: A Pilot Study. Anesth Analg. 2017;124(6):1794-1801. doi:10.1213/ANE.0000000000002027
5 Saway JP, McCaul M, Mulekar MS, McMahon DP, Richards WO. Review of Outcomes of Low Verses Standard Pressure Pneumoperitoneum in Laparoscopic Surgery. Am Surg. 2022;88(8):1832-1837. doi:10.1177/00031348221084956
6 Celarier S, Monziols S, Célérier B, et al. Low-pressure versus standard pressure laparoscopic colorectal surgery (PAROS trial): a phase III randomized controlled trial. Br J Surg. 2021;108(8):998-1005. doi:10.1093/bjs/znab069
7 Ferroni MC, Abaza R. Feasibility of robot-assisted prostatectomy performed at ultra-low pneumoperitoneum pressure of 6 mmHg and comparison of clinical outcomes vs standard pressure of 15 mmHg. BJU Int. 2019 Aug;124(2):308-313. doi: 10.1111/bju.14682. Epub 2019 Feb 7. PMID: 30653808
8 Ramshaw B, Forman B, Heidel E, Dean J, Gamenthaler A, Fabian M. A Clinical Quality Improvement (CQI) Project to Improve Pain After Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair. Surg Technol Int. 2016;29:125-130
9 Ramshaw B, Vetrano V, Jagadish M, Forman B, Heidel E, Mancini M. Laparoscopic approach for the treatment of chronic groin pain after inguinal hernia repair : Laparoscopic approach for inguinodynia. Surg Endosc. 2017;31(12):5267-5274. doi:10.1007/s00464-017-5600-3
10 Foley CE, Ryan E, Huang JQ. Less is more: clinical impact of decreasing pneumoperitoneum pressures during robotic surgery. J Robot Surg. 2021;15(2):299-307. doi:10.1007/s11701-020-01104-4
11 Abaza R, Martinez O, Ferroni MC, Bsatee A, Gerhard RS. Same Day Discharge after Robotic Radical Prostatectomy. J Urol. 2019;202(5):959-963. doi:10.1097/JU.0000000000000353
12 Buda A, Di Martino G, Borghese M, et al. Low-Pressure Laparoscopy Using the AirSeal System versus Standard Insufflation in Early-Stage Endometrial Cancer: A Multicenter, Retrospective Study (ARIEL Study). Healthcare (Basel). 2022;10(3):531. Published 2022 Mar 14. doi:10.3390/healthcare10030531
13 Annino, F., Topazio, L., Autieri, D., Verdacchi, T., De Angelis, M., & Asimakopoulos, A. D. (2017). Robotic partial nephrectomy performed with Airseal versus a standard CO2 pressure pneumoperitoneum insufflator: a prospective comparative study. Surgical endoscopy, 31(4), 1583–1590. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00464-016-5144-y
14 Shahait, M., Cockrell, R., Yezdani, M., Yu, S. J., Lee, A., McWilliams, K., & Lee, D. I. (2019). Improved Outcomes Utilizing a Valveless-Trocar System during Robot-assisted Radical Prostatectomy (RARP). JSLS: Journal of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, 23(1), e2018.00085. https://doi.org/10.4293/JSLS.2018.00085
15 Paull JO, Parsacandola SA, Graham A, Hota S, Pudalov N, Obias V. The impact of the AirSeal® valve-less trocar system in robotic colorectal surgery: a single-surgeon retrospective review. J Robot Surg. 2021;15(1):87-92. doi:10.1007/s11701-020-01071-w
16 Desroches B, Porter J, Bhayani S, Figenshau R, Liu PY, Stifelman M. Comparison of the Safety and Efficacy of Valveless and Standard Insufflation During Robotic Partial Nephrectomy: A Prospective, Randomized, Multi-institutional Trial. Urology. 2021 Jul;153:185-191. doi: 10.1016/j.urology.2021.01.047. Epub 2021 Feb 10. PMID: 33577899.