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Features of o2 concentrators

Many of the units have plugs, so you can simply plug them right into the wall. However, other units also have batteries. These batteries need to be charged first by plugging them into an outlet though. The concentrators contain compressors, sieve bed filters, and circuit boards. Both stationary and portable models are available. The devices feature a simple to use electronic interface, so that you can make adjustments to the machine as needed.

How o2 concentrators work

02 concentrator rentalThe oxygen concentrator will take in oxygen from the surrounding room and then compress the air. There is a cooling mechanism inside of the device, which ensures that it will not overheat. The machine then removes the nitrogen from the air tanks to the filter and the sieve beds. It can then deliver the purified oxygen through a mask or nasal connection. This works very simply, but it can be extremely effective for those patients who are in need of additional oxygen, and it is more convenient than a tank.

About o2 concentrators

An oxygen concentrator is machine that helps to increase the percentage of O2 in the air. It does this by removing some of the nitrogen, and many people may find that they need to use one of these devices if they have a condition that causes their blood to have low levels of oxygen. It is important to realize that there is a big difference between an oxygen concentrator and compressed oxygen and O2 tanks. The tanks have a set amount of O2 that they are able to provide, while the concentrator actually filters the air to deliver more O2.

O2 Concentrator Applications

A device that concentrates oxygen flow.
  • Ambulatory
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Emphysema
  • Respiratory Diseases
  • Oxygen Therapy
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

O2 Concentrator Manufacturers

  • Heyer
  • Invacare
  • DeVilbiss
  • GCE
  • Inogen
  • Inspiracare
  • Life Plus Medical
  • MIM Medical

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