Portable Oxygen Concentrators.com
PortableOxygenConcentrators.com is one of the leading oxygen concentrator retailers and has been providing customers with the highest level of service for over 10 years. Our brand selection of home and portable oxygen concentrators is of the highest quality and we have an in house Respiratory Therapist, along with our sales staff who are fully trained on each concentrator and are always happy to answer any questions you may have.
With our Better Business Bureau accreditation and A+ rating, you can be confident in your purchase, and trust that we will do everything we can to make your buying experience with us a positive one. With our warranties, selection and competitive, hard to beat prices it won't be difficult make a decision in where to purchase what you need for your prescription oxygen therapy.
We offer the lowest guaranteed prices in the industry. You might be wondering why our prices aren't readily available for viewing on the website – this is because our store prices are so low, our suppliers will not allow us to publish them on the internet. Our Customer Care agents will gladly giving you pricing information over the phone, and answer any billing questions you may have. Give us a call on our toll free number, , between the hours of 7 AM and 9 PM daily. Our Customer Care agents are dedicated to helping our customers find the best solutions for them. Please visit our new site at Oxygen Concentrator Store.com
Respironics SimplyGoThe Respironics SimplyGo is one of the most advanced portable concentrators out today that offers pulse and continuous flow. It combines the most recent, rugged lightweight construction to offer one of the most powerful concentrators produced. It is ideal for the active user that doesn’t want to be limited by their need for oxygen. The compact and design makes it weigh less than 10 pounds and allows it to be taken into the roughest terrains. READ MORE on the Respironics SimplyGo -->
Inogen One G3The Inogen One G3 is portable concentrator that is ideal for daytime and nighttime use. It is one of the lightest and smallest concentrators available today and it features many improvements on its predecessor the Inogen G2. It is small and light enough that you can carry it with one hand like a hand bag.READ MORE on the Inogen G3 -->
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For our patients who have sleep apnea, now offer high quality CPAP and BiPAP machines. Our machines used for Sleep Therapy come from DeVilbiss, Respirionics and ResMed, which are names in the industry that you can trust. These products are top rated and reliable as well as affordable. You know you are getting the quality of a top brand, along with our unbeatable prices. You can sleep easy and comfortably with the help of your CPAP or BiPAP machine, our high quality accessories, and the knowledge that you've made a great selection.
As an authorized reseller, we have the pleasure of providing you with some of the best brands of portable and home oxygen concentrators on the market. We carry home and portable oxygen concentrators from DeVilbiss, Inogen, Invacare, Lifechoice, Oxus, Respirionics and SeQual. We've chosen these brands because of their proven durability and overall high quality that we want to pass on to our customers. Our pricing will always remain fair and accessible to anyone who needs these machines.
We also have a wide variety of oxygen concentrators that you can rent, with an array of brands and a range of prices to suit any budget. For example, if you plan on traveling and want to have the ease and comfort of a portable oxygen concentrator, you can rent one that is approved for airline travel. We service and repair most concentrators, and have a large inventory of lightly used oxygen concentrators.
How do Portable Oxygen Concentrators work?
A Portable Concentrator uses the air around us, normally a mixture of 80 percent nitrogen and 20 percent oxygen. The concentrator divides the nitrogen and oxygen by using zeolite to take in the nitrogen from the air. The compressor increases the air pressure to around 20 pounds per square inch. The air is then introduced to the cylinders that have the zeolite where the nitrogen is absorbed leaving the oxygen available for use.
After 20 seconds the compressed air is sent to the second cylinder where the steps are repeated so the output of oxygen continues with interruption. When the pressure in the second cylinder is at 20 PSI; the pressure of the first cylinder is reduced to Zero PSI. This process allows the nitrogen to be discharged from the zeolite and be released into the atmosphere. The zeolite then is regenerated for the next cycle. This process of alternating the pressure in-between the two cylinders allows for a constant supply of oxygen always being produced. Portable Concentrators have a output of up to 5 LPM and with a oxygen concentration from 90% to 95%.
How do Pulse Dose Concentrators work?When you inhale, your diaphragm goes down and that results in a drop in pressure in your lungs. Air will flow into your mouth and nose to balance the pressure. The pressure is present at the mouth and nose during inhalation. The pressure then ventures through the cannula to a sensor that contains a conserving device. A circuit will then open a value to send the accurate amount of oxygen to the user. Once the value is shut, the sensor is ready for the next breath.
How to Select the Right Portable ConcentratorPortable Oxygen Concentrators are an all-in-one solution to mobile and home oxygen needs, portable concentrators have drawn the attention of long-term oxygen therapy (LTOT), respiratory therapists, home care providers, and respiratory product manufacturers who work with users needing oxygen. While the technology of portable concentrators is not to a point where the portable concentrator can truly be used as the only product a person on oxygen needs for therapy, we are now headed in that direction.
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