Oxygen Concentrator

An oxygen concentrator is a device that concentrates the oxygen from a gas supply by selectively removing nitrogen to supply an oxygen-enriched product gas stream. Two methods in common use are pressure swing adsorption and membrane gas separation.

Oxygen Concentrator
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10 LPM Oxygen Concentrator

Microtek  OXYFLOW  is  an  oxygen  concentrator, a  type  of  medical  device  used  for  delivering  oxygen  to individuals with breathing-related disorders. Individuals whose oxygen concentration in their blood is lower than normal often require an oxygen concentrator to supplement the same.

>5 LPM Oxygen Concentrator

5 LPM Oxygen Concentrator

Microtek  OXYFLOW  is  an  oxygen  concentrator, a  type  of  medical  device  used  for  delivering  oxygen  to individuals with breathing-related disorders. Individuals whose oxygen concentration in their blood is lower than normal often require an oxygen concentrator to supplement the same.

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5L Oxygen Concentrator

Microtek  OXYFLOW 5L  is  an  oxygen  concentrator, a  type  of  medical  device  used  for  delivering  oxygen  to individuals with breathing-related disorders. Individuals whose oxygen concentration in their blood is lower than normal often require an oxygen concentrator to supplement the same.

It is  designed by keeping maintenance cost in mind and consists of just two filters. The external filters can be changed on few minutes without any special skill and the internal micro filter is simply checked during routine maintenance procedures.


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Frequently Asked Questions

The latest home oxygen concentrators differ in pricing. Usually, the oxygen concentrator price range between $595 and $2000 based on batteries and other included accessories. Customers can decide to buy an oxygen concentrator which is a used home oxygen concentrator with costs ranging from $395 to $1500. This price range depends on the condition of the unit, hours of operation, and warranty. It is better to buy a secondhand oxygen therapy unit or buy supplies from a trustworthy seller. Also, you can opt to rent an oxygen concentrator that may cost low because rental of oxygen equipment is included by Medicare.

An oxygen concentrator functions on electricity. It accepts the room air, discards Nitrogen from it, and finally offers up to 95% pure oxygen. The air is compressed whereas the cooling system protects the concentrator from overheating. Not only nitrogen but other impurities from the air are removed through sieve beds and filters. Delivery settings are adjusted through an electronic interface. The user obtains pure oxygen through a nasal cannula or mask. Some other components include 2 molecular sieve switch valves and flow meter (measured in LPM).

It is vital to know the oxygen concentrator price in India based on the capacity. The price of 10 a liter oxygen concentrator is approx. $1500. This unit equips patients with the capability to adjust oxygen delivery rates reaching up to 10 liters per minute. An oxygen purity indicator light is included. Many of the portable oxygen concentrators’ price range from $2,000 to $6,000. This price depends on factors like features provided, brand value, and weight of the concentrator. Generally, the price of 10-liter oxygen concentrators in India range from INR 30,000 to 70,000.

To know whether it is worth buying an oxygen concentrator, you need to look at its buying guide. You can go for an oxygen concentrator buy online to save time and benefit from discounts if available. The cost of an oxygen concentrator is worthwhile considering its ability to work as a life-saving device in the home. Especially those patients who can’t get sufficient oxygen from air, an oxygen concentrator offers efficient oxygen supply. Such devices can filter, treat and finally compress indoor air to deliver pure, oxygenated air.

When selecting an oxygen concentrator, some key parameters to consider are physical activity, noise, portability, and oxygen concentration. One of the significant factors to consider is circulating load. It denotes the rate at which oxygen is provided to the patient. Another vital consideration is overall size of the concentrator in regards of cell count. An oxygen concentrator for a home differs in portability and size. Some of them can weigh between 2-4 kg that facilitates ease of transportation. It is also vital to consider the total consumption of a home oxygen concentrator (measured in liters).

Firstly, you need to position the oxygen concentrator at least 1 to 2 feet far from the wall and other furniture items. The reason is the device requires adequate space to efficiently circulate air. If prescribed, you can connect the humidification bottle. The same is needed in case the oxygen flow rate is more than 2-3 liters/minute. Make sure to connect the oxygen tubing to an adapter or the humidification bottle. An inlet filter is available to clean the air. Therefore, make sure the filter is installed before using the concentrator. Keep in mind to turn on the unit at least 15-20 minutes before its operation.

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