Oxygen Concentrators - Oxygen Cylinders - Concentrator
Oxygen Therapy Support for Home and Travel Concentrators & Equipment
Vital to a healthy body, yet expensive and dangerous to keep in a
stockpile at your home. We understand your love hate
relationship with oxygen therapy. So we offer
you home and travel solutions that bring you freedom and safety
first. These oxygen concentrator systems give you the tools to
be self sufficient.
- No more planning and waiting for your oxygen supplier.
- No more trucks hauling tanks in and out of your home.
- No more people intruding your space with oxygen refills.
You are an intelligent, capable person, and we provide more than
oxygen concentrators... we help you find the best
system to give your life freedom and safety.
Your doctor may have prescribed the
basic necessities to keep you breathing. But here you can...
Find what your doctor didn't tell you that can make your life feel like you're really
Read about iFill Oxygen Therapy...
Oxygen | Accessories | Refurbished Concentrator |
Are you afraid of making your home
an explosive oxygen storage facility?
Take a look at home oxygen concentrators, the safe and
easy alternative. A home oxygen
concentrator gives you safety and freedom from oxygen
supply delivery and big tanks. Even fill your own
shoulder bag tank.
Go where you want, when you feel like it.
Portable oxygen concentrator solutions give you
everything you need to be self sufficient with your own
oxygen. Don't worry about coordinating trips with
your provider. Portable oxygen concentrators, home
filling stations, various oxygen tanks and inconspicuous travel packs give you
the tools to take off on your own accord.
preventative maintenance saves tons of money in repair
costs down the line. You'll find all the parts and
accessories here that keep your oxygen concentrator
running. There is service equipment like the
oxygen analyzer, various testing tools and gauges.
Things like nose cannula, concentrator humidifier
bottles, oxygen tubing, and filters often need
replacing. You can even find the hard to find
upgrade items like the handles, backpack straps, oxygen
regulators, and cylinder carts.
Find out what to know before you buy a refurbished
or used oxygen concentrator. Buying pre-owned medical
equipment can be a risky way to save a few bucks.
What you don't know can't hurt you?... Oh no, you're
smarter than that. Oxygen concentrators need
specific maintenance over time. Receiving faulty
dosage or using an improperly maintained machine can be
problematic or fatal. Beware used concentrator
salesmen, we give you the tools to be an informed buyer.
Oxygen cylinders are not the big heavy Sherman tanks
that they used to be. Review our variety of
oxygen tanks. Thrifty
devices and fashionable
cylinder bags make carrying your
oxygen easier than ever. Plus, change your
lifestyle to independent with the power to fill your own
oxygen cylinders! Safe and durable as an oxygen
concentrator, the new
iFill Home Filling Station gives
you oxygen on tap!
Are you looking for help? Start with the
basics. We give you links to general
oxygen therapy information. Or, learn about
technology. It's not magic, merely a form of air
filtration. Also, conquer your fears. There
are thousands of people all around you with the same
problems. Find out from them how you can get
through your situation. You'll make valuable
friends at these
support group websites.
At the bottom of the page we feature a library of
oxygen therapy product literature.
Importance of Oxygen Concentrators...
Oxygen is one of the
most basic elements we have. In many illnesses; such as, acute
respiratory infections, asthma, fetal asphyxia, and shock, the
availability of an oxygen supply can save a patient's life. Many
small or remote hospitals have difficulty obtaining a reliable
oxygen supply because of storage and cost factors. Oxygen supplies
in cylinder form require a reliable system for supply and
transportation. In many countries these cylinders have to be
purchased rather than rented, and losses in transit may be
considerable. The cost of oxygen itself is considerable - it is
pretty expensive to manufacture because of the high energy costs of
the processes used to make it. An additional cost premium is usually
levied on "Medical" oxygen, although it is generally
indistinguishable from the industrial grade. Further still, many
medical offices do not have the storage for these large, bulky
containers. This creates another problem.
separation of gases from a mixture at room temperature
is the underlying principle of an
oxygen concentrator. This low energy method has
been developed in recent years to allow separation of
oxygen from air, and has been applied to all scales of
size from an incubator to a complete steelworks. The
largest application of
in medicine has been in the provision of portable
machines for the provision of long term home oxygen
therapy to patients with chronic lung disease. The main
reason for this development was the huge amount of cost
savings oxygen concentrators led to. The purchase price
of a concentrator is about half the cost of a year's
supply of oxygen from cylinders. Servicing is not
complicated and can if necessary be carried out by the
If you have
any questions, call us, we'll be glad to help!