Home Oxygen Concentrator Comparison Chart
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Which home oxygen concentrator should you buy?
A: We recommend any of the portable oxygen concentrators we have compared on this page, including the Inogen At Home Concentrator, Philips Respironics Everflo Q with OPI, DeVilbiss Compact 525, Philips Respironics Millennium 10, or the DeVilbiss 10 Liter. Contact our customer care team to decide on the make and model best suited to your specific needs.
Q: Are stationary oxygen concentrators and home oxygen concentrators different?
A: The difference between portable oxygen concentrators and stationary or home oxygen concentrators are obviously in size and weight, but also may include oxygen output, battery power options and price.
Q: How much does a stationary oxygen concentrator cost?
A: Prices of stationary at home oxygen concentrators can range from around $600 to $2000 depending on make, model and accessories.
Q: What is LPM?
A: This is an abbreviation for liters-per-minute (LPM) of oxygen delivered. Your concentrator can ramp up the LPM at different speeds.
Q: What is the best LPM for me?
A: Your prescription will indicate an oxygen flow rate such as 2 LPM , which means you require 2 liters of oxygen every 1 minute. Oxygen prescriptions generally require 1 LPM to 10 LPM. All major brands support these LPM rates.