Home Oxygen Concentrators

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  1. Inogen At Home Stationary Oxygen Concentrator
    Inogen At Home Stationary Oxygen Concentrator
    Starting at
    $1,703.00 Regular Price $1,995.00
    • Warranty3 Year Warranty
    • Rx Required
      Rx Required
    • Continuous Flow
      Continuous Flow
    • Flow rates: Up to 5 liters per minute
    • Noise Level: Quiet —on average, 40 dBA
    • Operates at elevation up to 8000 feet
    • The lightest home concentrator, weighing just 18 pounds!

     

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  2. Drive Devilbiss 5 Liter Oxygen Concentrator | 525DS
    Drive Devilbiss 5 Liter Oxygen Concentrator | 525DS
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    100% of 100
    Starting at
    $739.00 Regular Price $849.00
    • Warranty3 Year Warranty
    • Made in USA
      Made in USA
    • Rx Required
      Rx Required
    • Continuous Flow
      Continuous Flow
    • Continuous-flow up to 5 LPM
    • Usable up to 13,000+ feet
    • Quiet operation
    • Get expert support
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  3. Caire Companion 5 Stationary Oxygen Concentrator
    Caire Companion 5 Stationary Oxygen Concentrator
    Starting at
    $995.00
    • Warranty3 Year Warranty
    • Rx Required
      Rx Required
    • Continuous Flow
      Continuous Flow
    • Up to 5 LPM continuous flow
    • Weighs only 36lbs
    • User-friendly control panel
    • Get support from knowledgeable experts
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  4. Philips Respironics Everflo Oxygen Concentrator with OPI
    Philips Respironics Everflo Oxygen Concentrator with OPI
    Starting at
    $1,395.00 Regular Price $2,045.00
    • Warranty3 Year Warranty
    • Rx Required
      Rx Required
    • Continuous Flow
      Continuous Flow
    • Lightweight—only 31 lbs!
    • Compact
    • Quiet
    • Energy-efficient for cost savings!
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  5. Drive DeVilbiss 10 Liter Oxygen Concentrator
    Drive DeVilbiss 10 Liter Oxygen Concentrator
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    73% of 100
    Starting at
    $1,399.00 Regular Price $1,650.00
    Out of stock
    • Warranty3 Year Warranty
    • Rx Required
      Rx Required
    • Continuous Flow
      Continuous Flow
    • Maximum flow rate: 10 LPM 
    • Weight: 42 lbs
    • Oxygen purity level: Up to 96%
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  6. Drive DeVilbiss 10 Liter All-In Oxygen Concentrator
    Drive DeVilbiss 10 Liter All-In Oxygen Concentrator
    Starting at
    $1,463.97 Regular Price $1,741.97
    Out of stock
    • Warranty3 Year Warranty
    • Rx Required
      Rx Required
    • Continuous Flow
      Continuous Flow
    • Maximum flow rate: 10 LPM
    • Weight: 42 lbs
    • Oxygen purity level: Up to 96%
    • In The Box - DeVilbiss 10 Liter Home Concentrator, Extended Life Bacteria Filter With Muffler, Roscoe Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, Drive 15 LPM Oxygen Concentrator Humidifier Bottle.
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  7. CAIRE AirSep NewLife Intensity 10L Oxygen Concentrator
    CAIRE AirSep NewLife Intensity 10L Oxygen Concentrator
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    Starting at
    $2,095.00
    Out of stock
    • Warranty3 Year Warranty
    • Rx Required
      Rx Required
    • Continuous Flow
      Continuous Flow
    • Durable continuous flow stationary concentrator delivering up to 10 LPM
    • Smooth, quiet operation 
    • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
    • Enables easy use of standard accessories
    Learn More about CAIRE AirSep NewLife Intensity 10L Oxygen Concentrator
  8. Respironics Millennium M10 Oxygen Concentrator - 10 Liter with OPI
    Respironics Millennium M10 Oxygen Concentrator - 10 Liter with OPI
    Discontinued
    • 1yr Warranty1 Year Warranty
    • Made in USA
      Made in USA
    • Rx Required
      Rx Required
    • Continuous Flow
      Continuous Flow
    • High flow device, delivering up to 10 LPM
    • Oxygen purity indicator
    • Minimal replacement parts and built-in casters for easy transport
    • Easy-to-use control panel with LED indicators and audible alarms
    • Get expert support
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Home Oxygen Concentrators - Frequently Asked Questions

What Is A Home Oxygen Concentrator?

Home oxygen concentrators are for stationary oxygen treatment at home and need electricity from a wall socket. Oxygen from ambient air is filtered by these devices and supplemental oxygen is provided to the patient. They provide a quiet, reliable supply of medical-grade oxygen for patients suffering from COPD or other chronic lung disorders in their homes. If you have been told to start your oxygen therapy, then a home oxygen concentrator may be right for you. The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop has many models available for sale. Click here and continue to read more about home oxygen concentrators

How to Choose a Home Oxygen Concentrator

Depending on the condition being treated, a range of oxygen flow rates can be prescribed. A prescription can be up to 10 LPM (liters per minute). In other cases, a lower flow of oxygen may be adequate. How much oxygen you require will be indicated on your doctor's prescription.

Most of the stationary home oxygen concentrators we carry come equipped with wheels, allowing patients to move the oxygen concentrator easily from one room to another.

With so many home oxygen concentrator brands and models available, it’s best to start the buying process for a home oxygen concentrator by making sure that your needs are fulfilled by the concentrator. For more information on the best oxygen concentrator of 2022, click here.

How Does An Oxygen Concentrator Work?

An oxygen concentrator takes in regular air and purifies it to 90-95% oxygen. To do this, the concentrator uses a compressor that moves air into sieve bed filters to remove the nitrogen. It then distributes the purified oxygen through hoses inserted into the nostrils. The nitrogen is later released back into the air. Learn more in this blog post

How To Use Quick and Simple Home Oxygen Concentrators?

An easy-to-use home oxygen concentrator is what you need. Look for designs that have an uncomplicated control panel. Energy use and silent operation are also crucial features when operating at home.  Here are some tips from a respiratory therapist on choosing the best home oxygen concentrator:

  • Oxygen Flow Rate: Your liter flow will be determined by your prescription, which is an important consideration when choosing the best equipment for you.
  • How Much Does it Weigh: While weight is significant, keep in mind that the majority of oxygen home concentrators have wheels.
  • Noise Level: Most of our models operate at a noise level between 40 and 69 dba.
  • Power: The majority of our products need between 275 and 639w of power.
  • Home Altitude: Make sure your oxygen concentrator will function effectively where you reside by checking the altitude.

What Is the Process Used By an Oxygen Concentrator For Home?

Unlike an oxygen tank, a home oxygen concentrator does not need a source of oxygen because they it purifiesy oxygen from the surrounding air. The patient is then provided this oxygen via a nasal cannula or mask.

Who Needs Home Oxygen Concentrators?

Home oxygen concentrators may be recommended by doctors for a number of acute and chronic conditions, such as asthma and COPD. Oxygen treatment is frequently recommended when the blood's oxygen level is too low.

What Is The Difference Between Pulse Flow And Continuous Flow?

Oxygen treatment can be delivered in either pulse flow or continuous flow. Continuous flow is prescribed to patients who need oxygen at all times, as this type will deliver oxygen all day and night, even as you sleep. Pulse flow delivers oxygen only when a person inhales, and is ideal for treating respiratory conditions that do not require a high LPM (liters of oxygen delivered per minute). Learn more in this blog post

Are Oxygen Concentrators Noisy?

Oxygen concentrators, on average, have a 45 dBa which is equivalent to what you would hear if two people were having a calm conversation near you in a room. Some oxygen concentrators are quieter than others due to different features, but they generally all do emit some noise. 

Do You Need A Humidifier With An Oxygen Concentrator?

While a humidifier is not required for use with an oxygen concentrator, it can definitely help with some of the side effects of dryness and sore throat. Adding humidity to therapy adds moisture to the air, resulting in more comfortable treatment. 

Do Home Oxygen Concentrators Use a Lot of Electricity?

Most oxygen concentrators use roughly the same amount of electricity as a refrigerator. The average annual cost of running your oxygen concentrator is around $400 per year, but can vary based on your unique settings, which device you have, and more.

Can Oxygen Concentrators Run On Inverters?

While oxygen concentrators can run on inverters, you have to make sure the inverter is compatible with the oxygen concentrator you have. 

Are There Any Portable Home Oxygen Concentrators?

There are no portable home oxygen concentrators, but if the patient does not require a large oxygen delivery capacity, practically every portable oxygen concentrator may be utilized as a home oxygen concentrator. The majority of portable oxygen concentrators can give up to 5L of oxygen at once. Additionally, compared to an oxygen concentrator for home usage, portable oxygen concentrators may run on power and batteries, giving the user more freedom of movement. Click here to find a portable oxygen concentrator that can also be used at home.

Does Insurance Cover Portable Oxygen Concentrators?

The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop is an out of pocket retailer. This means we do not accept insurance. However, you are able to independently reach out to your provider to see if they will reimburse you.

How Much Oxygen Do I Need?

To effectively treat your respiratory issues, your doctor will prescribe an oxygen flow rate that is often up to 10 LPM (liters per minute).

What Size Home Oxygen Concentrator Should I Get?

Consider a more compact home oxygen concentrator if your home has limited room and you've confirmed that the concentrator will meet your prescription needs. These models are more compact and weigh as little as 18 lbs. Manufacturers will occasionally include casters for easy movement so that customers can move the oxygen concentrator around their homes rapidly on their own.

Can I Connect My Home Oxygen Concentrator To A CPAP or BiLevel PAP Machine?

Yes, you can connect your Oxygen Concentrator to your CPAP or BiLevel PAP machine if you need sleep apnea therapy and oxygen therapy simultaneously.

At The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop, we are proud to carry the most advanced, energy-efficient and quietest oxygen concentrators at the lowest prices. If you are unsure which product best meets your needs, our team can answer questions and help walk you through your options. Give us a call at 888.941.1688.

Where To Buy a Home Oxygen Concentrator?

The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop has a brick-and-mortar store in West Berlin, New Jersey, at 159 Cooper Road. You can get all types of home oxygen concentrators and accessories of other varieties that you could need for your oxygen therapy.

If you require help with any oxygen concentrators, accessories, and nebulizers, then call us at 888-941-1688. Our support staff is always here to help you!

If I Purchase A Home Oxygen Concentrator Online, Are The Warranties Or Guarantees Still Valid?

Yes, when you purchase an at-home oxygen concentrator, the guarantee or warranty is in effect. When shopping in our online store, you will still receive all the benefits an offline client receives.

Is The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop A Home Oxygen Concentrator Support Provider?

Yes, we provide assistance with home oxygen concentrators. When you call us at 888-941-1688, one of our qualified professionals will answer the phone and help you decide what equipment to buy. We will respond as quickly as we can to emails submitted to contact@oxygenconcentratorsupplies.com. The staff at The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop is aware that being diagnosed with a respiratory illness not only presents difficulties but also necessitates a change in lifestyle.

Home Oxygen Concentrators - Frequently Asked Questions

What Is A Home Oxygen Concentrator?

Home oxygen concentrators are for stationary oxygen treatment at home and need electricity from a wall socket. Oxygen from ambient air is filtered by these devices and supplemental oxygen is provided to the patient. They provide a quiet, reliable supply of medical-grade oxygen for patients suffering from COPD or other chronic lung disorders in their homes. If you have been told to start your oxygen therapy, then a home oxygen concentrator may be right for you. The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop has many models available for sale. Click here and continue to read more about home oxygen concentrators

How to Choose a Home Oxygen Concentrator

Depending on the condition being treated, a range of oxygen flow rates can be prescribed. A prescription can be up to 10 LPM (liters per minute). In other cases, a lower flow of oxygen may be adequate. How much oxygen you require will be indicated on your doctor's prescription.

Most of the stationary home oxygen concentrators we carry come equipped with wheels, allowing patients to move the oxygen concentrator easily from one room to another.

With so many home oxygen concentrator brands and models available, it’s best to start the buying process for a home oxygen concentrator by making sure that your needs are fulfilled by the concentrator. For more information on the best oxygen concentrator of 2022, click here.

How Does An Oxygen Concentrator Work?

An oxygen concentrator takes in regular air and purifies it to 90-95% oxygen. To do this, the concentrator uses a compressor that moves air into sieve bed filters to remove the nitrogen. It then distributes the purified oxygen through hoses inserted into the nostrils. The nitrogen is later released back into the air. Learn more in this blog post

How To Use Quick and Simple Home Oxygen Concentrators?

An easy-to-use home oxygen concentrator is what you need. Look for designs that have an uncomplicated control panel. Energy use and silent operation are also crucial features when operating at home.  Here are some tips from a respiratory therapist on choosing the best home oxygen concentrator:

  • Oxygen Flow Rate: Your liter flow will be determined by your prescription, which is an important consideration when choosing the best equipment for you.
  • How Much Does it Weigh: While weight is significant, keep in mind that the majority of oxygen home concentrators have wheels.
  • Noise Level: Most of our models operate at a noise level between 40 and 69 dba.
  • Power: The majority of our products need between 275 and 639w of power.
  • Home Altitude: Make sure your oxygen concentrator will function effectively where you reside by checking the altitude.

What Is the Process Used By an Oxygen Concentrator For Home?

Unlike an oxygen tank, a home oxygen concentrator does not need a source of oxygen because they it purifiesy oxygen from the surrounding air. The patient is then provided this oxygen via a nasal cannula or mask.

Who Needs Home Oxygen Concentrators?

Home oxygen concentrators may be recommended by doctors for a number of acute and chronic conditions, such as asthma and COPD. Oxygen treatment is frequently recommended when the blood's oxygen level is too low.

What Is The Difference Between Pulse Flow And Continuous Flow?

Oxygen treatment can be delivered in either pulse flow or continuous flow. Continuous flow is prescribed to patients who need oxygen at all times, as this type will deliver oxygen all day and night, even as you sleep. Pulse flow delivers oxygen only when a person inhales, and is ideal for treating respiratory conditions that do not require a high LPM (liters of oxygen delivered per minute). Learn more in this blog post

Are Oxygen Concentrators Noisy?

Oxygen concentrators, on average, have a 45 dBa which is equivalent to what you would hear if two people were having a calm conversation near you in a room. Some oxygen concentrators are quieter than others due to different features, but they generally all do emit some noise. 

Do You Need A Humidifier With An Oxygen Concentrator?

While a humidifier is not required for use with an oxygen concentrator, it can definitely help with some of the side effects of dryness and sore throat. Adding humidity to therapy adds moisture to the air, resulting in more comfortable treatment. 

Do Home Oxygen Concentrators Use a Lot of Electricity?

Most oxygen concentrators use roughly the same amount of electricity as a refrigerator. The average annual cost of running your oxygen concentrator is around $400 per year, but can vary based on your unique settings, which device you have, and more.

Can Oxygen Concentrators Run On Inverters?

While oxygen concentrators can run on inverters, you have to make sure the inverter is compatible with the oxygen concentrator you have. 

Are There Any Portable Home Oxygen Concentrators?

There are no portable home oxygen concentrators, but if the patient does not require a large oxygen delivery capacity, practically every portable oxygen concentrator may be utilized as a home oxygen concentrator. The majority of portable oxygen concentrators can give up to 5L of oxygen at once. Additionally, compared to an oxygen concentrator for home usage, portable oxygen concentrators may run on power and batteries, giving the user more freedom of movement. Click here to find a portable oxygen concentrator that can also be used at home.

Does Insurance Cover Portable Oxygen Concentrators?

The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop is an out of pocket retailer. This means we do not accept insurance. However, you are able to independently reach out to your provider to see if they will reimburse you.

How Much Oxygen Do I Need?

To effectively treat your respiratory issues, your doctor will prescribe an oxygen flow rate that is often up to 10 LPM (liters per minute).

What Size Home Oxygen Concentrator Should I Get?

Consider a more compact home oxygen concentrator if your home has limited room and you've confirmed that the concentrator will meet your prescription needs. These models are more compact and weigh as little as 18 lbs. Manufacturers will occasionally include casters for easy movement so that customers can move the oxygen concentrator around their homes rapidly on their own.

Can I Connect My Home Oxygen Concentrator To A CPAP or BiLevel PAP Machine?

Yes, you can connect your Oxygen Concentrator to your CPAP or BiLevel PAP machine if you need sleep apnea therapy and oxygen therapy simultaneously.

At The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop, we are proud to carry the most advanced, energy-efficient and quietest oxygen concentrators at the lowest prices. If you are unsure which product best meets your needs, our team can answer questions and help walk you through your options. Give us a call at 888.941.1688.

Where To Buy a Home Oxygen Concentrator?

The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop has a brick-and-mortar store in West Berlin, New Jersey, at 159 Cooper Road. You can get all types of home oxygen concentrators and accessories of other varieties that you could need for your oxygen therapy.

If you require help with any oxygen concentrators, accessories, and nebulizers, then call us at 888-941-1688. Our support staff is always here to help you!

If I Purchase A Home Oxygen Concentrator Online, Are The Warranties Or Guarantees Still Valid?

Yes, when you purchase an at-home oxygen concentrator, the guarantee or warranty is in effect. When shopping in our online store, you will still receive all the benefits an offline client receives.

Is The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop A Home Oxygen Concentrator Support Provider?

Yes, we provide assistance with home oxygen concentrators. When you call us at 888-941-1688, one of our qualified professionals will answer the phone and help you decide what equipment to buy. We will respond as quickly as we can to emails submitted to contact@oxygenconcentratorsupplies.com. The staff at The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop is aware that being diagnosed with a respiratory illness not only presents difficulties but also necessitates a change in lifestyle.