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Home Concentrators

How much does the DeVilbiss Oxygen Concentrator 10 Liter weigh?

The Devilbiss 10 Liter Oxygen Concentrator weighs 42 pounds.

Is Devilbiss 10 liter oxygen concentrator FAA approved?

No, this is not FAA approved for in-flight use.

Do I need a prescription for ordering a Devilbiss 10 liter oxygen concentrator?

Yes, you must have a valid prescription to purchase the Devilbiss 10 Liter Oxygen Concentrator.

How much does the Respironics Millennium M10 Oxygen Concentrator weigh?

The Respironics Millennium M10 Oxygen Concentrator weighs roughly 53 pounds with these size dimensions: 27" x 19" x 13".

Is there any warranty of Respironics Millennium M10 Home O2 Concentrator?

The Respironics Millennium M10 comes with a one year standard manufacturer’s warranty.

Is Respironics Millennium M10 Oxygen Concentrator FAA approved?

No, the M10 Oxygen Concentrator is not FAA approved for use during flight.

Do I need a prescription for ordering a Respironics Millennium M10?

Yes, a valid prescription is required for the purchase of the M10 oxygen concentrator.

Can I return the Respironics Millennium M10 Oxygen Concentrator if I don’t like it?

Please review our return policy

How do I connect the Bleed-In Adapter to my Oxygen Concentrator and CPAP machine?

The Bleed-In Adapter will connect to your CPAP Tubing and your oxygen tubing will connect directly to the Bleed-In Adapter.

Can I use the devilbiss 10 liter oxygen concentrator while I sleep?

Yes, the Devilbiss 10 liter oxygen concentrator provides continuous flow settings of 2 - 10 LPM and has a noise level <69 dBA which is higher than people with normal hearing would typically tolerate for sleep, but it can be done.

Will my insurance cover my devilbiss 10 liter home oxygen concentrator?

Individual insurance policies vary, and the Oxygen Concentrator Supplies shop does not interface directly with insurance companies. You will need the following information to discuss this question with your insurance company: product ID #1025DS.

Can I use the Respironics Millennium M10 Home Oxygen Concentrator while I sleep?

Yes, you can. The best types of oxygen concentrators for use while you sleep should be quiet and supply continuous oxygen flow. The Respironics Millennium M10 Home Oxygen Concentrator does both of these things.

Will my insurance cover my Respironics Millennium M10 Oxygen Concentrator?

Individual insurance policies vary, and The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop does not interface directly with insurance companies. You will need the following information to discuss this question with your insurance company: PART NUMBERS: M10600 (Millennium M10), M10605 (Millennium M10 with OPI); HCPCS CODE: E1390; GTIN/UPC CODE: 00606959012776

How much oxygen does a concentrator have in it?

Concentrators remove oxygen from the air and deliver it as supplemental oxygen. Thus, as long as the concentrator is functioning properly and there is a power source, you will have unlimited oxygen supply.

Is there any warranty of the DeVilbiss Oxygen Concentrator?

The Devilbiss 10 Liter Oxygen Concentrator comes with a standard 3 year manufacturer’s warranty.

Can I return the DeVilbiss Oxygen Concentrator 10 Liter if I don’t like it?

Please review our return policy

What are the side effects of being on oxygen?

There are no real side effects of using oxygen as directed. The quantity of oxygen prescribed is what you need to perform normal functions. Oxygen is not addictive. If you have COPD, it is imperative that you do not adjust your oxygen levels without consulting your doctor.

Will my insurance cover my Oxygen Concentrator?

We do not accept insurance but can provide documents to submit to your insurance company for potential reimbursement. However, reimbursement is not guaranteed. Please call your insurance company to confirm your coverage.

Should I get a home concentrator or a portable oxygen concentrator?

First, start with your prescription and understand the necessary requirements. Make sure that you compare machines capable of providing the oxygen demands that you have been prescribed. Once you have identified the machines capable of meeting your oxygen demands, think about how you want to use the concentrator.

Is my concentrator producing quality oxygen?

Concentrators have a built in oxygen purity sensor that will alarm if the purity falls below this level.

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