Low Oxygen Purity Level | Oxygen Concentrator Repair

Low Oxygen Purity Level in Oxygen Concentrator

If you are suffering from COPD and you are Oxygen Concentrator User, the purity level of the oxygen being delivered through your oxygen concentrator (home or portable) is very crucial and important.  Oxygen concentrators are built and set up in such a way that it maintains a certain level of purity at each individual setting. Percentage of pure oxygen concentration that you, the patient, receive via cannula or mask is extremely important to your oxygen therapy and overall health.

If you suffer from COPD or other lung/respiratory diseases you probably require supplemental oxygen. Medical grade oxygen for an oxygen concentrator should be no less than 90.0% and no more than 96.0%.

Any and every oxygen machine (stationary oxygen concentrator or portable oxygen concentrator such as Activox, Airsep, Respironics Evergo, Respironics SimplyGo, Equinox Sequal), will need service and PM.  These life-saving devices are a very complex piece of equipment’s which needs regular service.

Many oxygen concentrators have an issue with low oxygen purity over time. If you have a new oxygen concentrator and you have been keeping up with regular filter cleaning, you should only consider having your oxygen purity tested when you see or hear an oxygen purity error or warning message on your machine. Most concentrators today feature oxygen purity alarm systems that will alert you if your oxygen purity levels drop below their ideal range.

Quality Medical is an ISO certified biomedical equipment repair service company specializing in respiratory therapy equipment. We have 4 service centers i.e. Texas, Florida, Colorado and Georgia and our turn around time for repair service and PM of Oxygen Concentrators are less than 5 business day.  Contact our customer support team at 727-547-6000 Or 803-526-7267 for evaluation and estimate on repair service or speak about problems that you are facing with these oxygen concentrators.

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