Home medical oxygen concentrators were invented in the early-1970s. Manufacturing output of these devices increased in the late 1970s. An oxygen concentrator takes in air and purifies it for use by people requiring medical oxygen due to low oxygen levels in their blood. Since the early 2000s, several companies have produced portable oxygen concentrators. Typically, these devices produce the equivalent of one to five liters per minute of continuous oxygen flow and they use some version of pulse flow or “demand flow” to deliver oxygen only when the patient is inhaling.
Considering more than 15 million Americans have COPD, we get a rough approximation with reference to what number of individuals in the US utilize oxygen therapy. With this change in lifestyle, environment, many people are suffering from COPD and are recommended oxygen therapy by health care providers.
Oxygen concentrators (home or portable) look to be a very simple device from appearance. However, Oxygen concentrators utilize a molecular sieve to absorb gases and operate on the principle of rapid pressure swing adsorption of atmospheric nitrogen onto zeolite minerals and then venting the nitrogen. This complex lifesaving oxygen machine needs regular preventative maintenance, service, and repair. Whether you need to repair, service these complex oxygen concentrators or whether you are looking to buy refurbished Oxygen concentrators, reach out to factory trained technicians at Quality Medical.
All Oxygen Concentrators (home or portable) repair serviced have our service warranty and our turnaround time for oxygen concentrator after the repair is less than 5 business day. Quality Medical is an ISO certified biomedical equipment repair and service company with multiple service centers. At Quality Medical, we are equipped to repair and service Philips Respironics SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator, Sequal Equinox portable oxygen concentrator, Sequal 3 portable oxygen concentrator and Sequal 5 portable oxygen concentrator, Airsep Focus portable oxygen concentrator, Airsep Freestyle 3, Airsep Freestyle 5 and the ResMed Activox portable oxygen concentrator.
To know more about Oxygen Concentrator repair service or if you are having a problem with your oxygen concentrators, please feel free to contact 727-547-6000 or 803-526-7267. We at Quality Medical are always happy to help