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Watch our video library to learn about portable concentrators, home concentrators, traveling with oxygen and oxygen therapy.

Information about Oxygen Concentrator Store

We have over 12 years of oxygen experience and we have an A+ BBB rating. We offer new and used portable and home concentrators and have a wide selection of CPAP machines and masks.

Our showroom is located in Centennial, CO; just minutes south of Denver but we will treat you just like our next door neighbor. We have a fully functioning warehouse that we test every unit in. We also have highly trained, certified support specialists on staff.

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Selecting the Right Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Important factors to remember when you purchase a portable oxygen concentrator.

Do you need continuous flow or pulse dose? The difference between continuous flow and pulse dose is that continuous flow is a steady stream of oxygen and pulse dose delivered on demand.

What setting are you on? The smaller lighter ones offer pulse dose only (starting @ 4.9lbs). The bigger heavier POC offer both cont. flow and pulse dose (starting @ 10lbs).

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Purchasing a Home Oxygen Concentrator

Here is an important factor to remember when purchasing a home oxygen concentrator.

What setting are you on? Home oxygen machines come in two different setting machines. Standard for a home oxygen unit is up to a maximum delivery of 5 liters per minute (90% of patients get a 5 liter per minute machine). There are also high flow home oxygen machines that will produce a maximum output of 10 liters per minute.

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Renting a Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Are you going on a short trip or vacation and need a portable concentrator? American Medical has a rental program that will provide you with the mobility to travel anytime and anywhere.

Here are some important tips when renting a portable oxygen concentrator: weight, battery life and method of travel.

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Introduction to Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Watch our video library on portable oxygen concentrators. These videos will teach you the key features of each portable machine; specifications and dimensions. We also touch on battery life and recharge times, oxygen concentration, operating the machine and important reminders about traveling with oxygen.

Respironics SimplyGo Introduction Video

The Respironics SimplyGo is a easily transported concentrator that weighs around 10 pounds and delivers a continuous flow oxygen. It has more than twice the oxygen output of any POC around the same weight. It has a user friendly, compact design that will make it a excellent choice for someone who requires oxygen.

The SimplyGo strives to create a new level in concentrator reliability. It was designed, built, and tested to withstand the journeys and travel of everyday life!

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Respironics SimplyGo Introduction Video

SeQual Eclipse 3 Introduction Video


The SeQual Eclipse 3, Personal Ambulatory Oxygen System provides the most reliable continuous flow and pulse dose options in a 24/7 portable oxygen concentrator device.

The SeQual's battery can last for over 3 hours and allows it to charge when in use and comes with an easy to pull cart that features a telescoping handle. The SeQual Eclipse is 12 inches in length, 19 inches in height and 7 inches in width. It weighs in at 18 pound with a battery.

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SeQual Eclipse Introduction Video

Inogen One G3 Introduction Video


The G3 gives you freedom and mobility with its small design. It weighs about 5 pounds including a single battery, and it measures 8.75 inches in length, 3 inches in width, and 7.25 inches in height.

It is a pulse dose oxygen concentrator that is almost silent at only 38 decibels; it is so quietly that you barely notice when it is turned on! The Inogen G3 has a long battery life that can last up to 4 hours with an 8 cell battery on a setting of 2 and up to 8 hours with a 16 cell battery on a setting of 2.

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Inogen One G3 Introduction Video

Respironics EverGo Introduction Video

The Evergo weighs 10 pounds with both batteries in. It is 6 inches high, 12 inches wide, and 8.5 inches deep, taking up less than one cubed foot of space.

The Evergo offers eight hours of use on a setting of 2 – longer than any other pulse-dose unit – and comes with a convenient carry bag and cart, so you can take it anywhere. You can even use it while it’s charging.

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Respironics EverGo Introduction Video

AirSep Focus Introduction Video

The AirSep Focus allows you to reclaim your independence and confidence in a concentrator that fits in the palm of your hand.

It's smaller than the average water bottle, at 6 inches high by 5 inches wide and 2.5 inches deep. It weighs less than 3 pounds with two external batteries, making your day-to-day activities a breeze.

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AirSep Focus Introduction Video

AirSep Freestyle Introduction Video

The AirSep Freestyle is perfect for the active user. This lightweight portable oxygen concentrator is no bigger than the average lunchbox. With the FreeStyle, enjoy unlimited oxygen supply while on the go.

The Freestyle measures 9 inches high, 6 inches wide and 4 inches deep. It weighs less than five pounds, and comes with a fashionable carrying case for easy transportation.

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AirSep Freestyle Introduction Video

Inogen One G2 Introduction Video

The Inogen One G2 is oxygen anytime, anywhere. It provides the independence of our original Inogen One portable concentrator, but delivers more oxygen, with a longer battery life in smaller, lighter form. It weighs just over seven pounds, and stands 9 and a half inches high, 11 inches wide, and 4 inches deep.

The Inogen One G2 is a pulse-dose system that delivers up to 5 liters of oxygen per minute. And it’s virtually silent, so you can go about your day without distractions.

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Inogen One G2 Introduction Video

DeVilbiss iGo Introduction Video

The DeVilbiss iGo is perfect for the active user. This lightweight portable oxygen concentrator was built to handle rough terrain. With the iGo, enjoy unlimited oxygen while on the go.

The iGo measures 19 inches high, 12 inches wide and 7 inches deep. It weighs less than 20 pounds, and comes with a convenient cart for easy transportation.

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DeVilbiss iGo Introduction Video

Lifechoice Activox Introduction Video

The Lifechoice ActivOx is the ideal oxygen therapy solution for the active user. It is 9 inches wide, 8 inches high, and 5 inches deep and weighs less than 5 pounds. The ActivOx requires no carts or tanks, giving you the freedom of mobility.

The ActivOx features a twelve-hour internal battery, as well as a three-hour external battery, allowing up to 15 hours of battery life in one charge.

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Lifechoice Activox Introduction Video

Introduction to Home Oxygen Concentrators

Watch our video library on home oxygen concentrators. These videos will teach you the key features of each home machine; including specifications and dimensions. We also touch on how oxygen is delivered, electricity usage, noise level and machine maintenance.

Respironics SimplyFlo Introduction Video

The Respironics SimplyFlo is the smallest, lightest home oxygen concentrators out today. The SimplyFlo weighs only 8 and a half pounds. Its compact build and neutral black color fits into any home décor.

It runs on AC power, but can be used with the SimplyGo’s DC charger. The SimplyFlo is more energy-efficient than other home concentrators. It’s no louder than your refrigerator, keeping your electricity bill and the noise level in your home minimal.

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Respironics SimplyFlo Introduction Video

Respironics EverFlo Introduction Video

The Respironics EverFlo is one the quietest, lightest home oxygen concentrators out today. It stands 23 inches high, 15 inches wide, and 10 inches deep. Its stylish and compact build fits into any home décor.

The EverFlo requires less electricity to operate than other home concentrators. It’s no louder than your refrigerator, giving you peace and quiet in your home.

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Respironics EverFlo Introduction Video

Invacare Perfecto 2 Introduction Video

The Invacare Perfecto home oxygen concentrator is one of the smallest, lightest and quietest units available today. The Perfecto is sleek and compact at 13 inches high, 11.5 inches wide, and 23 inches deep.

It features a convenient handle and rolling wheels on the bottom, making it easy to move around the house with your unit.

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Invacare Perfecto 2 Introduction Video

AirSep VisionAire Introduction Video

The AirSep VisionAire is one the quietest and lightest home oxygen concentrators out today. The VisionAire stands 20 inches high, 14 inches wide, and 12 inches deep. Its neutral black color and compact build fits into any home décor.

The VisionAire is energy-efficient and no louder than your refrigerator, keeping both your electricity bill and the noise level in your home minimal.

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AirSep VisionAire Introduction Video

AirSep Intensity 10 Introduction Video

The AirSep Newlife Intensity 10 is a home oxygen concentrator that delivers high pressure, high flow oxygen in a quiet, energy-efficient unit.

It was designed to meet high flow requirements and can provide the outlet pressure to drive respiratory accessories like medical nebulizers, volume jet nebulizers, and venti-masks.

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AirSep Intensity 10 Introduction Video

Invacare Homefill Introduction Video

The Invacare Home Fill home oxygen concentrator lets you fill your own cylinders from an oxygen concentrator. It gives you more independence in your oxygen therapy and virtually eliminates the cost of frequent oxygen deliveries.

The design is compact, standing 20 inches high, 16 inches wide, and 15 inches deep.

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Invacare Homefill Introduction Video

Traveling with Oxygen Concentrators

Watch our video library on traveling with oxygen concentrators. These videos will teach you about important steps and reminders about traveling with a concentrator when you fly, drive or go on a cruise. We touch on topics like arrangements for any special accommodations, battery life and recharge time and machine storage.

Flying with Portable Oxygen Concentrators

You should reach out to your airline a few weeks before your flight and speak to them about their oxygen policy and make arrangements for any accommodations. Your airline can require a letter from your doctor, medical history, and your current oxygen prescription.

If possible, always select a direct flight. When doing this, you will not have to board and disembark from your flight with your concentrator numerous times. Always, keep your machine charged on AC power while you are waiting for boarding or during any layovers.

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Flying with Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Traveling in a Car with an Oxygen Concentrator

This video will explain the basics of traveling in a car with your oxygen concentrator.

All of our portable concentrators come with a DC power supply that plugs into an automobile cigarette lighter. Several of our units charge the battery under this DC power.

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Traveling in a Car with an Oxygen Concentrator

Traveling by a Cruise with an Oxygen Concentrator

This video will explain the basics of traveling on a cruise ship with your oxygen concentrator.

Call the cruise line several weeks before your trip and let them know that you will be traveling with oxygen. Be sure that you understand any specific requirements that they may have. Like airlines, cruises will not allow you to bring oxygen cylinders or tanks on board.

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Traveling by a Cruise with an Oxygen Concentrator

Learn about Oxygen Therapy

Watch our video library on oxygen and oxygen therapy. These videos are introductions on oxygen therapy and how a concentrator works and how it produces oxygen.

How Oxygen Concentrators Works

The air around you contains about 80 percent nitrogen and 20 percent oxygen. If you need oxygen therapy, it's because your respiratory system can no longer get enough oxygen just by breathing. An oxygen concentrator delivers purer oxygen to your lungs. This video will explain how oxygen concentrators work.

Your oxygen concentrator takes in the air around you and filters the oxygen from the nitrogen. It releases the nitrogen back into the air and collects the oxygen, dispensing it to the patient through the cannula.

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How an Oxygen Concentrator Works

What is Oxygen Therapy?

Oxygen therapy is a treatment that provides you with extra oxygen. Normally, your lungs absorb oxygen from the air, but certain conditions can prevent you from getting enough oxygen. Oxygen therapy can be done in a hospital or at home. If you need oxygen therapy for a chronic condition, you may receive home oxygen therapy.

Oxygen therapy can improve your quality of life and help you to be more active. It’s supplied in a metal cylinder or another container. It flows through a tube and is delivered to your lungs through either a cannula or facemask.

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What is Oxygen Therapy?