Emergency Oxygen Concentrator Rentals

There is always a worst case scenario, and hopefully it won't happen to you – you're out and about or at home, and your oxygen concentrator stops working or you need a last minute oxygen rental. Thankfully, we can fill this need and send you help right away with an emergency oxygen rental.

If you are in a pitch, don't hesitate to call one of our representatives, who will talk you through some things, or they will help you by issuing an emergency rental oxygen concentrator. We don't want you to go without your oxygen therapy and being in the business, we know exactly how important this is.

For this reason, we offer next day UPS delivery and weekend UPS delivery, so you can have a working oxygen concentrator as quickly as possible. Since we are based in Denver, Colorado, we can bring the emergency rental to you, personally if you are in the area.

We have a fleet of well-maintained portable oxygen concentrator rentals, but if you need something specific, please don't hesitate to ask one of our representatives, via phone or email. We have Respiratory Specialist's available 7 days a week from 7am to 9pm Monday thru Friday and 10am to 6pm on the weekends; we are also available after hours if needed.

These are the rental models that we have readily available, which are listed on our website:

SeQual Eclipse, Inogen G2 with 12 Cell, Inogen G2 with 24 Cell, Respironics EverGo, Respironics SimplyGo, Lifechoice, DeVilbiss Igo, Oxlife Independence.

If you're not sure which rental would work best you and you want to speed up the process, here are some suggestion, going by concentrator battery life and oxygen flow capacities: The Sequal Eclipse offers a continuous dose between 0.5 to 3.0 liters per minute (LPM), and the DeVilbiss iGo also features continuous flow from 1 to 3 LPM and a pulse dose of 1 to 6 LPM. The SimplyGo is another portable concentrator that offers both pulse dose and continuous dose, between 0.5 and 2 LPM. If you require a continuous flow, these may be able to meet your needs.

Of course, when on a continuous flow setting, naturally the battery will run out quicker than if it was running a pulse dose. Some of the concentrators with the best battery life are the SimplyGo (4.6 hours of battery life on the continuous setting of 1 LPM, and 7 hours on a pulse dose of 2), and the DeVilbiss iGo, which can run for a max of 4 hours on the 1 LPM continuous setting.

Each emergency rental comes with its necessary accessories, and will come to you looking clean and running great as if it was new. You will be able to enjoy worry-free oxygen use while your old one is being repaired, or until you can buy a new one.

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