Oxygen Concentrator Repairs and Maintenance
We have highly trained repair technicians that will diagnose the problem, repair it and test the concentrator to ensure it is working properly and exceeds OEM standards. Our technicians are certified to repair almost all concentrator makes and models. We are constantly training our technicians on all oxygen concentrators that we service so our repairs adhere to manufactures' specifications of each unit. Our staff is qualified to repair concentrators from Respironcis, Invacare, Sequal, Devilbiss, AirSep, Puritan Bennett and most other manufacturers.
We are located in Denver, CO; so we are only a few days shipping from anywhere in the country. Once we receive the concentrator our turnaround time is only a few days in most circumstances. We have a large repair facility that houses most replacement parts for all concentrators. We also have local repair service available that can be done while you wait in our showroom (depending on the repair).
When we receive the unit, we use diagnostic equipment that will allow us to trouble shot the equipment without damaging the equipment. We monitor the concentrator in various stages of operation to help diagnose the problem correctly. Once the unit is repaired, we put the unit through a vigorous 12 point overnight testing process that includes:
- Testing the Oxygen Purity
- Testing for Leaks
- Testing for Abnormal Vibration
We offer competitive service and repair pricing that starts at $75 an hour for labor. If the repairs end up being too expensive, we will buy your used unit and offer you affordable pricing on any of our new or used units. Please contact us regarding your repair:
Email: Concentrator Repairs
For specific questions about your concentrator, please contact our repair technician at Scott Ridl.
We also provide a Preventative Maintenance Program for your oxygen concentrator. Just like a car needs a tune up and oil change, your concentrator needs to be serviced to extend the life of the unit. Preventative Maintenance includes:
- Replace heap, bacteria and gross particle filter
- Clean the inside components, removing any debris
- Check motor mounts and replace if needed
- Test compressor
- Check gasket seals, values and piston cups