An In-Depth Look at the AirSep Intensity 10 Home Concentrator

For users who require respiratory accessories like medical nebulizers, venti-masks and volume jet nebulizers, the AirSep NewLife Intensity 10 is the only concentrator out today that combines high-pressure oxygen with the maximum high flow in a quiet, energy-efficient unit.

Operating at 20 psi, which is twice as much as most oxygen concentrators on the market, is for oxygen patients who need to use attachments in addition to receiving a high level of pure oxygen and want to do so in the comfort of their own home.


  • Unique because it can also run a nebulizer, venti-masks and volume jet nebulizers, such as those used by patients in hospitals.
  • The high pressure and high flow have pressure outlet functions that are three times higher than other home concentrators.
  • Provides air at a pressure of 20 psi, twice as much as most oxygen concentrators on the market today.
  • Power-efficient.
  • One of the quietest machines available.
  • Features alarms to alert the user in case of low concentration levels, power failure, high temperature, and high and low pressure.


The NewLife Intensity 10 is an uncomplicated home oxygen machine, with a light grey-colored body and rounded top. With four wheels at the base, it can be easily moved around the house. The controls, oxygen monitor and air input, are all conveniently located on the front side of the upright machine, easily accessible from a seated position.

Dining with the AirSep Intensity 10 Home Concentrator

Size and Power

Dimensions: 27.5 inches High x 16.5 inches Wide x 14.5 inches Deep
Weight: 58 pounds
Power: 120 V, 60 Hz
Extremely durable, the NewLife Intensity 10 combines high pressure with high flow to deliver up to 10 LPM of therapeutic oxygen. Weighing 58 pounds, it should fit easily next to a bed, living room chair or under a table without being cumbersome.

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Controls and Care

The control panel on the AirSep NewLife Intensity 10 is simple. Located on the front, left side is the on/off switch, reset breaker button, should it ever trip, the hour meter, and the flow meter, adjustable according to prescription, at the top. The air output is in the upper center, for either a humidifier bottle or a cannula, and the oxygen monitoring is located on the front right, which constantly measures the concentration of oxygen the unit is producing. The filter, which should be rinsed once a week in a sink to remove any debris, is located on the back. Users can also use a damp cloth and a mild disinfectant to clean the outside of the unit as needed.


The unit comes with a 3-year warranty.


The AirSep NewLife Intensity 10 includes the unit itself, cannula and manual. We would be happy to answer any pricing or product questions you may have regarding any additional needs or accessories, so please call us at 877.774.9271 to explore our purchasing options.

Final Thoughts

For users who require additional respiratory accessories such as medical nebulizers, venti-masks and volume jet nebulizers, the AirSep NewLife Intensity 10 allows patients to receive their oxygen therapy at home. With its small size and portability, you will be able to maintain your daily routine with ease and comfort.

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About Scott Ridl: Scott joined American Medical Sales and Rentals in 2008 as a Web Manager and Content Writer. He is a writer and designer. He is extensively trained on oxygen therapy products from leading manufacturers such as Inogen, Respironics, Chart, Invacare, ResMed and more. Scott works closely with respiratory therapists and oxygen specialists to educate the community about oxygen therapy products, COPD, asthma and lung diseases. He writes weekly columns and is passionate about educating the community on oxygen therapy and respiratory issues.

2 thoughts on “An In-Depth Look at the AirSep Intensity 10 Home Concentrator”

  • Andrea

    Looking at this unit for my mother. We have had great difficulty dealing with the Medicare rental supplier. Do you know if purchased our own does Medicare offer any money towards the purchase, or reimbursement?
    Please email cost of machine. She has a rental invacare and yellow light keeps going on and then back to green. Called rental and they told me to just clean filter and turn off/on to reset it. Worries me. Thank you.

    • Corey Dyben

      Dear Andrea,

      Medicare will never reimburse for oxygen therapy. If your mother has supplemental insurance, that might provide some reimbursement, based on the policy. Please call us at: 1-877-644-4581 and we can provide you with more details.

      The AMSR Team


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