Concentrators Compatible with CPAP Machines

Concentrators Compatible with CPAP Machines

Our selection of Oxygen Concentrators Compatible with CPAP machines includes the CAIRE SeQual Eclipse 5, Respironics Simply Go and the CAIRE Companion 5. Start narrowing continuous flow concentrators by finding out which unit will meet your oxygen needs.

We carry the largest selection of Oxygen Concentrators compatible with CPAP machines at the lowest prices! Please call us at 1-877-774-9271 if you have any questions.

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  1. SeQual Eclipse 5 - Most Powerful Concentrator
    CAIRE SeQual Eclipse 5 Portable Concentrator
    • Pulse Dose & Continuous Flow
    • 18.4 Pounds with Battery
    • 5 Hour Battery Life with Complete Package
    • Complete Package includes the Eclipse 5 unit, battery, adapters, cart, accessory bag.

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  2. Respironics SimplyGo - Most Versatile Concentrator
    Respironics SimplyGo Portable Concentrator
    • Pulse Dose & Continuous Flow
    • 10 Pounds
    • 3 Hour Battery Life
    • Includes the SimplyGo unit, battery, AC power supply, AC cable, DC charger, bag and cart.

  3. Oxlife Independence Portable Oxygen Concentrator - 800-0001-2
    Oxlife Independence Oxygen Concentrator
    • Pulse Dose & Continuous Flow
    • 16.7 Pounds
    • 5.75 Hours Battery Life
    • Includes the Independence unit, 2 batteries, AC/DC adapters, cart, accessory bag,

  4. Respironics EverFlo without OPI Home Oxygen Concentrator
    Respironics EverFlo Home Concentrator
    • 31 Pounds
    • 1 to 5 LPM
    • 3 Year Warranty
    • Includes Everflo, cannula, and manual.

  5. Respironics EverFlo Q Home Oxygen Concentrator
    Respironics EverFlo Q Home Concentrator
    • 31 Pounds
    • 1 to 5 LPM
    • 3 Year Warranty
    • Includes Everflo Q unit, cannula, and manual.

  6. Respironics EverFlo Q with OPI Home Oxygen Concentrator
    Respironics EverFlo Q with OPI
    • 31 Pounds
    • 1 to 5 LPM
    • Oxygen Percentage Indicator
    • Includes Everflo Q unit with OPI, cannula, and manual!!

  7. Respironics EverFlo with OPI Home Oxygen Concentrator
    Respironics Everflo with OPI
    • 31 Pounds
    • 1 to 5 LPM
    • Oxygen Percentage Indicator
    • Includes Everflo with OPI, cannula, and manual.

  8. Invacare Perfecto2 Home Concentrator
    Invacare Perfecto2 Home Concentrator
    • 43 Pounds
    • .5 to 5 LPM
    • 3 Year Warranty
    • Includes Perfecto unit, cannula, and owner’s manual.

  9. CAIRE AirSep Intensity 10 Home Concentrator - AS099-101
    CAIRE AirSep Newlife Intensity 10 Home Concentrator
    • 58 Pounds
    • 2 to 10 LPM
    • 3 Year Warranty
    • Includes the Intensity 10 unit, cannula, and manual.

  10. CAIRE Companion 5 Home Oxygen Concentrator - 15067005
    CAIRE Companion 5 Home Concentrator
    • 36 Pounds
    • .5 to 5 LPM
    • 3 Year Warranty
    • Includes the Companion 5 unit, cannula, and manual.

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Learn About CPAP Compatible Portable Concentrators

CPAP machines deliver continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), a constant flow of pressure to prevent the collapse of tissues in the airway during sleep. It’s the collapse of these tissues that blocks the airway, causing periods of apnea (the cessation of breathing). Although CPAP provides an excellent treatment of sleep apnea, CPAP machines alone do not deliver oxygen.

Some CPAP users also require the use of supplemental oxygen, whether because of lung diseases like COPD or one of the comorbidities associated with sleep apnea. Although CPAP machines and supplemental oxygen are frequently used together, they are not the same thing.

Supplemental oxygen differs from CPAP in that the source of oxygen, such as oxygen cylinders or concentrators, delivers only oxygen; they do not provide continuous positive pressure. CPAP on the other hand only delivers pressure, not oxygen.

Many people that wear supplemental oxygen use oxygen concentrators. Concentrators are convenient and create their own oxygen supply, so there’s no need to refill tanks.

Thankfully, many oxygen concentrators available are compatible with CPAP machines. So if you’re someone who wears supplemental oxygen and also requires a CPAP machine, you’re in luck. When choosing an oxygen concentrator that works with a CPAP machine, ensure it has the Continuous Oxygen Dosage setting. Most oxygen-compatible CPAP machines have a port; you simply connect oxygen tubing directly from your concentrator to the CPAP machine. Other CPAP machines require the use of an oxygen bleed-in adapter. Learn How to Connect a CPAP Machine to a Oxygen Concentrator.

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