Portable Oxygen Concentrators Continuous Flow

Portable Oxygen Concentrators Continuous Flow

Our selection of continuous flow portable concentrators include the CAIRE SeQual Eclipse 5, Respironics Simply Go, Devilbiss iGo2 and the SeQual Eclipse. Start narrowing continuous flow concentrators by finding out which unit will meet your oxygen needs.

Continuous Flow Concentrators are great solutions for those with sleep apnea or other conditions in which you require oxygen at night. These units deliver oxygen from .5 to 3 liters per minute at a steady and specified rate. Being equipped with continuous flow and pulse dose settings usually means the portable oxygen concentrator must be a little bigger than those with only pulse dose settings, ranging between 10 and 18 pounds.

We carry the largest selection of Portable Oxygen Concentrators Continuous Flow at the lowest prices! Please call us at 1-877-774-9271 if you have any questions.

8 Items

per page
Set Descending Direction
  1. 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.

    Get Internet Pricing

    Complete the fields below to receive Summer Sale Pricing! 

  2. 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.

  3. SeQual Eclipse 5 Battery Package
    SeQual Eclipse 5 Double Battery Package
    • Pulse Dose & Continuous Flow
    • 18.4 Pounds with Battery
    • 10 Hour Battery Life with Double Battery Package
    • Complete Package includes the Eclipse 5 unit, 2 batteries, adapters, cart, accessory bag.

  4. DeVilbiss iGO2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator
    DeVilbiss iGO2 Portable Concentrator
    • Pulse Dose
    • 5 Pounds
    • 3.5 Hour Battery
    • Includes iGO2, rechargable battery, power supply, carry bag and strap, and vehicle power cord
  5. DeVilbiss iGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator
    DeVilbiss iGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator
    • Pulse Dose & Continuous Flow
    • 19 Pounds
    • 4.7 Hour Battery Life
    • Includes the iGo unit, AC/DC adapter, battery, mobile cart, accessory bag.
  6. SeQual eQuinox Portable Concentrator
    SeQual eQuinox Portable Concentrator
    • Pulse Dose & Continuous Flow
    • 14 to 15.5 Pounds
    • 2.5 to 5.7 Hour Battery Life
    • Includes the eQuinox unit, 24 cell battery, AC power supply, DC power cord, cart, accessory bag.
  7. Oxlife Independence Portable Oxygen Concentrator
    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,

  8. Invacare Solo Portable Oxygen Concentrator
    Invacare Solo Portable Oxygen Concentrator
    • Pulse Dose & Continuous Flow
    • 20 Pounds with Battery
    • 2.6 Hour Battery Life

8 Items

per page
Set Descending Direction
Related Videos
Selecting a Portable Oxygen Concentrators Continuous Flow
Continuous Portable Oxygen Concentrator vs. Pulse Dose Units

Learn More About Portable Oxygen Concentrators Continuous Flow

Out of the two main types of oxygen therapy, continuous flow and pulse dose, continuous flow is more for those who plan on using oxygen mainly while sitting still. If you need oxygen therapy while you are sleeping, this is likely the dosage type you will need.

Continuous flow does just as the name describes – it's a constant oxygen flow. It flows at the same rate, no matter how many breaths you take or the size of your breaths. Just because the dosage says “2 LPM” doesn't mean you're breathing 2 liters of oxygen during a minute. Some of it is wasted, but the same flow rate is there when you need it.

Home oxygen concentrators exclusively use continuous flow oxygen, because you aren't doing anything that would cause your breath rate to change. Home oxygen concentrators can only run-on AC power, which means you won't be going anywhere while using it. If you sit down or lie down to sleep, continuous flow may be sufficient unless your doctor determines otherwise.

It ultimately comes down to which dosage setting type works best for your health and lifestyle. You can decide on this with your doctor so that you can pick out a suitable oxygen concentrator model for you.

Get Internet Pricing

Complete the fields below to receive Summer Sale Pricing! 

Download our Oxygen Therapy Kit

Educate yourself with our Oxygen Therapy Info Kit. It's easy and free. Complete the fields below to download the kit or click the button below to have it sent to your address.