General Product Questions

Is there a Concentrator that Operates at an Elevation of 10000 Feet?

All portable oxygen concentrators have a maximum operational altitude, which means it will continue to provide the same high concentration of oxygen until it reaches a certain altitude. Almost all portable oxygen concentrators will safely operate up ...

Is there a Concentrator that Operates at an Elevation of 11000 Feet?

All portable oxygen concentrators have a maximum operational altitude, which means it will continue to provide the same high concentration of oxygen until it reaches a certain altitude. Almost all portable oxygen concentrators will safely operate up ...

Is there a Concentrator that Operate at an Elevation of 12000 Feet?

The SeQual Eclipse 5 has a maximum operational altitude of 13,123 feet above sea level. Several other portable models can be taken at higher altitudes, such as the Devilbiss iGo. For more information view our blog post on the Guide to Using Oxygen...

Are there hotels that supply portable oxygen?

Unfortunately we do not know of any hotels that will provide their guests with their medical oxygen. It is best to contact the hotel ahead of time or to bring your own. We do have rental machines, batteries, and accessories available for anything...

Can a portable oxygen concentrator be connected to a boat?

Yes! Most modern boats have the same DC power connection that your car does and you can certainly charge and or use your portable oxygen concentrator while plugged into the DC slot. For more information view our blog post on Boating with an Oxygen...

Can you take a portable oxygen concentrator on an airplane?

Yes! All portables we carry are FAA approved and can be taken on airplanes. All airlines, however, have their own list of approved machines. For a list of approved machines for your particular airline and any other documents needed in order to bring ...

Can my oxygen concentrator be checked as baggage?

Yes you can put an oxygen concentrator in your checked luggage, but it is not recommended. Unfortunately you cannot control what is done to your bag at airports or while flying in the baggage area so we recommend keeping your portable concentrator with...

Can you use a portable concentrator while driving through a tunnel?

Yes, all portable oxygen concentrators and machines are safe to use while driving through a tunnel.

Can you use a portable oxygen on rides at an amusement park?

Yes! These machines are safe to use while on amusement park rides as long as the machine is secured in place.

What portable oxygen concentrators are approved by the FAA?

All portable concentrators we offer are FAA and TSA approved and can be taken on airplanes. All airlines, however, have their own list of approved and not approved machines. For a list of approved machines for your particular airline and any other documents...

What are airlines that permit an oxygen concentrator on board?

All airlines are required to allow oxygen on board as it is considered a Life Sustaining device. Each airline, however, can set their own rules about which machines are approved. For a current list of approved concentrators for the airline you are flying...

How much does a home concentrator cost?

New home oxygen concentrators vary in pricing and usually cost between $595 and $2000 depending on batteries and other accessories. Customers can opt to purchase a used home oxygen concentrator, with prices that range from $395 to $1500 depending...

How much does a portable oxygen concentrator cost?

New portable oxygen concentrators vary in pricing and usually cost between $1495 and $3495 depending on batteries and other accessories. Customers can opt to purchase a used portable oxygen concentrator, with prices that range from $800 to $2,000...

What does an oxygen concentrator look like?

Oxygen concentrators vary in appearance, size and weight. Portable oxygen concentrators can be as small as 4.8 pounds, are usually rectangular, small enough to be held in two hands, and have a control panel at the top of the unit. Home units, which are...

How much does it cost to carry a portable concentrator on an airplane?

Portable concentrators that are approved by the FAA are considered medical devices and there should be no fee associated with bringing one aboard an airplane as long as you have the proper paperwork. If you have questions regarding the policies and paperwork...

Is there a 25 liter per minute (LPM) oxygen concentrator?

No, there is not a 25 liter or 25 LPM oxygen concentrator. The highest liter flow currently available for either home or portable unit is 10 liters per minute. View the highest rated 10 liter flow oxygen concentrators.

Is there a 20 liter per minute (LPM) oxygen concentrator?

No, there is not a 20 liter or 20 LPM oxygen concentrator. The highest liter flow currently available for either home or portable unit is 10 liters per minute. View the highest rated 10 liter flow oxygen concentrators.

Is there a 12 liter per minute (LPM) oxygen concentrator?

No, there is not a 12 liter or 12 LPM oxygen concentrator. The highest liter flow currently available for either home or portable unit is 10 liters per minute. View the highest rated 10 liter flow oxygen concentrators.

What home oxygen concentrators are the quietest?

Depending on the a stationary oxygen concentrator, you can get the oxygen you need without all the noise by choosing from the quietest home oxygen concentrators on the market. The Quietest Home/Stationary Oxygen Concentrators Those who require higher...

What portable oxygen concentrators are the quietest?

Portable Oxygen concentrators, since they’re working hard to draw in air from around you and convert it to pure, breathable oxygen, are never completely silent. They need to make a little bit of noise — a hiss or hum here and there — in order to function...

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