|Oxygen Flow Rate:||0.5-3L/min||Purity:||93+/-3%|
|Display:||Touch Screen||Color:||White And Black|
Pregnant Women White Oxygen Concentrator,
93% Purity White Oxygen Concentrator,
3LPM Home Oxygen Concentrator
0.5-3LPM 93% Purity Factory Direct Supply White Cute Oxygen Concentrator CE Certificate Wholesale For Pregnant Women
|Oxygen Concentrator Flow Rate||0.5-3L min|
|Power Supply||AC220V+/-22V 50Hz+/-1Hz|
|Service Environment||Temperature:5 - 40℃; Humidity: Under 30 - 75% RH(No condensation)|
|Overall Dimensions(mm)||(W)350 x (D)210 x (H)600mm|
Instant humidifying cup for easy access;
Knob-controlled flow regulation, accurate and convenient;
High efficiency lithium molecular sieve;
Low decibel operation, quiet oxygen.
1 years for whole macnine;
3 years for Air Compressor;
Working Principle Description
Our home oxygen concentrator is the medical molecular sieve oxygen generator.
The concentrator takes clean compressed air as raw material and uses high efficiency lithium molecular sieve as adsorbent to produce oxygen from air under certain pressure.
The compressed air after purified and dried , were carried out in the adsorber by pressuring adsorption and decompression desorption. Due to the aerodynamic effect, the diffusion rate of nitrogen in the pores of lithium molecular sieve is much higher than that of oxygen. Nitrogen is preferentially adsorbed by lithium molecular sieve, and oxygen is enriched in the gas phase to form finished oxygen.
Then, the adsorbent desorbs the adsorbed impurities, such as nitrogen, to achieve regeneration after decompression to atmospheric pressure. Generally, two adsorption towers are set in the system, one is for adsorption and oxygen generation, the other is for desorption and regeneration.
PLC program controller is used to control the opening and closing of pneumatic valve to make the two towers circulate alternately, so as to obtain higher purity oxygen (93%±3).
Oxygen is a prescription drug in European and American countries and Japan. According to different needs of users, doctors will give appropriate prescription suggestions. Therefore, the quality of oxygen (including oxygen concentration, pressure and flow), the time of oxygen intake and the accuracy of oxygen flow are very important for users' home health care and oxygen therapy.
Patients who need constant oxygen at home or while they sleep are often prescribed home oxygen concentrators. Oxygen concentrators take air from your surroundings, extract oxygen and filter it into purified oxygen for you to breathe.
Oxygen can be drying to your nose so some patients use a humidifier bottle that can be attached to your home unit to help moisten the oxygen you inhale.
If you use a humidifier bottle, start by filling it with distilled water and attach it to the oxygen outlet. Then, plug your home oxygen concentrator into an electrical source. It needs to stay plugged in at all times to work properly. An alarm will sound if it is not plugged in or if there is an abrupt power failure.
Next, attach your nasal cannula or facemask and set the rate, which is prescribed to you by your doctor.
You will notice the oxygen is prescribed in number of liters per minute. The flow rate, or number of liters per minute, is your prescription. Do not self-adjust your oxygen flow rate without consulting your doctor. You can use a nasal cannula connected with a hose of up to 50 feet around your home. Be careful when you are walking so you do not trip on it.
Care for your system by washing your nasal cannula or face mask weekly with mild dish soap and warm water. Clean them more frequently if you are sick, and let air dry. Be sure not to get water in the tubing and replace it if it is damaged. You can get replacement tubing from your oxygen supplier.
Clean your humidifier bottle every three days with warm water and mild dish soap. Make sure you rinse out all of the soap with hot water. Then soak it in a vinegar and water solution for a few minutes to help get rid of any extra bacteria. Dry the bottle with a paper towel, and then let it air dry.
Clean the machine's filter once a month by removing the filter and dipping into a clean container filled with water and mild dish soap. Scrub the filter with a washcloth to remove any small pieces of dirt or dust and rinse it under water to remove all soap residues. Then set the filter on a clean, dry towel and let it air dry completely before putting it back in the machine.
A home oxygen concentrator can help you stay healthier and more active in your home.
Contact Person: Jack Shi