How to Use & Maintain an Oxygen Concentrator?

Last modified: June 18, 2019

Every machine needs maintenance and an Oxygen Concentrator is no different although the maintenance required is minimal.

Before learning how to maintain your Oxygen machine properly one should know how to initialize/use it.

Instructions for using an Oxygen Concentrator

Using an oxygen concentrator is as simple as running a television. The following steps need to be followed:

  1. Switch ‘ON’ main power source where the power cord of the Oxygen Concentrator is connected
  2. Place the machine in a well ventilated location preferably 1-2 ft. away from the wall so that the intake and exhaust have clear access
  3. Connect the humidifier (Usually required for Continuous Oxygen flow more than 2-3 LPM)
  4. Ensure that the particle filter is in place
  5. Connect the Nasal Cannula/Mask and ensure that the tubing is not kinked
  6. Turn-on the machine by pressing the ‘Power’ button/switch on the machine
  7. Set the Oxygen flow as prescribed by the physician on the flow-meter
  8. Bubble out Oxygen by putting the outlet of Nasal Cannula into a glass of water, this would ensure the flow of Oxygen
  9. Breathe through Nasal Cannula/Mask

Maintaining your Oxygen Concentrator

There are few things that patient or patient’s caregiver need to keep in mind while using their Oxygen Machines. Some of these things require special attention while some are just basic maintenance practices.

  1. Using a Voltage Stabilizer

    In many countries, people face the problem of voltage fluctuation. This problem can be the killer of not just oxygen concentrator but any household electrical equipment.

    After a power cut the power comes back with such high voltage that it can affect the compressor. This problem can be solved by using a good quality voltage stabilizer. Voltage stabilizer stabilizes the voltage fluctuation and hence improves the life of the stationary oxygen concentrator.

    It is not mandatory to use a voltage stabilizer but it is recommended; after all, you will be spending a lot of money to buy an oxygen concentrator and there is no harm in spending a few more bucks to buy a voltage stabilizer.

  2. Placement of the Oxygen Concentrator

    Oxygen concentrator can be kept anywhere inside the house; but while operating, it should be kept one feet away from the walls, bed, sofa, etc.

    There should be 1-2 ft. of vacant space around the air-inlet of your oxygen concentrator as the compressor inside the machine needs space to take in sufficient amount of room air which will be concentrated to pure Oxygen inside the machine. (Air-inlet can be on the back, front or sides of the machine – depends on the model).

    If enough gap is not provided for the air intake, then there is a possibility that the compressor of the machine might heat up as it wont be able take in sufficient amount of ambient air and the machine will give an alarm.

  3. The Dust Factor

    The dust in the environment plays a very important role in early service requirement of the machine.

    The airs impurities like dust particles which gets filtered out by the filters of the machine. These filters get choked after few months totally depending upon the dust level in the atmosphere inside the room.

    When the filter gets choked then the oxygen’s purity drops. Most of the machines start giving alarm when this happens. The filters need to be replaced periodically in such cases.

    Though it is impossible to eliminate dust from air but you should avoid using your Oxygen Machine in a dusty environment; also basic precautionary measures can be taken to reduce it like whenever house is being cleaned, machine can be switched off & covered because the amount of dust level increases drastically during house cleaning.

    The machine, if used at this time can suck in all the dust causing the filter to get choked soon.

  4. Resting the Machine

    Oxygen concentrators are made in such a way that they can run for 24 hours. But at times, they face the problem of heating up and stopping abruptly.

    Therefore, after continuous usage of 7-8 hours, the concentrator should be given a rest of 20-30 minutes.

    After 20-30 minutes the patient can turn the concentrator on and use it for another 7-8 hours before giving it a rest of 20-30 minutes again.

    When the machine is switched off, then the patient can use the standby cylinder. This will improve the life of the compressor of concentrator.

  5. Mouse in the house

    The stationary Oxygen concentrators face a huge challenge from the mouse running around in the house.

    In most of the stationary oxygen concentrators there are vents under or behind the machine.

    While the machine is being operated, the mouse is unable to get inside the machine.

    But when the machine is stopped then the mouse can get inside and create nuisance like chewing the wires and urinating on circuit board (PCB) of the machine. Once water goes into the circuit board then the machine breaks down. PCBs unlike the filters are quite expensive.

  6. Filters

    In some machines there is a cabinet/external filter outside that can be taken out easily. This filter should be cleaned once in a week (or more frequently depending upon operating conditions) with soap water. Note that it should be dried completely before putting back in the machine.

    The internal filters should be replaced by the authorized service engineer of your equipment provider only. These filters require replacement less often.

  7. Humidifier Cleaning practices

    • Clean drinking water should be used for humidification to avoid/delay any blockages in holes of the bottle in long term
    • The water should not be less/more than the respective min/max water level marks on the bottle
    • Water in the bottle should be replaced once in 2 days
    • Bottle should be cleaned from inside once in 2 days
  8. Basic precautionary measures and cleaning practices

    • The machine should not be moved on rough terrains where the wheels of the machine might break. It is highly recommended to lift the machine in such cases and then move.
    • The Oxygen tube should not have any kinks or leakage from the oxygen outlet where it is attached to the nasal prongs.
    • Water should not be spilled over the machine
    • Machine should not be kept near fire or smoke
    • The outside cabinet of the machine should be cleaned with a mild household cleaner applied using a sponge/damped cloth and then wipe all the surfaces dry. Do not allow any liquid to get inside the device
Related Article: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Summary

  • Use a good quality voltage stabilizer
  • Keep the concentrator 1-2 ft. away from all walls
  • Avoid using machine in dusty environment
  • Get regular performance checks done
  • Do not run the machine continuously for long durations. Give it some rest.
  • Use clean water in humidifier and replace it every 2 days.

All the above stated measures will improve the life of the oxygen concentrator and reduce your expenditure on repair/service of machine.

However, a concentrator can still break down anytime as after all it is a machine. Therefore, it is highly recommended to keep a standby cylinder with you always because a service engineer would also take some time to reach your home to repair the concentrator. One should ideally keep a backup cylinder that would last for 24 hours.

Comments

Harold Scharf
Posted from USA on: 2017-12-18 at 07:25:35
Should I run the oxygen generator with the anion on?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-12-18 at 22:05:16
Hi Harold, can you please explain your question in detail?
Akbarpasha Shaik
Posted from India on: 2017-12-17 at 11:15:29
Hi sir Can you please let me know, where can I get the external filters for my OWGELS 5L concentrator???
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-12-17 at 22:23:45
Hi Akbarpasha, you can use our dealer finder tool to find Owgel oxygen concentrator dealers near you.
Ankur
Replied from india on: 2017-12-28 at 07:01:31
Dear Akbarpasha, please send a mail to ankurgarg@medequip.co.in to get the External Filters of Owgels 5L machine.
Patricia Kurfess
Posted from United States on: 2017-12-16 at 19:38:01
Trying to plug my stationary concentrator into a timer for easier on/off. Concentrator "on" alarm keeps sounding when the timer is in the off position. Any ideas?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-12-17 at 22:21:43
Hi Patricia, which oxygen concentrator are you talking about?
James Jeson
Posted from USA on: 2017-11-22 at 17:15:35
What does the Anion button do?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-11-26 at 22:48:30
Hi James, what is an anion button?
Hillary
Posted from USA on: 2017-10-20 at 08:16:59
Just purchased the InogenOne G4. Disappointed it produces air pulses rather than continues air. Is tbere a setting for continuous air flow. How long of an adjustment period?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-10-22 at 23:24:15
Hi Hillary, there is no setting for continuous flow. Inogen One G4 is a pulse flow oxygen concentrator.
KLH
Posted on: 2017-10-19 at 09:33:49
I have had an O2 concentrator since 2012. I just realized they never changed the filer. Thats 5 years, is this harmful
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-10-22 at 23:17:56
Hi there, 5 years is way too long time for the filter not getting changed. We would recommend to get your machine checked. Does your machine gives alarm?
Cathy MacPhee
Posted from Canada on: 2017-10-16 at 12:00:37
My oxygen supplier has changed my condenser to a self cleaning one....how do I know it is cleaning properly?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-10-16 at 12:10:19
Hi Cathy, which oxygen concentrator are you using?
Susan Murpby
Posted from USA on: 2017-10-11 at 23:58:04
Concentrator O2 flow drops after 2 weeks of use. Has happened twice 2 different machines using supplement each time. Is this normal for these machines?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-10-12 at 00:23:57
Hi Susan, if by oxygen flow you mean oxygen purity then this is not normal. You should contact your service provider. If by oxygen flow you mean that the patient is feeling that he / she is not feeling the oxygen coming out of the machine then you should clean the nasal cannula and humidifier bottle.
Shyne
Posted on: 2017-10-08 at 02:24:27
Hello, We've the oxytime concentrator which haven't been used in almost a year. After cleaning the filters and changing the tubes, We've had to put our mum on it and after 5 hours of operation noticed the alarm beeping non-stop as it is. I'd appreciate your kind advise
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-10-09 at 00:26:10
Hi Shyne, we have not reviewed oxytime oxygen concentrator yet so we are not well versed with its alarm system. But from what it looks on the surface it seems there is some problem with the sieve beds as they get affected if the machine is kept unused from a long time.
Connie Roberson
Posted on: 2017-09-13 at 15:56:47
The concentrator heats the room up so much! We wanted to know if it can be put on our attached carport.
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-10-08 at 23:18:44
Hi Connie, if it is a portable concentrator then you can connect it to the carport. A stationary oxygen concentrator cannot be connected to a carport.
Connie Roberson
Replied from USA on: 2017-10-08 at 23:36:42
Thank you so much for getting back with me! It is a portable concentrator. It throws out so much heat
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-10-08 at 23:54:53
Connie, usually concentrators do heats up a bit while running but not to the extent where it creates a problem for the person near / using it. This is because the concentrator throws out the nitrogen which it has adsorbed from the air. This is a completely normal process. If you feel that it is getting heated up or throwing warm air to the extent where it is becoming a problem for the person near / using it then you should definitely get the machine checked with your service provider.
Connie Roberson
Replied from USA on: 2017-10-09 at 00:16:55
Good to know! I thought it was normal for it to throw out this much heat. Company is supposed to svc it the 19th of this month but I will call them in the morning.
Phillip Teagarden
Posted from USA on: 2017-09-10 at 17:23:46
can I run the concentrator in a damp basement
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-09-11 at 00:37:35
Hi Philip, you can run the concentrator in damp basement but it is not recommended since it is an electric machine and should not be exposed to water. If you do run the concentrator in your damp basement, make sure that water does not get into the machine.
janice nevill
Posted from ontario canada on: 2017-09-07 at 20:41:24
I purchased a used everflo oxygen concentrator. when I got it home realized it has a terrible smoke smell. One of the respirtory business told me theres something they use to get the smell out of the machines. But they will not tell me. do you know of anything that will help we are ordering all of the filters but not sure if that will be all it needs or not,. and dont want to start it up and pollute the new filters if it needs a more thorough cleaning. could you please let me know ASAP as I would really like this to work.
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-09-08 at 04:48:53
Hi Janice, you should take the oxygen concentrator to your equipment provider as there seems to be a problem with your machine. A concentrator never smells like smoke, specially a new one. It is highly unlikely that changing of filters will solve the problem. This smoky smell could be due to burning of an electric circuit inside the machine.
janice Nevill
Replied from Canada on: 2017-09-08 at 08:56:39
my machine wasnt purchased brand new . it was purchased from a home where and elderly woman had used it for 6 mths and then passed away. the only thing is that they smoked in the house wondering how to get that smell out. sorry I didnt make my self more clear. I was told that there is something but none of the business that service the machines will tell me . PLEASE HELP ME
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-09-11 at 00:35:26
Janice, only a service center can help you out with this as the machine needs inspection. If the service centers are not helping you out then you need to contact Philips Respironics directly.
Callum Palmer
Posted on: 2017-08-30 at 18:47:30
These are some very good points, especially about giving the oxygen concentrator a chance to cool down. After all, just like any other machine, they can be prone to heating up sometimes. Because of this, you need to remember to give them a break every once in a while to prevent any serious damage to the machine.
Ken
Posted on: 2017-07-13 at 15:49:27
I am replacing the inner filter on my Invcare Profecto 2..Filter has two stickers on the top I am not sure which one to remove over the top or bottom hole in filter housing..Could you help please?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-07-14 at 00:46:38
Hi Ken, we won't be able to help you with this.
Amy cee
Posted from U.S on: 2017-07-12 at 06:14:51
I have been using o2 for about a month now but seek to develop a cold after a night with using oxygen. I have also experienced really bad neck pain. Is this from the oxygen use or simply a coincidence? I always feel cold symptoms after using oxygen concentrator.
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-07-12 at 06:58:01
Hi Amy, some people experience allergic reaction to Nasal cannula, neck pain could be a coincidence. Consult your physician regarding the issue.
Mary yanoolis
Posted from US on: 2017-06-20 at 07:42:38
Where can I get home service for my oxygen concentrater
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-06-20 at 07:56:26
Hi Mary, currently we don't have the database for service providers in USA. You will have to contact your equipment provider or equipment manufacturer.
Rakesh
Posted on: 2017-06-19 at 09:56:07
Hi, is there any kind of side effects from the use of such machine ? My doctor has recommended it but he did not mention anything regarding the amount of usage .
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-06-19 at 23:02:39
Hi Rakesh, there is no side effect of using an oxygen concentrator if you stick to the prescribed level. However if you take oxygen more than that you have been prescribed for long period of time then it may cause oxygen toxicity. Coming to your second point, you will have to ask the doctor to tell the Liters per minute (LPM) of oxygen.
Priya manivannan
Posted from India on: 2017-06-18 at 02:20:58
Hi, my mother in law was using oxygen concentrator with bipap from 2010 to 2012. It's was used as 5 hours per day. When she achieved Target saturation it was weaned. Right now is under the circumstance to use it again. Can we use the same concentrator and what all steps to be taken to check it's working status. Waiting for your response
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-06-19 at 01:07:15
Hi Priya, you can use the same concentrator. All you need to do is check the machine's oxygen purity using an oxygen analyser and if it is above 85% then the oxygen concentrator is good to go.
Pam
Posted from USA on: 2017-06-17 at 12:44:07
The concentrator in my tiny apartment heats it up so much my air con is wasted. Can I put the concentrator outside on my covered porch? I live in the hill country of Texas
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-06-19 at 01:08:26
Hi Pam, you can keep the oxygen concentrator on your porch.
Marion Surma
Posted from USA on: 2017-05-27 at 11:31:16
Can the use of oxygen cause you to stop sense of smell and taste? Thanks
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-05-28 at 23:15:46
Hi Marion, the use of oxygen does not affect your senses unless you are taking more oxygen than it has been prescribed by your doctor.
June Maw
Posted from United States on: 2017-05-20 at 12:36:04
Can my house or stationary concentrator be laid on side or back to transport?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-05-22 at 23:31:09
Hi June, there is no guide by the manufacturers on how to transport a stationary concentrator but from what we have seen it is always better to keep the concentrator in upright position. While transporting if you are laying the concentrator on back or side, make sure it is fixed and does not move too much while the car is running as this can cause damage to the internal parts.
Ed Gabriel
Posted from United States on: 2017-05-17 at 07:07:36
After a year our respironics concentrator got louder, changing the filter did not help.
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-05-17 at 07:16:50
Hi Ed, it could be due to some issue in the compressor or some part of the machine must have got loose. You will have to take the concentrator to your equipment provider.
Vinuta
Posted from India on: 2017-04-19 at 08:25:03
Hi, My mother has been using Philips oxygen concentrator, its been a year since she's using it. She complains that when she inhales the air through the concentrator she feels that the air is dusty and she starts coughing. When we clean the concentrator for a day or two she wont have this feeling but after few days again there is same problem
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-05-01 at 04:05:32
Hi Vinuta, this doesn't happen normally. Kindly contact your equipment provider to check if all the filters are in good condition.
Michael cook
Posted from U S on: 2017-04-14 at 12:27:20
Can I operate an oxygen concentrator in a closet 4'X5' closet and maintain 2 1/2 ft clearance safely ?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-04-16 at 04:22:54
Hi Michael, you should not operate the oxygen concentrator in a closet because of 2 reasons:
-It needs fresh air supply to give proper oxygen output
-It would heat up after 30-40 minutes of operation
Warren
Replied from USA on: 2017-06-25 at 14:48:04
You can If you leave the door: 🚪 open a bit
Hazel Merz
Posted from USA on: 2017-04-12 at 08:06:30
Should the tubing be stored away during the day when not in use or can I leave it out?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-04-12 at 08:11:24
Hi Hazel, you can leave out the tubing, it won't make a difference.
gregoria ortilla
Posted from United States on: 2017-03-18 at 10:14:30
my philips respironics simply go keeps on turning on and off every minute automatically, what should i do?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-03-22 at 07:08:26
Hi Gregoria, you should take the oxygen concentrator to your service provider. Usually this issue arises due to some problem in the compressor.
P Balasubramaniam
Posted from India on: 2017-02-24 at 07:21:36
My wife is COPD patient got discharged from Hospital on 23/1.asked to use 1-2lts pm oxygen concentrator, may be for a long time or life time and Bipap for 3 months. My question is which conentrator make is suggested and in case power is interupted back power of what capacity is recommended. It is seen that Battery back up concentrators are very costly. Mobility of myself being limited going out of the house for temporary travel portable one planned to be used like oxygen cylinder. please advise
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-03-22 at 07:32:44
Hi Balasubramaniam, has the doctor recommended pulse flow or continuous flow of oxygen? Also, you can compare different oxygen concentrators by following this link. Coming to your second question, for a 5 LPM home oxygen concentrator you can use 1.5 KVA inverter for power backup.
Sheila
Posted from Canada on: 2017-02-15 at 20:55:13
I was wondering if it's okay to have my oreck purifier on as the same time as my oxygen concentrator. It is 2 feet away from it.
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-03-22 at 07:09:49
Hi Sheila, there is no problem in keeping the air purifier in the same room with oxygen concentrator. Just make sure that they have sufficient distance between them.
Sriram S
Posted from India on: 2017-02-14 at 05:42:49
What is the power consumption of an oxygen concentrator?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-03-22 at 07:12:16
Hi Sriram, the power consumption is different for all concentrators and varies between 110W and 600W
Ingrid Thom
Posted from United States on: 2017-02-12 at 08:09:52
Why does my Easy Flow machine cut off after 20 mins. It used to run for 2 hrs. continuously
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-03-22 at 07:15:15
Hi Ingrid, you should take the concentrator to your service provider. Stationary concentrators are made to work for hours at a stretch without stopping.
dr padeep kashyap
Posted from India on: 2017-02-09 at 08:10:36
I am using Philpis respironics , what type of Voltage stabilizer should I use with it, I mean of Which Kv 0.5,1 or 1.5?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-03-22 at 07:22:47
Hi Dr. Pradeep, 1.5 KVA voltage stabilizer will work well with Philips Respironics.
Robert
Posted from USA on: 2017-01-23 at 17:04:55
Hi, My simply go works fine on pulse but when I set it to continueous the alarm comes on and it shuts down after about 2 minutes.
Carmencita
Posted from Usa on: 2017-01-06 at 23:25:34
After I turned off the oxygen. The canister with water is still bubbling. Is that a problem?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2017-03-22 at 07:27:20
Hi Carmencita, this is a normal phenomenon and you should not worry about it as there is no problem with your concentrator. Oxygen keeps coming out for sometime after you turn off the machine because the sieve beds in the machine empty themselves of the oxygen they produce while the machine was switched ON.
Diane Swwenson
Posted on: 2016-09-02 at 11:02:46
My ever go concentrator runs for 30 minutes and the symbol technical fault alarm goes on what could cause this, shut unit off it starts fine with alarm going on again in exactly 30 minutes.
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2016-09-23 at 01:54:02
Hi Diane, you need to contact your equipment provider to request a service.
Brendon withers
Posted from Australia on: 2016-08-30 at 09:42:40
During winter our sons oxygen concentrator is in his room with windows shut and the door nearly closed. The temp because of the machine is always 1-2 degrees higher than other rooms. Lately his Drs have said his co2 levels are high. I am wondering if the machine has been contributing to this as it depleted the o2 in the room. Tonight I moved it outside his door to a well ventilated area. Thoughts?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2016-09-23 at 01:53:12
Hi Brendon, the effect of oxygen concentrator in O2 levels of a room is negligible. The elevated CO2 levels can be due to other biological reasons.
Bimalesh
Posted from India on: 2016-08-23 at 03:07:08
I am using Philips Respironics Simply Go oxygen concentrator. How do I know when to get filters cleaned and how to set alarm for low oxygen supply.
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2016-08-29 at 00:04:39
Hi Bimalesh, alarms are inbuilt in the machine. You can not set them manually.
Lauren
Posted on: 2016-07-23 at 15:18:14
Does O2 fill the house if the concentrator is turned on but the cannula isn't in my nose?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2016-07-28 at 06:33:04
Hi Lauren, there is no effect on oxygen levels of the house if you are not breathing through the cannula.
Frikkie
Posted from South Africa on: 2016-06-10 at 17:50:47
The yellow light is costantly burning and its not making oxygen any more...URGENT
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2016-06-13 at 02:56:11
Hi Frikkie, which concentrator are you using?
Sangeetha
Posted from India on: 2016-05-27 at 11:37:36
Hi , Can i use voltage booster cum stabilizer for oxygen concentrator because of low voltage in my area it is not switching on . During this time we use with power backup.
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2016-06-13 at 02:55:29
Hi Sangeetha, your concentrator should work well with the AC voltage booster cum stabilizer.
Stefan Stevens
Posted on: 2016-05-22 at 09:15:11
Excellent very informative website. I myself work in the medical instrumentation field and this site was the clearest explaining the principle of the modern O2 concentrators. I do have a question which is not technical. I would like to purchase an O2 concentrator for my grandma in Europe and take it with me on my next trip. I understand I need a doctor's order for this. Would my grandma's European doctor's order be accepted here in the US? Thanks. Stefan.
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2016-06-13 at 02:51:36
Hi Stefan, we don't have much information on this, but people do carry their oxygen concentrators in different parts of the world with their local doctor's prescription without facing any problem.
Faisal Malik
Posted from Pakistan on: 2016-05-14 at 06:10:44
Hi.. I am facing a problem. My machine has started giving (oxygen output) WARM air through cannula. It was ok till the last night. But when I started the machine today it is giving warm air. It happened first time. Is it due to warm environment or a fault? I am using Philips Respironics and it is used only for 300hrs. Please help.
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2016-05-16 at 00:56:30
Hi Faisal, this is most likely because of warm environment. The temperature of oxygen in output is same as that of room air.
Dottie Sterbenz
Posted from United States on: 2016-04-10 at 13:02:59
How do you calculate %oxygen on a concentrator?
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2016-04-24 at 00:02:26
Hi Dottie, there are special oxygen analysers to calculate the purity of oxygen coming out of the machine.
Rama krishna
Posted on: 2015-12-09 at 10:50:10
Can I use portable oxygen concentrator inside a closed room for 7-8 hours?(because of winter)
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2015-12-09 at 14:33:49
Yes there is no problem in using a portable oxygen concentrator inside a closed room for 7-8 hours.
Moussa Rizk
Posted from Lebanon on: 2015-08-11 at 15:29:18
Is it good to keep the machine operating inside the closed room , or better on the balcony
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2015-08-12 at 06:37:40
Hi Moussa, it doesn't make a difference whether you operate the machine inside a closed room or balcony. While operating, just make sure that it is about 1-2 ft away from the wall.
Dolly Jadhav
Posted from India on: 2015-07-13 at 08:01:21
Can i use this machine for medi-facials. Like oxy-infusion therapy. I m planning to run a skin clinic for now my budget is so tight. Can i attach oxy sprayer or spluntter in this machine and where can i buy it. How much pressure i needed to infude oxygen into last layer of epidermis and for that which machine i should buy. Thanks
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2015-07-13 at 23:24:43
Hello Dolly, your query has been forwarded to the subject expert and we expect her to post a reply on this soon.
Parul
Replied on: 2015-07-16 at 01:47:24
Hi Dolly. We, Leader Healthcare India thank you for your interest in Oxyfacial. Yeah, oxygen can be attached to deliver the serum. The flow which usually works is 3-5 LPM with 7-9 psi pressure. Kindly provide your contact details so that we can understand your requirement and connect better. Thanks!
Oxygen Times
Replied on: 2015-07-16 at 03:56:54
Hi Parul, Dolly's email address has been mailed to you.


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