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Oxygen Concentrator

Servotech’s Oxygen Concentrator is designed especially with the aim of meeting the demands of auxiliary oxygen to the patients in need. This lightweight, noiseless, and portable oxygen concentrator device maintains a steady flow of oxygen which can be easily adjusted according to the patients need.

5 Ltr  Amount 

₹129990 – ₹44900 + GST

10 Ltr Amount 

₹169900 -₹89990 + GST

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Description

The ST-DE-2A Oxygen machine maintains a flow of 1-10 LPM instrumental in providing 24-hour continuous supply of oxygen. With an inbuilt pure copper oil-free compressor, the device ensures a seamless flow of oxygen. The oxygen concentrator is also powered by an Aluminium-Magnesium alloy cooling fan, promising an elongated life and enhanced performance. The equipment is extremely easy to use and comes with an HD LCD touchscreen,paired with an on-the-go power saving mode, which allows you to use the oxygen supply while sleeping.

The oxygen concentrators come in two variations, one which produces 5 LPM oxygen, and the other which produces 10 LPM oxygen. Both machines are paired with a pressure alarm, a power off alarm, and an abnormal voltage alarm. This medical grade oxygen generator weighs around 19-25kgs, with an input AC of 220V and 50Hz, and takes up less than 400VA of power, running continually for 2000hrs straight.

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Hospital

Switching to this sleek device in hospitals can ensure larger operational space for the surgical staff and low maintenance as compared to the traditional, bulky oxygen cylinders.  

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Clinic

Patients needing immediate oxygen support need not be rushed on ventilators, with Servotech’s oxygen concentrator their oxygen requirements could be quickly catered to and be brought back to normal.

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Home

Park it next to the patient’s bed, plug it in, and get an uninterrupted flow of oxygen for long hours. With adjustable flows between 1 to 10 LPM, you can make changes to the flow rate as per the patient’s oxygen requirement.

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Installation Guide

Servotech’s Oxygen Concentrator is instrumental in supplying a continual flow of oxygen for long duration. With an adjustable flow knob which can be set from 1 to 10 LPM, attendants can manage the flow of the oxygen according to the patient’s needs. An easy to operate user interface makes the device good to go for the patient too, and also functions in an extremely noise-free manner due to its oil-free copper compressor powered by German technology.

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frequently asked questions
Q. What is the best concentration of oxygen that can be achieved with the concentrator?

A. Anywhere between 92-95% is suggested optimal by doctors and physicians.

Q. How does a concentrator produce oxygen?

A.The compressor in the concentrator thrusts atmospheric air and the sieve bed releases it to the tank that is affixed to the cannula, a repeated loop of this cycle eventually separates the oxygen from the atmosphereand delivers air up that is to 95% of pure oxygen

Q. What is a Flow rate?

A. Flow rate indicates the rate at which oxygen is able to travel from the device to the patient. The ideal flow rate is advised by one’s doctor, and differs with every patient. Most concentrators, however, offer an adjustable flow rate of 1-10 LPLM.

Q. How many hours of oxygen can a concentrator provide?

A. On an average, most oxygen concentrators can provide 1500 to 2000 hours of uninterrupted oxygen supply.

Q. Can an oxygen concentrator device be used in sleep?

A. Yes. With most advanced machines coming in with HD LCD touchscreen, and paired with an on-the-go power saving mode, oxygen support can be assured while the patient is asleep.

Q. How long do sieve filters efficiently run for?

A. In hours, sieve filters can run for a good 20,000 hours, which means around 10-straight years.