Don’t miss out on the opportunity to enhance your hyperbaric chamber sessions. Order your oxygen concentrator online today from Hyperbaric Central and unlock the full potential of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
Oxygen Concentrators for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
The Oxygen Concentrator packed with the Velocity to Bypass Hyperbaric Pressure.
Both DeVilbiss and Nidek boast 20psi back pressure. Similar to a car running into the wind will lose velocity, flow is lost by oxygen hitting the pressure inside your hyperbaric chamber. 4psi can reduce oxygen flow down to a trickle when using a 10psi oxygen concentrator. Instead, use the 20psi – 10 liter oxygen concentrator with enough powered up pressure for smooth sailing air flow to your body.
If you’re looking for a high-quality oxygen concentrator at an affordable price, look no further than our selection at Hyperbaric Central. We carry the two best concentrators: the Drive DeVilbiss and the Airsep Newlife Intensity 10 Oxygen Concentrators. These are the highest quality hyperbaric therapy products available. Oxygen concentrators remove the nitrogen from this air, thus purifying the air and sending it to the recipient through an oxygen mask or nasal cannula.
Using an Oxygen Concentrator with Hyperbaric therapy effectively heightens the amount of oxygen planted into your blood plasma by 4 times.
That is, one hour of hyperbaric therapy with the concentrator equals 4 hours without. Experience the difference that purified oxygen can make — order an oxygen concentrator online today from Hyperbaric Central.
Hyperbaric Central has the best of the best for your choice of Oxygen Concentrators — The DeVilbiss & Airsep NewLife Intensity 10 liters — providing you with the best flow and the best back pressure.
There are 2 issues to consider when buying a concentrator:
Although most popular concentrators are at 5 liters of flow, 5 liters, or the higher 8 liter, unfortunately won’t do. In order to bypass the 4psi pressure of your chamber, minimum flow of any oxygen concentrator must be 10 liters.
Back Pressure (how many liters per minute)
Back pressure must be above the chamber pressure or it won’t have the power to bring concentrated air in. The higher the concentrator’s pressure, the easier it is for more pure oxygen to be concentrated and delivered to your body. Think of a car driving into the wind. The faster is goes, the better it cuts the wind.
You will love that while most concentrators rely on 10psi of back pressure, DeVilbiss and Airsep oxygen concentrators, exclusively, offer you the powerful 20psi pressure. Therefore, these concentrators won’t not have to strain to push pure air into the chamber, and then into your body.
20psi also outputs less noise environment, because it doesn’t have to strain in the process of bypassing your chamber’s pressure.
DeVilbiss and Airsep Oxygen Concentrators are the best at delivering more concentrated oxygen at the Best Price.