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Your Official Guide to Owgels Oxygen Concentrator

 

Getting Started with Your Oxygen Concentrator

 

What is an Oxygen Concentrator?

Oxygen Concentrator is a machine that purifies regular air into pure oxygen.

Why buy an oxygen concentrator?

- It is excellent for long term oxygen therapy 
- Patients receive smooth, uninterrupted flow of oxygen 
- It operates 24/7!
- Oxygen concentrators are inexpensive alternatives to oxygen tanks, without the refills and hassle

Who can use oxygen concentrators?

- Patients
- Healthcare Professionals
- Persons with Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Sleep Apnea, and others

 

Owgels Oxygen Concentrator Models & Features

 

Heavy Duty 10L

Medical Grade for Clinics & Hospitals

Dual, High-power Oxygen Outlets

Can Accommodate Two Individuals at the Same Time

Owgels Heavy Duty Touchscreen
 
 

Heavy Duty Touchscreen

Goes with an Outside Located Reset Button and a Nebulizer.

Easy Access to Humidifier Bottle

Low Noise Level Allows You to Use While Sleeping

Filters Located Outside of the Housing for Easy Maintenance

Nebulizer function

Owgels Heavy Duty Touchscreen
 
 

Heavy Duty 5L

Medical grade for clinics, hospitals, & home use

Dual Function, Can Operate as a Nebulizer or Oxygen Concentrator

Flow settings Continuous from 0LPM to 5LPM

 
 

Classic 603

Flow Setting Continuous From 0LPM to 3LPM

Oxygen Purity 30%~93% (adjustable)

Transportable

Dual Function, Oxygen Concentrator with Anion Function to Eliminate Harmful Air Particles

Owgels Classic 603
 
 

Compact Touchscreen

Flow Setting Continuous From 0LPM to 1LPM

Oxygen Purity 30%~93% (adjustable)

Perfect for headaches, dizziness, sleep apnea caused by cervical spondylosis. Used on students and professionals to be energized, as well as the pregnant and aged to keep healthy.

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Classic 803

Flow Setting Continuous From 0LPM to 1LPM

Transportable

Dual Function, can Operate as a Nebulizer or Oxygen Concentrator

Classic 803
 
 

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