oxygen concentrator 9/10 lpm

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The Oxygen Concentrator 9/10 LPM is an Stationary oxygen concentrator is a provision of supplemental oxygen.

Portea is dedicated to delivering exceptional healthcare services, including the esteemed Oxygen Concentrator 9/10 LPMr for rent or sale. This device offers a dependable and economical option for oxygen therapy

We offer a range of superior healthcare services, including doctor consultations, physiotherapy, nursing home care, diagnostics and vaccination services. We are delighted to offer the dependable and affordable portable concentrator such as Oxlife Independence on rent and purchase. Engineered for user-friendliness and minimal upkeep, it ensures effective oxygen therapy. Rely on us for top-tier healthcare solutions tailored to your requirements.

Indication of Usage 

 COPD, interstitial lung disease, and other long-term respiratory disorders


The audience for Oxygen Concentrator 9/10 LPM are Pulmonologist, ENT, Critical Care, Neurologist, Intensivist and Internal Medicine

technical specifications

  • It provides a continuous flow of 0.5- 10 LPM with an oxygen purity of 93% 
  • A cost-effective and reliable device for oxygen therapy
  • The working principle is the Pressure Swing Adsorption Technique
  • Lightweight (25kg), compact, and extended durability with low power consumption and Oxygen Purity indication.
  • Noise Level- 40-50 dBA noise levels
  • Warranty- 2 years. 

brands & models available

Oxymed 10 LPM OC, Yuwell 10 LPM OC, Devilbiss 10 LPM



What is 10 LPM oxygen concentrator?

A 10 LPM oxygen concentrator is a medical device that delivers supplemental oxygen to patients who have difficulty breathing. It works by filtering the nitrogen from room air, leaving behind concentrated oxygen. This oxygen is then delivered to the patient through a nasal cannula or mask.

What is the maximum LPM of oxygen concentrator?

The maximum liter per minute (LPM) of an oxygen concentrator depends on the model, but most stationary concentrators can deliver up to 10 LPM. Portable concentrators typically have a lower output, usually around 3 LPM or less.

How much LPM oxygen is required?

Doctors prescribe supplemental oxygen levels in liters per minute (LPM), typically between 1 and 10. It’s common to start with 2 LPM, meaning 2 liters of oxygen flow to your nose per minute. Remember, only a doctor can determine the appropriate oxygen level for you.

Which is better: 5 Litre or 10 Litre oxygen concentrator?

Choosing between a 5-liter and 10-liter oxygen concentrator depends on your oxygen needs:

  • 5-liter: Suitable for up to 5 LPM requirements. Generally smaller, lighter, and more affordable.
  • 10-liter: Provides up to 10 LPM and is better suited for higher flow needs. However, it’s larger, heavier, and more expensive.

Where can I have my Oxygen Concentrator 9/10 LPM delivered?

The Oxygen Concentrator 9/10 LPM is accessible in Bangalore and can be delivered to cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and other tier 1 and tier 2 cities. You can conveniently rent or purchase Oxygen Concentrator 9/10 LPM online through Portea Medical Equipment, ensuring it reaches your doorstep at the best prices.

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