Portable Oxygen Concentrator

RESJOY Portable Oxygen Concentrators offers both pulse and continuous flow portable oxygen concentrator. Featured in small, light and portable, RESJOY portable oxygen concentrators allow you to regain freedom and independence and keep active life as usual.

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Why Buy A Portable Oxygen Concentrator?

Portable oxygen concentrators, styled in freedom and flexibility, have become alternatives to oxygen tanks by more and more people for oxygen therapy.

Portable oxygen concentrators utilize the most recent technology to provide an inexhaustible supply of oxygen without the hassle of traditional oxygen tanks, making your daily life easier and increasing your confidence.

Benefits of A Portable Oxygen Concentrator

  • Easy to use
  • Improve sleep quality
  • Increases Stamina
  • Long-distance travel is possible
  • Increases Stamina
  • Improves Mental Alertness
  • Independent Lifestyle

Pulse Dose VS Continuous Flow 

There are two types of portable oxygen concentrator: continuous flow and pulse dose.

1. Continuous Flow Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Continuous flow oxygen concentrators deliver oxygen at a constant rate. It works without being affected by signals of inhaling or exhaling; thus, the continuous mode allows the oxygen machine to connect with a CPAP machine for sleep apnea treatment.

The continuous flow portable oxygen concentrators are usually bigger and heavier than pulse flow ones. Therefore, they usually provide higher oxygen demands and consume more battery power.

2. Pulse Flow Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Pulse flow oxygen concentrators deliver oxygen only when it detects the inhalation signals of the patient, and it stops when they exhale. Therefore, the pulse flow portable concentrators consume less battery power, and they are usually styled in a smaller size, lighter in weight. But since it works with breathing signals, it can not hook up to a CPAP or BiPAP machine.

How To Choose A Portable Oxygen Concentrator?

Here we list some factors in choosing a right portable oxygen concentrator. It doesn’t mean you have to choose an oxygen concentrator that meets all the requirements listed. Just try to choose the one that fits for you.

1. Prescription:

Consult your doctor about whether you require a pulse dose or continuous flow machine.

2. Weight:

Pulse flow portable oxygen generators are lighter in weight, while continuous flow machines are heavier. All of our continuous flow machines come with a travel cart for added mobility.

3. Battery duration:

The battery drains faster if subject to a higher prescribed pulse dose or continuous flow setting.

4. Spare Battery:

You may consider extra batteries if you often engage in outdoor activities such as shopping, traveling, fishing, etc.

No more being restricted at home – Keep active and get life back as usual with our small and lightweight portable oxygen concentrator. RESJOY offers both pulse flow and continuous flow portable oxygen concentrators to guarantee your oxygen therapy anytime, anywhere in-home, driving, or outdoors.