Drive DeVilbiss 10L Oxygen Concentrator

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    Drive DeVilbiss 10L Oxygen Concentrator

    • Product includes a starter kit which includes the following items: Nasal cannula X 2 units, 25' oxygen tubing with connectors. 
    • This product ships for free throughout Canada
    • Built upon the reliable features of the 525 concentrator, the 1025 Oxygen Concentrator is designed to provide optimal oxygen delivery for patients with varying flow requirements
    • Assembled in the USA and built in the same shell as the 5 Liter, the 10 Liter Concentrator is also compatible with cylinder transfill systems
    • Sold separately, the Transfill Caddy is designed with a steel frame to simply connect the 18 x 14 inch shelf, designed to support up to 40 lbs., to the DeVilbiss 10L Concentrator. Front view (Figure A), Rear View (Figure B)
    • With a weight of 42 lbs. and an identical footprint to the 525 unit, the 1025 is substantially smaller and lighter than competitive 10 Liter concentrators
    • Capable of delivering 87% to 96% of O2 purity from 2 to 10 LPM, the 10 Liter Concentrator is an ideal investment for your patients and business alike
    • Exclusive DeVilbiss OSD® (Oxygen Sensing Device), standard on every unit, monitors the oxygen produced and ensures patient safety and reliability for longer service intervals
    • Equipped with accessible patient controls, bright LEDs that can be seen from a distance, protected cannula fitting and recessed humidifier nook to prevent damage
    Specs
    Power Consumption 120VAC, 60Hz; 639W (avg)
    Oxygen Percentage 2-10 LPM, 87-96%
    Outlet Pressure 20.0 PSI ± 1.0 PSI
    Delivery Rate 2.0 to 10.0 LPM
    Product Width 13.5"
    Product Length 12"
    Product Height 24.5"
    Product Weight 42 lbs.
    Warranty

    3 Years


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    Frequently Asked Questions about the 10 liter 1025 Oxygen Concentrator

    How long does a 10l oxygen concentrator last?

    The lifespan of a 10L oxygen concentrator can vary depending on factors such as how often it is used, the maintenance and care it receives, and the quality of the machine. On average, a well-maintained 10L oxygen concentrator can last anywhere from 5 to 10 years. Regular servicing and proper cleaning can help prolong the life of the machine. 

    Which is better 5L or 10L oxygen concentrator? 

    The decision between a 5 Liter and a 10 Liter oxygen concentrator depends on the specific needs of the individual. 
    - For patients who require a lower flow rate of oxygen, such as those with mild to moderate respiratory conditions, a 5-liter oxygen concentrator may be sufficient. 
    - On the other hand, a 10-liter oxygen concentrator is better suited for patients who require a higher flow rate of oxygen, such as those with severe respiratory conditions. This larger device is more powerful and can provide a higher concentration of oxygen, making it ideal for patients with more advanced medical needs.
    Ultimately, the choice between a 5 liter and a 10 liter oxygen concentrator should be based on the recommendations of a healthcare provider and the specific oxygen requirements of the individual. 

    What is the weight of the Drive Devilbiss 10 Liter oxygen Concentrator?

    The unit weighs 42 lbs. 

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    SKU: 1025DS
    Barcode: 885304022466

    4 in stock

    $1,489.00 USD$1,117.00 USD

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      Description

      Drive DeVilbiss 10L Oxygen Concentrator

      • Product includes a starter kit which includes the following items: Nasal cannula X 2 units, 25' oxygen tubing with connectors. 
      • This product ships for free throughout Canada
      • Built upon the reliable features of the 525 concentrator, the 1025 Oxygen Concentrator is designed to provide optimal oxygen delivery for patients with varying flow requirements
      • Assembled in the USA and built in the same shell as the 5 Liter, the 10 Liter Concentrator is also compatible with cylinder transfill systems
      • Sold separately, the Transfill Caddy is designed with a steel frame to simply connect the 18 x 14 inch shelf, designed to support up to 40 lbs., to the DeVilbiss 10L Concentrator. Front view (Figure A), Rear View (Figure B)
      • With a weight of 42 lbs. and an identical footprint to the 525 unit, the 1025 is substantially smaller and lighter than competitive 10 Liter concentrators
      • Capable of delivering 87% to 96% of O2 purity from 2 to 10 LPM, the 10 Liter Concentrator is an ideal investment for your patients and business alike
      • Exclusive DeVilbiss OSD® (Oxygen Sensing Device), standard on every unit, monitors the oxygen produced and ensures patient safety and reliability for longer service intervals
      • Equipped with accessible patient controls, bright LEDs that can be seen from a distance, protected cannula fitting and recessed humidifier nook to prevent damage
      Specs
      Power Consumption 120VAC, 60Hz; 639W (avg)
      Oxygen Percentage 2-10 LPM, 87-96%
      Outlet Pressure 20.0 PSI ± 1.0 PSI
      Delivery Rate 2.0 to 10.0 LPM
      Product Width 13.5"
      Product Length 12"
      Product Height 24.5"
      Product Weight 42 lbs.
      Warranty

      3 Years


      Video

       

      Frequently Asked Questions about the 10 liter 1025 Oxygen Concentrator

      How long does a 10l oxygen concentrator last?

      The lifespan of a 10L oxygen concentrator can vary depending on factors such as how often it is used, the maintenance and care it receives, and the quality of the machine. On average, a well-maintained 10L oxygen concentrator can last anywhere from 5 to 10 years. Regular servicing and proper cleaning can help prolong the life of the machine. 

      Which is better 5L or 10L oxygen concentrator? 

      The decision between a 5 Liter and a 10 Liter oxygen concentrator depends on the specific needs of the individual. 
      - For patients who require a lower flow rate of oxygen, such as those with mild to moderate respiratory conditions, a 5-liter oxygen concentrator may be sufficient. 
      - On the other hand, a 10-liter oxygen concentrator is better suited for patients who require a higher flow rate of oxygen, such as those with severe respiratory conditions. This larger device is more powerful and can provide a higher concentration of oxygen, making it ideal for patients with more advanced medical needs.
      Ultimately, the choice between a 5 liter and a 10 liter oxygen concentrator should be based on the recommendations of a healthcare provider and the specific oxygen requirements of the individual. 

      What is the weight of the Drive Devilbiss 10 Liter oxygen Concentrator?

      The unit weighs 42 lbs. 

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