Collection: HOME OXYGEN

Home Oxygen Concentrators 

An oxygen concentrator concentrates oxygen in the surrounding air for medical use. In the case of a home oxygen concentrator, this means that the air that is inside the home will be purified so that it is easier to breathe. These kinds of oxygen concentrators for sale are plugged into the wall and deliver a continuous source of oxygen to a person that needs the assistance of a machine to breathe. There are many advantages to them, and O2 Assist is proud to detail them. Continue reading below to learn more. 

How Do Oxygen Concentrators for Home Work? 

Oxygen concentrators for home use do not require tanks or constant refilling to supply oxygen. Instead, they grab air from the surrounding area to deliver concentrated oxygen directly to the user by removing the nitrogen from it and compressing the air. The concentrator needs to be constantly plugged into the wall or power source to be working correctly. 

What Are the Pros and Cons of Oxygen Concentrator Machines for Home Use? 

Oxygen concentrators for home use offer distinct advantages and disadvantages. One of the most important advantages is the fact that the quality of the oxygen is much greater than usual and also the continuous strong flow of oxygen is better equipped for people that have more complicated diseases like COPD. If you have these kinds of diseases or conditions, an in-home oxygen concentrator is best for you. 


One of the primary disadvantages of a home oxygen concentrator is the fact that it wastes plenty of electricity and that it requires that the user is in the same room as the concentrator at all times. However, as technology has advanced, many businesses have begun to make more lightweight and comfortable machines for users. 

What Are the Best Home Oxygen Concentrators for Me? 

The kind of oxygen concentrator that you use will be largely dependent on the conditions that you are suffering from and the kind of power that you require. For example, a COVID patient that has difficulty breathing will be much more different than someone that has severe COPD. Since oxygen concentrators require a prescription, we recommend that you speak to a medical professional to determine which is the best option for you. 

More About Our Oxygen Supply Store

O2 Assist is an oxygen supply store that is dedicated to helping patients that need supplemental oxygen find the best oxygen concentrator for them, whether it be a portable oxygen concentrator for sale or an at-home one. We work with our patients to improve their quality of life through our top selection of carrying oxygen machines, rechargeable oxygen machines, oxygen concentrator accessories, and much more. Contact our medical oxygen supply store today to learn more today. 

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