Oxygen concentrator generator is a medical device used to deliver oxygen to people with respiratory-related diseases. People with a low concentration of oxygen in their blood typically need an oxygen concentrator generator to replace oxygen.
Think of an oxygen concentrator generator as a window air conditioner. It takes in air, alters it, and delivers it in a different form. The concentrator takes in air and purifies it for personal use by individuals who need medical oxygen due to low oxygen levels in their blood.
The compressed air is used as a cooling mechanism to prevent the concentrator from overheating;
It inhales the surrounding air;
Delivery settings are adjusted using electronic interfaces;
Nitrogen is removed from the air through sieve bed and filters;
Purified oxygen is delivered through a mask or nasal cannula.
Oxygen concentrator generator is also equipped with special filters and sieve beds to help remove nitrogen from the air in order to ensure that completely purified oxygen is delivered to patients. These devices also come with an electronic user interface, so that you can adjust the level of oxygen concentration and delivery settings. Then, you inhale oxygen through a nasal cannula or a special mask.
You usually measure the output of an oxygen concentrator generator in LPM (liters per minute). Your doctor will determine the level of oxygen you need, which may vary during rest, sleep, and exercise.
The oxygen concentrator generator refers to the medical molecular sieve PSA oxygen-making system. It uses the molecular sieve as an adsorbent to utilize the characteristics of molecular sieve to increase the adsorption capacity of nitrogen (adsorbate) in the air when pressurizing, and reduce the adsorption capacity of nitrogen in the air when depressurizing. This forms a fast circulation process of pressurized adsorption and depressurizing desorption, which allows oxygen and nitrogen in the air to be separated. Carbon dioxide, gaseous acids and other gaseous oxides in the air are highly polar substances and are difficult to pass through the molecular sieve, thereby ensuring that the oxygen produced has a purity of over 93%.
The medical oxygen concentrator generator has a wide range of applications, but mainly falls into three categories.
The first is for medical use, where some respiratory system diseases or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease may require oxygen supply. In this case, a medical oxygen concentrator generator is needed. Of course, other severe hypoxic patients, such as carbon monoxide poisoning, also need it.
The second is for health care. For example, in middle-aged and elderly people, pregnant women, and students under high pressure, short-term hypoxia reactions may occur after heavy physical or mental consumption. At this time, an oxygen concentrator generator is needed to avoid long-term effects caused by temporary hypoxia.
The third is as a main device for small and medium-sized hospitals. For example, some remote mountainous areas, mountainous areas, and high-altitude areas are prone to hypoxia. If medical oxygen concentrator generator are not equipped, unnecessary injuries may occur when it is necessary to use them later.