EverFlo Concentrator with OPI

Philips Respironics


EverFlo Oxygen Concentrator is great for home oxygen users who are tired of big noisy machines or inconvenient oxygen tanks. EverFlo's advanced motor, low power usage, and lightweight, durable construction make it easy, convenient, and unobtrusive at home in almost any environment. This item requires a medical prescription. This can be emailed to shop@cpapmachines.ca. This unit is not available in Ontario.
Additional Info

Includes oxygen purity indicator (OPI) for increased security - allows to ultrasonically measures oxygen output as a purity indication. With OPI a light on the front of the EverFlo device will turn orange and sound an alarm if oxygen levels ever deviate from acceptable purity levels. Low maintenance for reduced service costs - no homecare provider filter change for two years.

Patients do not ever have to change filters. Lower power consumption makes EverFlo patient-friendly - The system uses less electricity and produces less heat. Humidifier Bottle Platform for extra flexibility - The platform is designed to be compatible with all bottle styles and features an easy-to-use closure. Recessed flow meter reduces accidental breakage - durable metal cannula is less likely to break.

  • Concentrator comes with AC power cord, manual and 5 oxygen cannulas.
  • 3-Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • Input voltage: 120 VAC +/- 10%
  • Input frequency: 60 Hz
  • Average power consumption: 350 watts
  • Oxygen concentration*: (at 5 lpm) 93% (+/- 3%)
  • Litre flow: 0.5 to 5 litres per minute
  • Weight: 31 lbs (14 kg)
  • Colour: blue
  • Dimensions: 23 x 15 x 9.5 inches
  • Sound level: 45 dBA typical
  • Required maintenance Compressor intake filter: change every 2 years OPI (oxygen percentage indicator) Low oxygen: 82%, very low oxygen: 70% alarm levels
  • Operating temperature: 55°F to 90°F (12°C to 32°C)
  • Storage/transport humidity: -30°F to 160°F (-34°C to 71°C) up to 95% relative humidity
  • Operating humidity: Up to 95% relative humidity
  • Outlet pressure: 5.5 PSI
  • Operating altitude: 0 to 7,500’ (0 to 2,286 m)


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