This Invacare Homefill system is designed to utilize an oxygen concentrator while simultaneously being used to fill a variety of oxygen tank sizes. The ability to travel with the oxygen tanks will give you the freedom to go out for shopping, dinner, movies and many other types of traveling that you otherwise may not be able to do.
These tank fill systems can be used for fish farming, jewelry, beadmaking,welding , HBOT, glass working to name a few additional applications.
This is an extremely reliable system and will give years of trouble free use.
START SAVING MONEY TODAY !!
HOMEFILL 2 TANK FILLING SYSTEM - - IN STOCK - FILL YOUR OWN TANKS.
Invacare Platinum 5 lpm oxygen concentrator with 1 year parts and labor warranty. Invacare Homefill 2 compressor with 90 day warranty for filling oxygen tanks. in stock and ready to ship immediately
OxygenPlus Medical Systems has been an industry leader in providing Both NEW and fully RECONDITIONED HOME AND PORTABLE OXYGEN CONCENTRATORS for over 25 years.
We have been rated by the BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU, AAA+ FOR OVER 25 YEARS !! BUY WITH CONFIDENCE .
Please feel free to contact one of our respiratory specialists at 540.297.3257 to assist in answering any questions you may have.
The Invacare HomeFill II Oxygen Tank filling Systems new standard Ambulatory Package includes the following:
1 Year Warranty on Concentrator 90 DAY Warranty on HomeFill Compressor (1) HomeFill II Compressor, tubing & Rack. (1) Perfecto2 Concentrator (1) M6 Tank (1) Conserver (1) Tank Carry Bag
HomeFill II Oxygen Compressor - The Invacare HomeFill II complete home oxygen system will revolutionize ambulatory oxygen by allowing patients to fill their own high-pressure cylinders from a concentrator. The HomeFill is a multi-stage pump that simply and safely compresses oxygen from a specially equipped Invacare 5-liter or 10-liter concentrator into oxygen cylinders in size ML4, ML6 and M9(c).
Connection and controls are designed for ease of operation Fill cylinders while patient continues to receive oxygen from concentrator Virtually eliminates the high service costs of frequent deliveries of cylinders and-or liquid oxygen Gives ambulatory patients greater freedom and independence Small and lightweight
Specifications: Electrical:120 VAC +- 10% at 60 Hz Power:Consumption: 200 watts Rated Current Input:2.0 amps
Pressure:14 - 21 psi
Oxygen:Output from concentrator: 0 - 3 lpm (while filling cylinder) Input: 0 - 2 lpm Dimensions:20.25"W x 15"H x 16"D Product Weight:33 lb Cylinder Filling Times:M6: 1 hr 25 min M9: 2 hr 20 min Quantity:1 per case Warranty: 90 DAYS
How does an oxygen concentrator work?
An Oxygen Concentrator is an electrical piece of equipment. You plug it in to the wall outlet of your home. Make sure it has at least 6 inches of room all around it to allow ample air flow. When you turn the machine on, it will bring in air from the room around it. First, the air passes through a couple of filters to clean the air before it enters the compressor. Once inside, the compressor will pump the air into a pair of Sieve Beds. Once the Sieve Beds are pressurized, the material inside called Zeolite will cling on to the Nitrogen, and pass on the Oxygen and other trace gasses to the patient. Every ten to twelve seconds, the internal Valves will switch the air from one Sieve Bed to the other. This produces a rhythmic "breathing" sound from your Oxygen Concentrator, and is normal. During the breathing of your Oxygen Concentrator, the Nitrogen that was in the Sieve Bed is released back in to the rooms atmosphere. Oxygen Concentrators are designed to run 24 hours a day, seven days a week if needed.
What percentage of oxygen does an Oxygen Concentrator deliver? Oxygen Concentrators are designed to reliably deliver 90% oxygen +/- 3% at any flow rate. This purity has been tested to be clinically acceptable for long-term oxygen therapy.
How often should I clean filters and other accessories? If equipped, the foam Cabinet Filter on your Oxygen Concentrator should be rinsed in your sink every week. Let it air dry before placing back in the Oxygen Concentrator. The bubble humidifier should be washed daily using a mild detergent and hot water. Tubing, Cannulas, etc are not to be cleaned. Simply dispose of and replace as needed.
Can I purchase a Low Flow (Pediatric) meter for my Oxygen Concentrator? Most Oxygen Concentrators can be ordered with, or retrofit with a Pediatric Flor Meter. Please call for availability.
What length of Oxygen Tubing can I use with my Oxygen Concentrator? The maximum recommendation is not to exceed a Bubble Humidifier, a 50 foot long extension hose, and a 7 foot long Nasal Cannula
How can I transport an Oxygen Concentrator in the car? The optimum way to transport an Oxygen Concentrator is to buckle it in to the back seat, or place it on the rear floor of your vehicle. If necessary, you can safely lay it on it's back in the trunk if it is securely held in place.
Can I use my Oxygen Concentrator overseas? The Oxygen Concentrators listed on this site are made specifically for US Voltage requirements, which is 110 Volts and 60Hz
What is Turn Down technology? This Oxygen Concentrator incorporates Turn Down technology. The internal Circuit Board constantly monitors the flow rate and will slow down the compressor at lower Flow Rates. As a result the unit runs cooler and less power is consumed. In turn, you will have a lower power bill, and the Oxygen Concentrator should run longer.
How can I tell if the oxygen purity is good? If equipped with a Low Purity Sensor, as long as the Green LED light is illuminated, you know that the Oxygen Concentrator is making at least 85% purity Oxygen. If for any reason the Purity falls below therapeutic levels, the Yellow LED light will illuminate. Contact your provider if you notice this.
5.0Based on 1 Reviews
100reviewers would recommend this productWrite a ReviewAsk a Question
Thank you for submitting a review!
Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!
Be a survivor and prepare for things like power grid failure BEFORE they occur.
Now I can store and refill oxygen tanks without depending on outside services, while continuing to use my own high quality oxygen concentrator. Additionally, I purchased a solar electricity source to charge batteries that power an inverter to provide AC power for the concentrator and compressor to run even if the electrical grid fails. This is peace of mind for someone who requires supplemental oxygen.