Ultrafill Home Oxygen System With
Everflo Q OPI Stationary Oxygen Concentrator (Bundle)
Philips Respironics Ultrafill Home Oxygen System
Filling your needs
UltraFill is an advanced home oxygen system that combines a stationary oxygen concentrator, filling station, and high-capacity 3,000 PSI cylinders to meet the needs of a wide range of oxygen patients, including those who are highly active or require continuous flow oxygen.
3,000 PSI Cylinder Advantage
Long-lasting 3,000 PSI cylinders provide high-usage oxygen patients with >40 percent more oxygen than similar sized 2,000 PSI cylinders.
The benefits are continuous
Another convenience of the UltraFill home oxygen system is that it allows oxygen patients the ability to fill tanks and receive oxygen therapy simultaneously. Unlike other oxygen generating systems, there is no need for the patient to switch to another device during the filling process.*
* When filling, 3 LPM of oxygen is available with a 5 liter concentrator (EverFlo and Millennium) and up to 7 LPM is available with a 10 liter concentrator (Millennium M10).
Philips Respironics Everflo Q OPI Stationary Oxygen Concentrator
Ultra-quiet Stationary Oxygen Concentrator
Respironics' compact, 31-pound EverFlo Q is the first ultra-quiet concentrator available at an affordable price. The new EverFlo Q combines the small size, light weight and low maintenance of our popular EverFlo oxygen concentrator, with the added value of an ultra-quiet sound level. With EverFlo Q, you get the benefits of an ultra-quiet concentrator without the burden of paying an ultra-large premium. And, that's good for you and your patients.
Features & BenefitsWith a sound level of 40 decibels, the new EverFlo Q can significantly reduce noise complaints while giving homecare providers a feature advantage that is attractive to patients and physicians. EverFlo Q is small and light — translating into lower shipping and storage costs and reduced risk of injury. Because EverFlo Q has only two filters, providers will spend less time and money on regular maintenance or repair calls.
The easy-to-use EverFlo Q is also attractive to your patients because it produces less heat and requires less electricity to operate.