Yuwell Oxygen Concentrator 8F-5A 5LPM

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A high quality Yuwell Oxygen Concentrator is all you need. Meticulous and caring, durable and lasting, comfortable and at ease, quiet and relaxing, the Yuwell Oxygen Concentrator provides stability and reliability.


    • Nasal Oxygen Cannula
    • User's Manual
    • Humidifier
    • Remote
      Warranty Information
      • 2 years excluding consumable items
      Warranty Details

      Exceptional Features

      High Oxygen Concentration

      Engineered to deliver a high oxygen concentration at 5 liters per minute, it ensures optimal respiratory support for patients.

      Reliable & Safe

      As a global sales leader in advanced medical-grade equipment, Yuwell 8F-5A Oxygen Concentrator stands out for its exceptional features. Equipped with state-of-the-art failure detection mechanisms, it offers reliability and safety at every step. 

      Ultra Silent

      Its ultra-silent operation minimises disturbance, providing a peaceful environment for patients.

      Smooth Rolling Castors

      The inclusion of smooth-rolling castors enhances mobility, allowing for easy transportation within medical facilities or homes, ensuring accessibility and convenience.

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      The Details


      Model: 8F-5A
      Qty (PCS/CTN) : 1
      G.W/N.W (KG): 19/16.5
      Pulse Measurement Accuracy: ± 5%
      Weight: 16.5 Kg


      Flow Range: 0.5 ~ 5L/min
      Oxygen Concentration: 95.5% ~ 87%
      Maximum Limited Pressure: 70kPa
      Sound Level: 5L/min Sound Pressure≤ 54dB(A)
      Input Power: 350VA
      Minimum Operating Time: 15 minutes


      47.5cm (L) X 33cm (W) X 58.5cm (H)  

      Have Questions?
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      Who needs an oxygen concentrator?

      An oxygen concentrator is a medical device that provides supplemental oxygen therapy to people with respiratory problems who struggle to get enough oxygen from the air. Here are some of the health conditions that might necessitate using an oxygen concentrator:

      Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): This is a group of lung diseases that includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. COPD damages the lungs, making it hard to breathe and get enough oxygen.

      Asthma: This is a chronic inflammatory condition of the airways that causes wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and coughing. During asthma attacks, airways narrow further, restricting oxygen intake.

      Lung Cancer: This cancer can block airways or damage lung tissue, reducing the lungs' ability to absorb oxygen.

      Sleep Apnea: This sleep disorder causes breathing to repeatedly stop and start during sleep. This disrupts oxygen flow to the body.

      Heart Failure: When the heart weakens, it can't pump blood effectively. This reduces oxygen delivery to the body's tissues.

      COVID-19 (severe cases): In severe cases, COVID-19 can cause pneumonia, which fills the lungs with fluid and makes it difficult to breathe and get enough oxygen.

      Are there any adverse effects of excessive oxygen intake?

      Breathing in too much oxygen can lead to a condition called oxygen toxicity, also known as oxygen poisoning. This happens when the body is exposed to high levels of concentrated oxygen for extended periods. While oxygen is essential for life, too much of it can disrupt normal bodily functions and cause cell damage. An oxygen concentrator is a medical device and requires a doctor's prescription and proper training for safe use. If you think you might need oxygen therapy, consult your doctor to discuss if an oxygen concentrator is right for you.

      What is the expected delivery time for my parcel?

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      We will contact you to arrange delivery of your item(s) on a given day and we regret that we cannot give you an exact time for delivery. Delivery usually takes place between 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday, excluding Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays. We are unable to deliver at specific times (e.g. at 9am, before 5pm, after 7pm etc.).


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