SinoVenture - Oxygen Concentrator - Canta 8LPM
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Video training with subtitle in English, Spanish and French
The manufacturer offers 12 month warranty on the main unit and 3-month warranty on the accessories, starting from the date of shipment. Repair within warranty is free of charge.
Indicative lead time is 14 days. Lead times will be confirmed on receipt of Registration of Interest (ROI).
10% payment within 5 days of signing the contract and balance of 90% on provision of the shipping documents listed in Contract Clause 7 to the Purchaser.
SinoVenture International Group is a private company, founded in Macau with the Central Asian region office located in Beijing. The company was founded in 2010 with the primary aim of establishing economic relations and promoting business between regions of China, including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan and the Portuguese speaking countries including Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal, São Tomé and Principe and East Timor.
Oxygen concentrators provide high concentration, supplemental oxygen for patients suffering from breathing issues. Common ailments that can be treated with supplemental oxygen include chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and, in higher concentrations, mild acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), severe chronic hypoxemia, and pulmonary edema. Oxygen concentrators can be used in a clinical setting or to provide long-term oxygen therapy to patients at home.
Oxygen concentrators consist of a cabinet that houses the air compressor and filters; tubing; a nasal cannula and/or face mask. The concentrator draws in room air and passes it through a series of filters that remove dust, bacteria, and other particulates. In the first step of the concentration process, a compressor forces air into one of the two cylinders containing sieve material, where nitrogen is adsorbed, leaving concentrated oxygen and a small percentage of other gases found in room air. Simultaneously, in the other cylinder, nitrogen is desorbed and exhausted into the atmosphere. In the second step, the function of the cylinders is reversed in a timed cycle, providing a continuous flow of oxygen to the patient.