Invacare Platinum 10 Oxygen Concentrator (10 LPM) - Reconditioned
1.) Nortel ----------- Midrange, Mega minor @ 100%
2.) GTT ------------- Bobcat, Scorpion @ 100%
3.) Bethlehem --- Alpha - @ 100%
4.) Carlisle ------- Mini CC @ 100% - Wildcat @ 90%
5.) Knight 21 port
Three Year Warranty - We stand by our US based supplier who since 1993 is the worlds largest international exporter of reconditioned units, parts and supplies. Warranty only valid in US and Canada.
The Invacare Platinum XL 10 LPM Oxygen Concentrator is an excellant choice when searching for value in a quality made American procuct.The Platinum has an adjustable flow range from .5 to 10 lpm and this unit is very quiet and extremely reliable.The updated compressor in this concentrator will operate 40% longer than previous models and average approximately 25000 hours of use before service is required.This model comes with or without the ( OCI ) Oxygen Concentrator Indicator which will advise you when this machine is operating properly and putting out acceptable oxygen purity levels.This unit comes with a three year warranty which covers parts and labor.
Compact cabinet with integrated handle and four swivel casters makes movement easy. Essentially the same size, weight, and power consumption as a 5 LPM machine.
Maximum Outlet Pressure 9+/- 0.5 PSI
|Dimensions||26-3/8" (H) x 18-3/8" (W) x 14-3/8" (D)|
|Electrical Requirement||120VAC +/- 10% (132VAC / 108VAC); 60Hz , 585 Watts|
|Warm Up Time||5 Minutes|
|Maximum Flow Setting||1-10 LPM|
|Warranty||3 Year Parts and Labor|
|Concentration||87-93% Any setting|
|Sound Level|| 58 Decibel |
Ratings & Reviews
by Matt J -
This unit will supply a good amount of oxygen to easily run a small torch and enough to run a satisfactory flame on a medium torch. They are normally built for healthcare so they are made to be dependable and designed for 24hour use. Being a machine however it is sensitive to temperature(50f-90f) and humidity(<60%) during operation so outside usage isn't recommend. Its ease of use and accessibility is better than cylinders, however I feel the biggest drawback is the output pressure. At 9 psi it might restrict your torch options from the higher pressure burners like GGT's Triple Mix line. You could tank the oxygen in a cylinder but that requires more equipment. Also you have the option of chaining multiple units together to power a larger torch.