Veterinary Oxygen Concentrator

The e2 is the only oxygen concentrator of its kind on the market today.  It draws in room air and separates oxygen from the air utilizing the Pressure Swing Absorption process and creates medical grade oxygen for the patient. The e2 Oxygen Concentrator compresses the medical grade oxygen to 60 PSI and stores the oxygen in a reservoir for supply on demand. 

Once the reservoir pressure builds to 60 PSI, the compressor shuts down and enters Power Saving Mode.  As the e2 Oxygen Concentrator requires oxygen, it supplies a regulated steady flow of oxygen at 50 PSI.  As the reservoir is depleted, the compressor energizes and starts the process over.


Oxygen concentrators were invented in the early 1970s for use in the human home health-care industry for patients with various medical conditions, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, bronchitis, etc. Manufacturing output of these devices increased later that decade. Prior to that, home medical oxygen therapy required the use of heavy high-pressure oxygen cylinders or small cryogenic liquid oxygen systems. In the mid-1980s, Medicare switched to a flat monthly rate for home oxygen, causing the industry to rapidly embrace concentrators as a way to “control costs.” Oxygen concentrators became the preferred and most common means of delivering home oxygen. This brief history of oxygen concentrators is important information for the veterinary medical professional, as it closely follows suit with our industry.

Features of Veterinary Oxygen Concentrator

  • Industry standard DISS oxygen supply outlet
  • Built for veterinary applications
  • Visual safety alerts
  • 24/7 operation
  • Oxygen percentage monitor
  • 1-4LPM flow>93% oxygen with higher flows possible (see manual)
  • Hour meter & flow meter

Uses/benefits of Veterinary Oxygen Concentrator

  • Made in the USA
  • Easy to install on any machine
  • No hassle of managing oxygen supply inventory
  • No booster needed
  • Simple operation
  • Energy efficient – costs pennies per day
  • Minimal maintenance
  • Durable
  • Low operating cost
  • Automatic operation
  • Cost justified in as little as 11 months for most clinics
  • Optional E-tank manifold allows for easy attachment and E-tank mount for storage of backup tank in case of power failure

Prices of Veterinary Oxygen Concentrator

$520.00-$560.00/ Unit

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