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                 Jim Falkowski
Director of Nursing
St. Joseph’s Residence
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The tank stores up to 160 gallons of USP grade liquid oxygen right on the premises.
A built-in telemetry unit tells us when your tank needs
refilling– which is done from outside your building.
O2Safe Base Units deliver 99.9% pure oxygen to patients in their rooms.
Units require no electricity… run cool and quiet… and are easily refilled by members of your staff.
Lightweight O2Safe Portables allow patients to move around freely.
Our portables last twice as long as the traditional high ressure tanks. They’re also safer and easier to refill; no regulators need to be changed.
Why Liquid Oxygen ?
Oxygen changes its state of matter just like water. For example, if you put it on the stove and allow it to boil, the water will evaporate into a gas. Oxygen acts exactly the same way. At room temperature, oxygen likes to be a gas. When it is cooled to -300 degrees, oxygen likes to be a liquid. Oxygen is often stored as a liquid, although it is used primarily as a gas. Liquid storage is less bulky and less costly than the equivalent capacity of high-pressure gaseous storage. And it provides other advantages as well. Here are just a few:
Higher Quality Medical Oxygen
Liquid oxygen is instantly transformed into 99% pure oxygen gas as it is delivered to your patients. Concentrators are unable to completely filter out all the other gases and, depending on their working condition, generally deliver only 88% to 92% oxygen.

Safer than Traditional Systems

Liquid oxygen units operate under considerably less pressure than H tanks and E tanks—25 PSI versus more than 2000 pounds of pressure. So they’re safer to work with than those high pressure tanks and represent a substantially lower risk should they tip over.

Improved Patient Quality of Life
Unlike concentrators, liquid oxygen units run cool and quiet, so patients sleep better and feel better the next day. Liquid oxygen portable units are lighter and more comfortable than other portables, which makes it easier for patients to move around—an important health factor for ambulatory patients.

No Electricity Required

Because liquid oxygen units rely on pressure rather than electricity for their operation, they’re extremely energy efficient. So even a small facility will see a major difference in their electric bill. It also eliminates the need for a back-up system. In the event of a power outage, your units will continue to run smoothly and deliver oxygen to your patients.

Less Product Loss Due to Evaporation
Liquid oxygen tanks are constructed to virtually eliminate product loss due to evaporation.
When oxygen is stored as a gas, some product loss is inevitable. And the longer it’s stored, the greater that loss... and the greater the expense factor.
A Giant Step Forward
Liquid oxygen, in itself, is nothing new. Hospitals and large surgery centers store liquid oxygen in bulk tanks for their piped systems. And tanks designed for industrial use have been around for years. But there just hasn’t been a practical or cost-effective way for long-term care facilities to have a liquid oxygen system installed on their premises. Until now.

With the creation of the O2Safe System, the health care industry took a giant step forward. And so did our customers. Now facilities like yours can enjoy all the benefits of liquid oxygen— and many more besides.

Innovative, patented design
Pure liquid oxygen stored right on premises
Units run cool & quiet
Energy-efficient—no electricity required
The safest way to deliver oxygen to patients
Deliveries are less frequent & non-disruptive
Units and portables can be filled by your staff
Less product loss due to evaporation
Comprehensive technical & clinical support
Efficiencies result in savings up to 25% a year.
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