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Invacare HomeFill II

Invacare HomeFill System

Retail Price for the Invacare
HomeFill II: $3,580
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Invacare HomeFill II:

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Complete Dr. Demo Unit = $1,995

Invacare Home Fill Invacare Rack + Invacare Oxygen CylinderInvacare Oxygen Tank

You can get the Package Above for: $3,475
You get to choose your size for your Oxygen Cylinders!

Invacare Perfecto 2  +  Invacare Home Fill SystemInvacare Ready Rack  +  Invacare cylinderInvacare Tank

You can get the Package Above for: $3,995
You get to choose your size for your Oxygen Cylinders!

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Oxygen Cylinder Fill Time:

M2: 24 Minutes
ML4: 55 Minutes
M6: 60 Minutes
ML6: 75 Minutes
M9: 125 Minutes
D: 3.5 Hours

Invacare HomeFill II Features:

** Gives Ambulatory patients greater freedom and independence **
** Fill Cylinders while patient continues to receive oxygen from the Home Oxygen Concentrator **
** Eliminates the high service costs of frequent deliveries of cylinders and/or liquid oxygen **
** Small and Light Weight **
** Connection and Controls are designed for ease of operation **

Invacare HomeFIll II Specifications:

 Dimensions: 21" W x 15" H x 16" D 
 Weight: 33 LBS 
 Power Consumption: 200 Watts 
 Pressure: 14 - 21 PSI 
 Electrical: 120 VAC +/- 10% at 60 Hz 
 Oxygen Output: From Concentrator: 0-3 LPM (while filling cylinder) 
 Oxygen Input: 0-2 LPM 
 Rated Current Input: 2.0 amps 
 HomeFill II Warranty: 2 Years on HomeFill, 1 Year on Cylinder by Invacare 
 Invacare Perfecto 2 Warranty: 5 Years 

We Carry All Home Oxygen Concentrator
Sequal Integra | Respironics Everflo Q | Respironics M10 | Respironics M5 | Invacare Perfecto 2 | Invacare Platinum XL | John Bunn

Check out our other Portable Oxygen Concentrators : Oxlife Independence Sequal Eclipse 3 Respironics EverGo Respironics SimplyGo Airsep Focus LifeChoice LifeChoice Activox Inogen One G3 Inogen One G2 Inogen One Invacare XPO2

We also sell Used Portable Oxygen Machines

Home-Fill System

A type of home oxygen delivery system that has gained increased acceptance is the “trans-fill” concentrator system, featuring an oxygen concentrator and oxygen cylinders. 

The system operates in the same way as a traditional oxygen concentrator, but it allows the patient or caregiver to refill small to medium compressed gas cylinders directly
from the concentrator.  This system reduces or eliminates the need for the supplier to
make multiple tank drop-off trips to the patient’s home because of the unlimited supply of oxygen provided by the concentrator.

The Prescription

The first criteria the supplier should consider is the prescription provided by the ordering physician.  The physician will prescribe a specific flow rate and exactly when the patient should use oxygen to reach a goal of oxygen saturation of greater than 90% at rest, exercise and sleep.
Flow rate – The patient’s required oxygen flow is one of the most significant indications of the patient’s disease, and one of the most significant limitations in a number of oxygen delivery methods.  For most patients with COPD, the required liter flow is usually 1 to 3 LPM by nasal cannula.  Higher flows are required in advanced cases. For patients who require transtracheal oxygen, the liter flow can usually be reduced by about 50%.  The patient’s oxygen need must be paired with thecapacity of a device to satisfy that need.
Usage patterns – When the patient is supposed to use oxygen (hours per day, day use vs. night use, hours of ambulation) will contribute to equipment selection.  For example, ambulatory or portable oxygen units may not suit patients who require oxygen only during sleep. 

Conserving Devices

Oxygen conserving devices (or “conservers”) attach to most compressed gas cylinders and some liquid oxygen units to
regulate the flow of oxygen so that less is wasted.  Some conservers are pneumatic (mechanical) and others are battery
There are two types of conservers: pulse devices and demand devices.  Both types begin to deliver oxygen ONLY at the beginning of inspiration (when the patient begins to inhale), and then cut the flow of oxygen at expiration (when the patient begins to exhale).  The
difference between demand and pulse conservers is the amount and length of time oxygen is delivered to the patient.
Pulse devices deliver a fixed amount of oxygen at inspiration, and that amount does not vary while the patient inhales, even if some breaths are longer or shorter than others. 
Demand devices vary the amount of oxygen delivered on each and every breath, depending on how long the patient inhales.
Conserver manufacturers test their devices to determine ratio of savings.  A ratio of 2:1, for example, indicates that oxygen should last twice as long with the conserver as it would at continuous flow while maintaining the same oxygen saturation.  A ratio of 3:1
indicates the oxygen should last three times as long, and so on.

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