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The third most common element in the universe, Oxygen has several commercial uses.

It is used extensively in the construction industry, in the construction of metals and in welding. And it is a vital gas in many hospitals and clinics, where it is used to treat individuals with lung diseases and to treat hypoxemia & hypoxia (insufficient oxygen in the blood).


For large volumes where you can install pipe from the tank to the use point. They may look like simple farm silos, but there is a lot of technology at play to keep this product stored at cryogenic temperature.


Cylinders are the most common form of delivery for gases. For small quantities or for areas where it is not practical to run piping, cylinders are the mode of choice.

Liquid Cylinders

As volumes grow, Liquid cylinders offer the ability to store larger quantities of gas in a smaller footprint.

Micro Bulk

A great option for the large volume client who is not ready to install a large bulk tank system. This removes the high cost of handling high pressure cylinders.

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Transfill Systems

Newer technology that eliminates the need for delivery services.   A concentrator is used to fill portable cylinders.  Great for servicing several potable patients from the same unit.

Portable Concentrators

Newer technology that eliminates the need for delivery services.  Great for the active patient and those who like to travel.

Stationary Concentrators

The most cost effective way to deliver oxygen to patients. Suited for the non-ambulatory patient who does don't require high flows.