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Buying a Oxygen Tank

Given the considerable importance of this equipment, it is essential to be cautious and discerning when planning to purchase a used Oxygen Tank. Read More

Oxygen Tank Parts and Accessories For Sale and Wanted

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OXYGEN TANKS MISC Oxygen Tank Parts For Sale

Part Number: FM601C
15 lpm 1/8 npt AIR FFLOWERMETER analog

3 of these US made flowmeters are available, one of which is in original sealed packaging and comes with a box with a matching S/N on the label. The other two while out of their packages appear... view more

February 19

Asking Price:
$30 USD


HUDSON RCI CGA 870 Yoke Inlet Oxygen Tank Parts For Sale

Part Number: 2615
O2 regulator with yoke and gauge

FREE SHIPPING to the USA and Canada with PayPal, VISA and MasterCard payment This is a used regulator which appears functional and undamaged. It should be inspected by a respirator equipment... view more

February 19

Asking Price:
$50 USD
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Oxygen Tank

Oxygen tanks are medical devices used to store and deliver oxygen to patients who require supplemental oxygen therapy. They come in a variety of sizes and are typically made of aluminum or steel. Oxygen tanks are typically used in homecare settings, such as when a patient is receiving oxygen therapy in their own home. The tanks are filled with oxygen and then connected to a regulator, which allows the patient to adjust the flow of oxygen. Oxygen tanks can also be used in hospitals and other medical facilities.

The price range for oxygen tanks varies depending on the size, type, and manufacturer. Smaller tanks, such as those used in homecare settings, can range from $50 to $200, while larger tanks used in hospitals can cost up to $1,000. Some of the more popular manufacturers of oxygen tanks include DeVilbiss, Invacare, and Drive Medical. These manufacturers offer a variety of tanks in different sizes, shapes, and colors, so it is important to research the options available to determine which type of tank is best for the patient’s needs.