The Oxygen Concentrator

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The stationary concentrator is primarily for those who only require oxygen during sleep. This is also the best system to use in your home, as it requires minimal maintenance and can be combined with a portable option.

These devices are electrically powered and supply oxygen made from room air. Because they supply oxygen from room air they never need to be “filled.” They are convenient, safe, and reliable

Trans-filling Oxygen Concentrators


The HomeFill Oxygen System has changed the life of ambulatory oxygen patients by allowing them to fill their cylinders from their Invacare 5-liter and 10-liter concentrators. Patients enjoy the freedom and independence with an unlimited supply of ambulatory oxygen. The HomeFill Oxygen System allows the patient to breathe at home from a continuous flow concentrator and then use a convenient ambulatory pack when they are away from the home doing the most important work – visiting family and friends or even more important GRANDKIDS!

What are the Benefits of the Homefill System?

The HomeFill Oxygen System offers patients a number of different cylinder options to better meet their needs. Whether you need integrated conserver cylinders, post valve style cylinders or something else; Invacare has a HomeFill kit to meet your needs featuring:

  • Provides an unlimited refillable ambulatory oxygen supply
  • Patient breathes from a continuous flow oxygen concentrator at night
  • Allows greater mobility than traditional oxygen modalities
  • Fosters independence for ambulatory oxygen
  • Patient protection ensures oxygen purity in cylinder is always greater than 90%
  • Easy cylinder connections with the OxyLock Coupler

Home Oxygen Product Manuals

It is important to review the Manufacturer’s manual for your particular home oxygen system.

Stationary Oxygen Concentrators

HomeFill (TM) Concentrators, Cylinders and Compressors

Note: VitalAire does not guarantee that these are the latest product manuals available for outlined products. Contact your local office to determine the Manufacturer and/or Model number that you have/need.