Inogen recommends replacing the columns every 18 months to two years. In certain operating conditions, earlier replacement may be required. The Inogen One G3 will let you know when it is time for replacement.
Clear step-by-step instructions enable you to easily switch out the column pair without tools – without having to send the Inogen One G3 in for repair like you would with other portable oxygen concentrators.Buy Online Inogen One G3 Sieve Columns in UAE
Inogen One G3 Sieve Columns Features
- Sieve Columns cater a quick and simple method of servicing this Sieve Columns Concentrator to minimise the need for repairs and maintenance.
- The oxygen concentrator’s sieve beds are used to remove nitrogen in the air that is coming through the concentrator.
- The oxygen in air is concentrated after going through the second filter.
- The oxygen that enters the nasal cannula is less pure and the nitrogen won’t be eliminated in the event that the sieve beds are not functioning correctly.
- Poorly functioning sieve beds cannot provide the amount of oxygen needed for treating COPD or other illnesses which affect the lungs.
- They are easy to replace and the process of replacing columns of these columns is completed within minutes, without any particular equipment.
- Dimensions: 2″W x 2″L x 5″H
- Cost-efficient Inogen accessory.
Sold and utilized in pairs The columns are made up of sieve beds that transform normal air with lower levels oxygen to provide an oxygen-rich environment. The sieve beds become worn out when they are used for a long time. Inogen suggests replacement of these columns each 18 month or two years.
How to install columns for Inogen One G3?
- Take off dust caps from the brand newly installed Inogen One G3 Replacement Columns. Check to make sure there is no dust or debris are present in the area where they were.
- Place the column in The Inogen One G3 concentrator as when dust caps are removed. Don’t let the column sit exposed.
- The column should be inserted into the device until it is completely in place. Make sure that the spring-loaded latch button is fully closed position.
- To set up the second column Repeat steps 1 – 3.
- Attach the AC Power supply cable to your Inogen One G3 and plug the power supply AC cord into an outlet. Don’t power the device.
1.What do the Inogen columns do?
Ans- Sold and used as a pair, the columns contain the sieve beds that convert normal air with lower levels of oxygen concentration to supply a high concentration of oxygen. These sieve beds wear down after prolonged use. Inogen recommends replacing the columns every 18 months to two years.
2.How long do sieve beds last?
Ans- All Oxygen Concentrators have Sieve Bed Filters. These filters filter the oxygen out of the air so that you can just breathe in the pure Oxygen. Over time they will go bad. In most cases you can expect 1-2 years of lifespan
3.How long do inogen G3 columns last?
Ans- Inogen recommends replacing the columns every 18 months to two years.
4.What does it mean when inogen says Replace columns?
Ans- Is your Inogen One G3 showing an “O2 Service Soon” or “Replace Columns” error message? If so, you will need to replace your columns within 30 days.
5.Where is the best place to put an oxygen concentrator?
Ans- Place in a well-ventilated area, at least 10 feet from walls, wall coverings, furniture and heating/cooling vents.
6.What is a sieve bed made of?
Ans- Sieve beds are typically in the form of two aluminum tubes with some screens and a spring to hold the sieve material in place.
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