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DeVilbiss Oxygen Concentrators

Somserset, PA-based DeVilbiss Healthcare -- known for advanced Stationary and Portable Oxygen Concentrators -- traces its lineage back to Dr. Allen DeVilbiss in 1888. He invented the atomizer to spray semi-solid spray petroleum jelly or goose grease into sore throats throughout the Ohio countryside, eliminating unpleasant swabbing. The atomizer also eventually found its way onto the world's finest perfumes.

Nearly 130 years later, DeVilbiss sells its American-made Portable and Stationary Oxygen Concentrators in 100 countries. DeVilbiss Portable and Stationary Oxygen Concentrators have earned an enviable reputation for quality -- meaning you can breathe easy for years.

DeVilbiss has been among the segment's innovation leaders, developing Stationary and Portable Oxygen Concentrators that deliver oxygen in various modes to suit diverse needs:

In-Home Oxygen Therapy:

DeVilbiss' engineers have pushed themselves to provide smaller and quieter stationary units with exclusive features. This includes the DeVilbiss OSD (Oxygen Sensing Device) that increases accuracy and reliability for longer service intervals.

The home DeVilbiss Oxygen Concentrators carried by Vitality Medical have a simplified, two-piece cabinet design that keeps the machine cooler during operation. This design also provides a 15% improvement in sound quality compared to other Home Oxygen Concentrator designs.


DeVilbiss has also advanced Portable Oxygen Concentrators. To ensure both efficacy and performance, the manufacturer has placed its Portable Oxygen Concentrators through both clinical and independent testing.

Select DeVilbiss Portable Oxygen Concentrators recharge via AC power at home or DC power while on the open road, giving users the freedom to thrive in their everyday lives. The units also have a power sensor that switches between AC power and battery operation during power outages.

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