UltraFill Accessories for the oxygen refill system are OEM parts made by Respironics. UltraFill offers two different types of oxygen tanks — standard 2000 psi tanks and 3000 psi tanks. The 3000 psi oxygen tanks hold more oxygen and offer longer duration times over standard oxygen tanks. UltraFill Carry Bags and the UltraFill Cart provide easy portability for your oxygen cylinders. A full list of UltraFill accessories is provided below including the Millennium M10 Oxygen Concentrator with UltraFill Connector to use with the Gas Transfill System.
2000 PSI Oxygen Cylinders:
M4 oxygen cylinder – M4 Oxygen Cylinder - 1065705, M6 Oxygen Cylinder - 1065706, M9 Oxygen - 1065707, MD15 Oxygen Cylinder - 1065708, ME24 Oxygen Cylinder – 1065709.
3000 PSI Oxygen Cylinders:
MB08 Oxygen Cylinder - 1065715, MC13 Oxygen Cylinder - 1065716, MD22 Oxygen Cylinder - 1065717, ME36 Oxygen Cylinder – 1065718.
Millennium M10 Oxygen Concentrator
M10 with OPI (Oxygen Percentage Indicator) - w/ UltraFill Connector - M10600-10 M10 without OPI - w/ UltraFill Connector - M10605-10.
This connection integrated on the M10 allows the device to be used with the UltraFill Gas Transfill System.
Carry Bags for Oxygen Cylinders
Small Oxygen Cylinder Bag - 1065701, Medium Oxygen Cylinder Bag - 1065702, Large Oxygen Cylinder Bag – 1065703.
Carry Cart for Oxygen Cylinders – 106724.
UltraFill Transfer Tubing – 106696.
Please allow an additional 2 to 3 days for shipping on all Respironics products.
To be compliant with current FDA regulations, we require a prescription for oxygen concentrators and oxygen cylinders. After placing your order, an email will request you to provide prescription.
Prescriptions may be sent via:
Fax to: 1-888-383-7335
Email to: [email protected]
Mail to: 7910 S 3500 E Suite C, SLC, UT 84121
If you are unable to obtain a copy of your prescription we are happy to contact your doctor and request the prescription on your behalf.
UltraFill Home Oxygen Refill Video (1:10 minutes)
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does this tank filler require the separate concentrator to fill the tanks? or does it produce the oxygen itself ?Question by: R. Rodriguez on Apr 4, 2016 10:55:14 AMNo answers yet. Be the first to answer the question!