Oxygen Concentrator Everflo

SAR 3,600.0


9 in stock


Up until now, oxygen concentrators were always very similar: heavy, bulky, noisy, and need frequent maintenance. Today, EverFlo from Philips Respironics is here to revolutionize that. It is a unique stationary concentrator that delivers the features you need and deserve.

EverFlo lowers operating costs with an innovative design that features:

  •         Only 14 kg of weight
  •         small size
  •         Ease of transport
  •         low maintenance
  •         discretion
  •         Ease of use
  •         Ease of maintenance


The Philips Respironics EverFlo 5 l/m fixed concentrator is designed with a unique set of features to reduce the cost of oxygen delivery guaranteeing you the best therapy with a simple and user-friendly device.

  •         Lightweight and easy to carry
  •         The ergonomic and compact design takes up less space as it seamlessly fades into your home decor
  •         It is one of the quietest stationary concentrators out there
  •         No filter change for two years
  •         Uses less energy and produces less heat
  •         No criteria to be modified by the patient
  •         A recessed flow meter helps reduce the risk of accidental breakage.
  •         A durable metal cannula that is less likely to break
  •         The Platform Bottle humidifier is designed to be compatible with all types of bottles with an easy-to-use Velcro seal.

How to use:

  1.   Make sure the device is in a place where it can draw in room air without being restricted. It should be at least 6 inches away from walls, furniture, and curtains. Make sure to keep the device away from any heat source
  1.   Plug the device into an electrical outlet.
  1.   Press the power switch to the on position
  2.   At first all the LED lights on the control panel will light up and you’ll hear an audible alert that will beep for a few seconds. Only the green led light should remain lit
  3.   After turning on Everflo you can begin breathing from the device immediately. However, allow at least 10 min for oxygen delivery to reach the prescribed level
  4. You can adjust the flow to the prescribed setting by turning the knob on top of the flow meter until the ball is centred on the line marking the specific flow rate
  5. If you are using a humidifier, follow these steps:
  • Open the filter door on the back of the device
  • Remove the humidifier connector tube from the back of the filter door and replace the filter door
  • Fill the humidifier bottle and mount it on the top of the device inside the Velcro strap
  • Tighten the strap around the bottle and secure it so it is held firmly in place
  • Connect the humidifier connector tube to the oxygen outlet port
  • Connect the other end of the humidifier connector tube to the top of the humidifier with the elbow in the tubing facing the front
  • Connect the cannula to the humidifier bottle
  • If you are not using a humidifier, simply connect the nasal cannula to the oxygen outlet port


Dimensions 58.4 cm H x 38.1 cm W x 24.1 cm D (23″ H x 15″ W x 9.5″ D)
Input Voltage 120 VAC +/- 10%
Sound Level 43(typical) dB
Average Power Consumption 350 W
Input Frequency 60 Hz
OPI (Oxygen Percentage Indicator) Alarm Levels Low Oxygen (82%) and Very Low Oxygen (70%)
Oxygen Concentration* (at 5 LPM)90 to 96%
Liter Flow 0.5-5 l/min
Outlet Pressure 5.5 PSI
Weight 14 (31) kg (lbs)
Operating Temperature 12°C to 32°C/55°F to 90°F
Storage/Transport Humidity -34°C to 71°C (-30°F to 160°F) up to 95% relative humidity
Operating Humidity up to 95 %