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CAIRE Freestyle Comfort Portable Oxygen Concentrator

CAIRE Freestyle Comfort Portable Oxygen Concentrator

  • Patented smart oxygen delivery features 
  • Quiet
  • Ergonomically designed
  • Lasts all day
  • Weight: 2.3kg
  • Height: 25.4cm

Preventive Maintenance
  • Do not require
  • Once within 12 months
  • Twice within 12 months



The FreeStyle Comfort’s lightweight, curved design hugs your body, so you’ll hardly know it’s there. It has the power to let you stay out all day long with greater flexibility to increase flow rates as your prescription changes. Patented smart oxygen delivery features ensure you get the oxygen you need, when you need it, keeping you comfortable and worry-free by adjusting to your automatically breathing patterns and level of activity.

The FreeStyle Comfort is incredibly simple and easy to use with just three buttons to power on/off the machine and adjust the flow to the desired setting - The only buttons an oxygen user is ever likely to need on a portable oxygen concentrator.

The large LCD screen shows current setting and remaining battery life in colour. Should the Comfort sound an alarm IE low battery or detached nasal cannula, the user will be prompted with an easy to understand graphic on the display to help troubleshoot the problem.









Preventive maintenance is essential for oxygen concentrators, as it ensures that these critical medical devices operate effectively and reliably over an extended period. Here's why preventive maintenance is important for oxygen concentrators:

  1. Patient Safety: Oxygen concentrators are often used by individuals with respiratory conditions who rely on a continuous supply of oxygen. Regular maintenance helps ensure that the device delivers the prescribed oxygen concentration accurately, minimizing the risk of inadequate oxygen supply that could negatively impact the patient's health.
  2. Device Reliability: Oxygen concentrators are complex machines with various components, including compressors, filters, sensors, and valves. Regular maintenance can identify and address potential issues before they become serious problems, reducing the likelihood of sudden breakdowns and ensuring the device is operational when needed.
  3. Optimal Performance: Over time, components in oxygen concentrators can wear out, leading to reduced performance. Preventive maintenance helps maintain the device's efficiency, ensuring that it produces the required oxygen concentration at the desired flow rate. This is especially important for patients who require precise oxygen levels.
  4. Prolonged Lifespan: Well-maintained equipment tends to have a longer lifespan. Regular servicing, cleaning, and replacing worn-out parts can extend the life of the oxygen concentrator, which is important given the significant financial investment associated with these devices.
  5. Cost Savings: Preventive maintenance can help avoid costly repairs or replacements that might be necessary due to neglect or prolonged usage without maintenance. Identifying and addressing minor issues early can prevent them from escalating into major problems.
  6. Compliance: Medical devices like oxygen concentrators may be subject to regulatory requirements that mandate regular maintenance. Adhering to these regulations not only ensures patient safety but also helps healthcare providers maintain compliance with relevant standards.
  7. Reduced Downtime: Unplanned downtime due to equipment failure can disrupt patient care and potentially lead to emergency situations. Regular maintenance can significantly reduce the chances of unexpected breakdowns, minimizing downtime and maintaining a consistent oxygen supply.
  8. Quality Assurance: Oxygen concentrators need to meet specific performance standards to provide effective medical treatment. Regular maintenance helps ensure that the device consistently meets these standards, providing reliable care for patients.
  9. Early Problem Detection: During preventive maintenance checks, technicians can identify small issues that might not be immediately noticeable. Addressing these problems early can prevent them from worsening and causing more significant disruptions down the line.
  10. Peace of Mind: Patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals can have peace of mind knowing that the oxygen concentrator is well-maintained and functioning as intended, allowing them to focus on the patient's well-being.

In summary, preventive maintenance is crucial for oxygen concentrators to ensure patient safety, maintain device reliability, achieve optimal performance, extend the device's lifespan, and reduce overall costs. Regular maintenance checks by trained technicians help identify and address issues early, preventing potential problems and ensuring uninterrupted oxygen supply for patients.


Purity check
Output pressure check
Alarm Inspection
(airflow occlusion and power supply disruption test)

Physical inspection
General unit cleaning
((including dust filter)

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Data sheet

5.0lbs (2.3kg) w/ 8 cell battery
Oxygen Concentration:
90% (-3% /+ 5.5%)
43db(A) on setting 2
2 years on the main unit and sieve beds.
6 months standard warranty for batteries
AC: 100-240v DC: 11-18v
Stock Code:
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