Description of the humidifying cup for oxygen concentrator
The oxygen-concentrator cups humidify oxygen, a necessary stage of air treatment before it enters the patient’s airway. The saturation of the air with water vapor protects the mucous membranes from drying out. The model is designed for a flow of 6 to 15 liters of oxygen per minute.
Oxygen concentrator humidifier design:
- Water cup made of impact-resistant plastic
- Openable lid with pressure release valve
The oxygen from the oxygen generator flows through the diffuser into the water-filled flask. The humidified oxygen is then delivered to the patient via a cannula.
Precautions for use
The water in the beaker must be changed every day. Preferably use distilled water for humidifiers. The water level must not exceed the maximum permissible level (special marking on the flask) so that the liquid does not get inside the concentrator.