Weight is another significant selection factor regardless of whether you are carrying the portable O2 concentrator or pulling it behind you.
Since each of these models are battery-operated oxygen concentrators, the weight of the battery and other accessories like the carry bag or cart are all significant.
The more the personal oxygen concentrator, battery, and cart weigh, the more of a burden it is to take with you wherever you go.
The most lightweight concentrator in this review is the Inogen.
The smallest oxygen concentrator can dispense 0.5 to 2 LPM (liters per minute) of continuous flow oxygen and can also be used with a humidifier.
Yes, portable concentrators can be found in a variety of makes and models, for use at home, for travel and flights.
Instead of scheduling regular refills or replacements for tanks, a portable oxygen concentrator takes in ambient air and sends it through a filtration process to produce medical-grade quality oxygen.