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DeVilbiss Healthcare iFill Personal Oxygen Station, Carrying Case, 2 D PD1000 Cylinders 535d-2dp

DeVilbiss Healthcare iFill Personal Oxygen Station, Carrying Case, 2 D PD1000 Cylinders 535d-2dp
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The redesigned DeVilbiss iFill Personal Oxygen Station was updated with improved reliability and durability in mind. The iFill represents the latest in portable oxygen convenience, providing unmatched flexibility and ease of use. The iFill unit extracts purified oxygen from room air using oxygen concentrator technology and pressurizes it to fill oxygen cylinders. Cylinders are safely, quickly and conveniently filled in your home. The iFill can be placed and used virtually anywhere in the home, minimizing the noise and disruption to daily life. iFill must be used with iFill cylinders. Comes with the DeVilbiss iFill Personal Oxygen Station, 2 cylinders, and carrying case.

Features and Benefits
  • Fills proprietary iFill cylinders: Standard 870 Post Valve, DeVilbiss PulseDose Oxygen Conserving Device or Continuous Flow regulator
  • Easily tops off partially filled cylinders and automatically shuts off when filling is complete
  • Control panel light signals when cylinder is filling and when it’s full
  • Ergonomic design with easy-roll casters make iFill easy to move and store when not in use

Product Specifications
  • Actual Product Weight: 80 lbs
  • Overall Product Height: 28.5"
  • Overall Product Length: 12.25"
  • Overall Product Width: 22.5"
  • Primary Product Color: Black
  • Primary Product Material: Plastic
  • Warranty: 3 Year Limited

Model # 535d-2dp
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