Oxygen Rentals in Houston

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Oxygen Tank

Renting an oxygen tank can be useful because the rental price includes a regulator and key along with the tank. It will save you money if you need oxygen temporarily. If tanks are empty during your rental period, there will be a $20 fee for refills.

Weekly: $60

Monthly: $140

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Portable Oxygen

Concentrator

Although only pulse-dose this concentrator will allow for 1 to 5 flow rate and is FAA approved for airline travel. Battery with unit can last around 4 hours (setting 2)

Weekly: $150

Monthly: $400

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Home Oxygen
Concentrator (5 Liter)

Home oxygen concentrators will be very popular due to their continuous flow of oxygen without needing to charge or refill. This concentrator will be the best option for sleep and home-use. The flow rate will range from 1 to 5.

Weekly: $100

Monthly: $225

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Portable Oxygen

Concentrator Battery

In case you are going on a long trip or just want extra battery life for your portable concentrator, we offer the option to rent an extra battery. Approx 4 hours (setting 2)

Weekly: $25

Monthly: $60

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Home Oxygen Concentrator (10 Liter)

With the increasing role of oxygen, many users will find that their doctor has prescribed them for a rate over 5 liters. This is where a 10 liter home oxygen concentrator will serve its purpose. This unit will provide a liter flow up to 10.

Weekly: $150

Monthly: $400

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Cylinder Cart (w/wheels)

If you are looking to keep your oxygen tank safe and secure then rent this useful tank cart. You can roll it around for easy portability.

Weekly: $10

Monthly: $25

How To Reserve Your Rental

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Step 1

Choose which oxygen product you'd like to rent based on the specs provided

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Step 2

Decide on the dates you'll need the rental for

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Step 3

Call or fill out the rental form below to have our staff contact you depending on our availability for the items

Frequently Asked Questions

Which are the differences between the 3 types of medical oxygen?

This question can be answered by your physician but we can help break down the benefits of both types of oxygen devices for your knowledge. Typically people who need a higher pressure or flow of oxygen coming in to their lungs will need an oxygen tank.

 

Oxygen tanks can usually supply users for up to 15 liters per minute flow of oxygen. The downside of this high pressure oxygen is that it will cause the oxygen tank to empty quicker than usual and you will find yourself refilling oxygen tanks constantly.

 

More efficient ways to use oxygen would be to use oxygen concentrators. These are not recommended for users who need a high oxygen flow since their capacities typically only handle upwards of 10 liters per minute flow of oxygen. 

 

Stationary or home oxygen concentrators are common for home use because they plug into an outlet and provide a continuous flow of oxygen. Most oxygen concentrators will only go up to a setting of 5 liters per minute but there are options available for 10 liters per minute as well. These oxygen concentrators are recommended for sleep.

 

Portable oxygen concentrators have gained a lot of popularity for those who want to leave the house and still have freedom to do the things they love. Many users can take these on flights and travel with them local or internationally. These concentrators typically go up to only 5 liters per minute of oxygen but have a pulse-dose mechanism to conserve battery life. This means that every time the user takes a breath, that's when the unit gives a puff of oxygen. There are portable oxygen concentrators that can provide continuous flow of oxygen as well but they can be much more expensive and their battery may not last as long.

How do you safely use oxygen at home?

Although oxygen is a safe gas, there are still a few best practices to use when you are using oxygen at home. 

 

1.) You want to make sure you never smoke when using oxygen because an open flame can support the process of combustion. This also means that you have to be careful using oxygen in the kitchen when you are near a gas stove or candle.

 

2.) You always want to store your oxygen in a temperate environment. Do not leave your oxygen tanks or oxygen concentrators in a car for a long period of time. 

 

3.) Make sure your oxygen tank or oxygen concentrator is in an upright position and does not topple over. This will ensure that your oxygen tank does not leak and will also help from causing any damage to your oxygen device.

 

4.) You can also try taking safety measures around the house and put signs that you use oxygen indoors so workers present in the area can be aware.