1World Energy Corporation

Oxygen Tanks / Oxygen Concentrators

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We are distributors, stockists and  suppliers of  Oxygen Tanks / Concentrators from reputed brands. We are engaged in supplying of Medical Oxygen Cylinders, which are used for various industrial applications. These are portable medical oxygen cylinders for emergencies/first aid, extremely handy & easy to use. Made under guidance of our expertised workers to provide our client with finest quality to match there expectation level.

  • O2 Cylinder Physical Sizes.
    • E Cylinder: approx length 25″.
    • D Cylinder: approx length 17″.
    • C Cylinder: approx length 11″.
    • M9 Cylinder: approx length 15″.
    • M6 Cylinder: approx length 12″.
    • M4 Cylinder: approx length 9″.
    • Material: Steel
    • Water Capacity: 12 Ltr.
    • Outside Diameter: 159 mm.
    • Height: 790 mm
    • Working pressure: 15 MPa, 150 Bar.
  • These are approx cylinder lengths. Size may vary slightly by manufacturer:

  • Oxygen Cylinders (Tanks) for
    • Home.
    • Business.
    • Aviation.
  • Our suppliers are pioneers for all types Industrial & Medical Gas Cylinders which includes Oxygen. Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Acetylene, Argon and CNG Cylinders.
  • Quality products are supplied by us to our clients as our primary concentration is to ensure highest quality in our products.
  • The complete testing of products in order to ensure flawlessness and perfection are done at our vendor base.
  • Our suppliers chemical engineers have profound knowledge in the industry to ensure gases that we offer are in its purest form and maintain them all levels till the delivery.
  • In offering quality products and essential services, we have never lagged behind.
  • The prompt deliveries, easy payment modes, competitive pricing that we offer are highly commendable and completely accepted by our clients
  • Oxygen Cylinder Duration Times Size & Flow Rate 
  • NOTES: All ambulatory ranges are calculated assuming a breath rate of 20 BPM when in PulseDose mode. 
  • O2 Cylinder Delivery Chart:

Use Times (Shown In Hours)

Flow Rate:11.522.53456
M4        
Pulse Dose5.73.82.92.31.91.41.1.9
Continuous Flow1.91.3.9.7.6.5.4.3
M6        
Pulse Dose8.35.54.13.32.82.11.71.4
Continuous Flow2.71.81.41.1.9.7.6.4
ML6        
Pulse Dose8.65.74.33.42.92.11.71.4
Continuous Flow2.81.91.41.1.9.7.6.4
M9        
Pulse Dose9.757.55.13.93.42.521.7
Continuous Flow3.42.51.81.51.25.94.75.63
C        
Pulse Dose12.18.16.14.94.03.02.42.0
Continuous Flow4.02.72.01.61.31.0.8.7
D        
Pulse Dose21.014.010.58.47.05.24.23.5
Continuous Flow6.94.63.52.82.31.71.41.2
E        
Pulse Dose34.423.017.213.811.58.66.95.8
Continuous Flow11.47.65.74.63.82.82.31.9
 
This chart is intended to be used only as a guide.

 

  • Size Dependent. 
  • Material: Steel
  1. MOQ – 10000.
  2. Lead Times – Ready for FOB in 5-6 days from order placement. 
  3. Price FOB  available on serious interest. 
  4. Customs cleared. 
  5. Country of origin – Global Sourcing. 
  6. Logistics Options- 
    • Direct Charter
    • Part Shipment Charter
    • Combo of sea + air.
  • Portable tanks are a great solution for short-term use, but patients who need oxygen for longer periods may come across significant challenges:
    • Changing Out Tanks
      With a 5–6 hour lifespan, portable “E” oxygen tanks will not last long if used continuously. If you need continuous oxygen, you could get a pulse dose regulator to extend the life of your tank, but you are probably still looking at changing out tanks every other day.
    • Fire Hazard
      Oxygen under pressure is a fire hazard. While oxygen in the atmosphere is merely a catalyst for fires, compressed oxygen causes materials (that would not otherwise burn) to catch fire more easily. So when storing tanks in your home, it is essential to keep them away from any source of sparks, heat, or flame.
    • Cost
      Portable oxygen concentrators are generally more expensive up front, but portable tanks will continue to cost money until you stop using oxygen. If you need continuous oxygen, the cost to use tanks could end being much higher in the long run.