Welcome to Ecomed Medical (Pty) Ltd, a leader in the home care oxygen, CPAP business and a supplier of a comprehensive range of medical equipment.
The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted how critical medical oxygen is as a lifesaving therapy for patients with low oxygen saturation.
A key component in concentrators is the sieve material, which binds to the non-oxygen gases, allowing the concentrator to release oxygen at high purity, above 90%.
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How an oxygen concentrator works
ALERT: When purchasing an oxygen concentrator, please make sure the machine offers
an oxygen purity of above 90% regardless of flow settings.
Ecomed Medical guarantees our oxygen concentrators produce a minimum
of 90% oxygen purity in all flow rates.
Featured Product of the Month!
Portable Oxygen Concentrator
The Kingon P2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator stands for freedom, simplicity and reliability, providing oxygen-enriched air without the need for inconvenient and potentially hazardous pressurized oxygen or liquid oxygen tanks.
Kingon Medical Science and Technology Co., Ltd spent two years researching and developing the world’s smallest and lightest portable 1 LPM oxygen concentrator. Weighing just 1.9 kg (including battery) and with 5 flow settings, this pulse-dose portable oxygen concentrator is of a size so compact it can be held in the palm of your hand.
The Kingon P2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator can be used to provide reliable supplementary oxygen therapy for respiratory and cardiac patients, in acute settings and in low-oxygen high-elevation environments.
Ecomed was founded to meet the needs of home respiratory patients across South Africa and serving those patients remains one of the cornerstones of our business. This service intensive aspect of Ecomed demands excellence 24/7 and we are engineered to deliver on the expectations of patients, professionals, and families from across the region.
Of all the delivery systems used by oxygen-dependent patients, oxygen concentrators are the most common and usually the most economical method to provide oxygen therapy at home. An oxygen concentrator is an electrical device that uses sieve-bed technology to extract oxygen from the surrounding air.