Supera Anesthesia Innovations is proud to bring the revolutionary Pureline OC4000 oxygen (O2) concentrator to veterinarians in the U.S. for the first time. While similar machines have been in use in Europe for years, Supera has perfected the technology, added safety features, and now is making this money-saving equipment available here. The Pureline O2 Concentrator is FDA approved, UL tested, and backed by the industry’s best warranty—a full three years.
By eliminating the cost of oxygen tank rental or purchase, refills and delivery, and management, Pureline can pay for itself very quickly.
How does Pureline’s oxygen concentrator work?
The Pureline OC4000 draws in room air through a filter. A compressor sends the filtered air to a solenoid valve, which moves it into one cylinder of Pureline’s two-cylinder design. This two-cylinder design ensures a constant supply of oxygen; while one side is being used, the other side is being replenished. Under pressure inside the cylinder, the molecular sieve material attracts and holds the nitrogen from the room air (21% O2). The enriched oxygen (92-95% O2) is directed to the pressure regulator, a final filter, and finally out to the anesthesia machine. Remember, while one cylinder is in use, the other is refilling with enriched oxygen ensuring you a constant, reliable supply of oxygen.
If this is so good why haven’t we had it already?
Veterinary anesthesia machines with oxygen concentrators have been in use in Europe for years, but have not been used in the United States due to the prohibitive cost of the concentrator. Recent developments have brought down the cost of oxygen concentrators and made them extremely cost effective. In addition to the lower cost, Supera Anesthesia Innovations has added safety features that European models don’t have, perfected the design for use with anesthesia machines, making it easier to use and utterly reliable.
Can I use it with my existing vaporizer and other anesthesia equipment?
Yes. The Pureline OC4000 works will all kinds of vaporizers and machines. It comes complete and ready for use. Other than the oxygen backup tank, there are no tanks, hoses, or regulators to buy, store, or replace.
What safety features does Pureline have?
Pureline is FDA approved and UL tested. It is made of the highest-quality materials and is built in the USA to the highest ISO quality standards and certified by TÜV SÜD America. TÜV SÜD America is a globally recognized testing, inspection and certification organization. The Pureline machine itself features both audible and illuminated safety alerts and has an emergency backup oxygen supply (standard E tank). Supera products have never had an equipment-related animal death reported.
What sort of savings can I expect?
With the Pureline OC4000, you get your medical-grade oxygen for free, on demand. By eliminating tank rental, refills, and tank management, Pureline enables you to save all that cost year after year. In fact, it could pay for itself in as little as one year.
Where is it made? Why should I care?
The Pureline OC4000 and all Supera products are made in the USA in our Oregon manufacturing facility. Our plant and products are fully certified for quality and safety. You can count on Supera’s simplicity to make your job easier and our made-in-the-USA quality to give you many years of reliable service. All Supera anesthesia machines are backed by our 10-Year Warranty. All Pureline concentrators have a 3-year warranty.
• Works with your existing anesthesia equipment
• Extracts FDA-approved USP93% pure O2 from the air and delivers on demand- up to 5 LPM
• Connects with industry standard oxygen DISS threaded connection
• Includes 10’ of high pressure O2 hose with female DISS end fittings
• FDA approved, UL tested
• Oxygen purity and flow safety alarms
• Quiet 40-dBA operation
• Light-weight at 30 lbs
• Made in the USA, state-of-the-art manufacturing with ISO quality and TUV SUV safety certifications
• Industry best 3 year warranty
• Dimensions: 14"x9"x23"
Electrical power supply:Rating: 115/230V 60Hz, Average Power: 330W(avg), Protection Class: Class II, Mains Protection: 5A
• The coarse cabinet filter should be cleaned as needed in your environment.
Order P/N OC4000-1
• Change fine intake filters during yearly anesthesia service call or every 2 years.
Order P/N OC4000-2
• For replacement filters contact us at 1-877-620-1500