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What is Oxygen (O2)?

What’s in my Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser?

How do you ensure Oxia™ air is free from pollutants and contaminants?

How is Oxia™ Personal Oxygen different from normal atmospheric air?

Who is Oxia US Ltd?

Intellectual Property

Further Questions

Can I take Oxia on commercial airlines?
What is Oxygen (O2)?

Oxygen (O2) is the single most essential element that sustains all life on earth. It is also a powerful detoxifier and provides a natural energy boost to all plants and animals, especially humans.

Oxygen makes up about one fifth (20%) of normal atmospheric air in unpolluted environments. In addition, about two thirds (67%) of the human body, and nine tenths (90%) of water is made up of Oxygen.

Oxygen gas is colorless, odorless and tasteless, so you will not be able to see, smell or taste the Oxygen contained in your Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser.

The human body can only survive for approximately 3 minutes without Oxygen.
What’s in my Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser?

Your Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser contains approximately 6 to 8 Gallons (23 to 42 metric litres) of compressed oxygen-enriched air, made up of 90% Oxygen (O2) and 10% Nitrogen (N2).

Your Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser provides 3 to 5 minutes of continuous air-flow depending on the flow-rate chosen by you. This equals a range of 40 to 70 deep breaths depending on which size you buy.

The oxygen-enriched air contained in your Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser is completely free of any contaminants or pollutants found in normal atmospheric air and polluted environments.
How do you ensure Oxia™ air is free from pollutants and contaminants?

Every Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser is filled by a professionally-trained technician in an Oxia™ controlled facility to ensure its contents are exactly as specified, and free from any contaminants and pollutants.

Oxia™ adopts rigorous safety and quality-assurance standards to ensure your Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser contains only the most pure oxygen-enriched air.

As an added safety mechanism, your Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser also contains an internal 60 micron particle filter through which all the contents are dispensed to further ensure no contaminants are emitted from the dispenser at any time.
How is Oxia™ Personal Oxygen different from normal atmospheric air?

Normal dry atmospheric air in a clean and unpolluted environment is usually made up of 21% Oxygen (O2), 78% Nitrogen (N2) and 1% Argon, Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and various other gases.

However, normal atmospheric air in polluted environments in which most of us live, such as most capital cities in the United States, contain much higher levels of dangerous pollutants including Carbon Monoxide (CO), Lead (Pb), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Ozone (O3), Particulate Matter (PM) and Sulfur Dioxide (SO2).

Your Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser contains none of these contaminants or pollutants, and also contains a much higher concentration of pure Oxygen (O2).
Who is Oxia US Ltd?

Oxia U.S Ltd is the exclusive licensed distributor of the Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser in the United States of America.

Intellectual Property

The word “Oxia” and the Oxia logo are licensed trademarks of Oxia U.S. Ltd.

The Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser design and utility is Patent Pending.

All information, materials and diagrams contained in this document are © Copyright 2004 Oxia U.S. Ltd. All rights reserved.
Further Questions

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding the Oxia™ Personal Oxygen dispenser contact us via the 'Talk to Us' section of this website.
Can I take Oxia on commercial airlines?

Generally no. In the USA, the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) rules prohibit passengers taking compressed oxygen canisters on regular commercial passenger airline flights. This is clearly stated in most airlines' terms and conditions of travel. It is likely that if you try to take Oxia with you, it will be confiscated and not returned to you.

This is not a direct safety issue. Most commercial flights carry compressed oxygen bottles on board, however, the FAA rules dictate that the airline must have owned and self-serviced these units since new. Obviously a passenger carrying Oxia would not conform with this rule.

These rules do not apply to light aircraft or private jets.

The rules in Canada are slightly different and we advise you to check with your airline before taking Oxia with you.

If you would like to have Oxia at your destination, we are able to deliver to any residential or business address in the USA or Canada in advance of your arrival. You can then return your unit from that same address upon your departure.

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