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Who Are we?

We are a group of corporate professionals (IIT, DCE, INSEAD, NITIE, IIM alums) who have come together to help tackle the problem of oxygen shortage in Delhi NCR and surrounding areas, which have been worst impacted in this second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Based on multiple discussions with various doctors and other sectoral experts, we have learnt that Oxygen concentrators are effective to treat patients with mild to moderate symptoms (particularly 85 < SpO2 concentration < 94). With this learning and with an idea of ensuring that no lives are lost due to lack of oxygen supply at home, we are procuring approx. 800 concentrators in the first phase for loaning/leasing out to individuals, institutions completely free of cost.

We plan to scale up our efforts programmatically to increase penetration in Delhi and also serve other cities subsequently, if the need arises and if we are able to raise adequate funds. To further fuel this initiative, expand our outreach and maximize the social impact, we have collaborated with Sambhav Foundation and Milaap for our fund raise.

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How to Use Oxygen Concentrator

  • Specifications
  • Working Voltage : 220-240V / AC
  • Frequency : 50 Hz.
  • Electricity Consumption : 165 W
  • Oxygen Flow : 0.5 - 5 liters / minute
  • Oxygen Purity :95.5% ~ 87%
  • Oxygen Monitor High Oxygen : O 2 > 93% + 3
  • Low Oxygen : O 2 <86% + 3
  • Technical Service Requirement : <70%
  • Working Temperature : 5- 40 o C
  • Gross Weight : 24,5 kg
  • Net Weight : 23.5 kg
  • Type : B
  • Class : II
  • Sound Level : ≤53dB (A)
  • Time settings operating mode
  • Efficient working system that provides high energy savings compared to conventional oxygen concentrators
  • CE and ISO Certificate
  • Alarm, Power failure, high and low pressure, temperature (65 °) low saturation

The oxygen generator is intended to provide >=90% supplemental low flow oxygen, which is separated from room air, to the patient in the home, nursing homes, patient care facilities, etc. Oxygen is delivered to the patient via a nasal cannula or oxygen mask. The device is not intended to support or sustain life.

The device uses Pressure Swing Adsorption technology to deliver concentrated oxygen. Two chambers and a valve allow compressed air to enter the embedded seive, which will separate the nitrogen from the air. When one chamber is receiving compressed air, the other is expelling nitrogen back to the air. The cycle is repeated continuously. The concentrated oxygen created at each cycle is stored in an oxygen store cylinder to a patient. This working principle is widely used in the oxygen concentrator.

  • Specifications
  • Model 5L
  • Rated power (VA) 350
  • Operation voltage (V/Hz) AC230/50
  • Oxygen flow (L/min) 0.5-5
  • Oxygen concentration (%) 93% ± 3%
  • Outlet pressure (Mpa) 0.04-0.07
  • Noise (dB(A)) ≤ 40
  • Large LCD display
  • Total working hours (range: 0-99999 hours)
  • Electrical category Class II, Type B
  • Net Weight (lb.) 37

The oxygen generator is intended to provide >=90% supplemental low flow oxygen, which is separated from room air, to the patient in the home, nursing homes, patient care facilities, etc. Oxygen is delivered to the patient via a nasal cannula or oxygen mask. The device is not intended to support or sustain life.

The device uses Pressure Swing Adsorption technology to deliver concentrated oxygen. Two chambers and a valve allow compressed air to enter the embedded seive, which will separate the nitrogen from the air. When one chamber is receiving compressed air, the other is expelling nitrogen back to the air. The cycle is repeated continuously. The concentrated oxygen created at each cycle is stored in an oxygen store cylinder to a patient. This working principle is widely used in the oxygen concentrator.

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Thank You Dear Volunteers

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  • Suchismeeta Mandal - Heritage Village Reso
  • Shubhi Sood
  • Vipin Saini - Heritage Village Resort
  • Nakul Agarwal - Heritage Village Resort
  • Deepak Sharma - Heritage Village Resort
  • Nikhil Garg - Heritage Village Resort
  • Vaishali Rawat - Brick2wall.com
  • Vivek Kala - Heritage Village Resort
  • Daljeet Aswal - Heritage Village Resort
  • Sahil Bhatia - Heritage Village Resort
  • Chandrakant - Heritage Village Resort
  • Vagisha Gupta - Heritage Village Resort
  • Sachin Agarwal - Heritage Village Resort
  • Tarun Sharma - Heritage Village Resort
  • Sandeep Kapoor - Heritage Village Resort
  • Sudhanshu Patel - IIT Roorkee
  • Harshil Dhawan - Ogilvy
  • Aditya Khandelwal - SHL
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