iFill personal oxygen refill station - quality air?

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first off I'd like to apologize if this is in the wrong section, I just don't know where to go.

does anyone have experience using an iFill Personal Oxygen Refill Station? and if the oxygen that is filled into the canister is the same grade of oxygen that it would be filled with if refilled by a company?

my father has covid pneumonia and gasping for air. insurance won't cover oxygen and now having an incredibly hard time getting a new one or one filled. Yesterday I drove 10 hrs round trip to pick up 5 small oxygen tanks from a friend of my sister's.

his o2 is at 89 with the canister. goes between 87 and 89 on the concentrator. he is unable to stand, with the canister, for more than 1 minute while his o2 drops to 78.

He would not be able to this while using concentrator. he needs to be on the canister during the day.

again, sorry if in the wrong section. any advice would be greatly appreciated.


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    I am not familiar with what you are referring to.

    As this post is 2 months old, hopefully you will have gone back to the oxygen supplier for further advice and sought suggestions from a US site.

    If you have found out anything, perhaps post it here for other US users.

    Best wishes

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