This indigenous boy sits next to an On Site Gas Systems oxygen generator at a remote, village hospital in the Venezuelan Amazon.
This medical oxygen generator has been in regular operation there since 1996, performing-- as equipment in an isolated area must do-- with a minimum of maintenance and repair. In an area where few things are certain, the medical staff, and the people they treat, have relied daily on its trusted supply of medical oxygen.
An oxygen generator is a lifesaving addition to an isolated hospital such as this. The alternative is bottled oxygen which must be carried long distances over primitive roads that are often blocked by fallen trees or mudslides. Or worse yet, the demand may far outstrip the supply following an epidemic or disaster. Our systems overcome these logistical issues by generating limitless quantities of oxygen anywhere air and electrical power are present.
All of our systems are built-- like this one in the Amazon-- to withstand harsh conditions and perform reliably for decades. This is why the US military has so often purchased our portable units for its field hospitals and why our systems are at work, every day, in over 80 countries worldwide.