Supplying Ozone products throughout NZ and Australia
Here at Natural Ozone we are continually amazed at how Ozone can be used to fix - well just about everything! Whether it is to heal our bodies with ozone therapy or a broad range of skin ailments with the Amazing Natural Healing Gel range, using water ozonators and its potent disinfecting power, or keeping the air clean with our ozone air purifiers.
At home oxygen for your loved ones
Think of an oxygen concentrator as a window air conditioner — it takes air in and concentrates the level of oxygen you require up to 96% purity. The oxygen concentrator takes air in and purifies it for use by individuals who require medical oxygen because of low levels of oxygen in their blood. At home treatment for those with Asthma, Pneumonia, Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS), Bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD), Cystic fibrosis and Sleep Apnea
Does Oxygen Help with Sleep Apnoea?
Sleep apnoea is a debilitating and potentially serious condition in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts during sleep. If you snore loudly or wake up tired even after a full night sleep, you may have sleep apnoea.Read More about Sleep Apnoea
What are the Benefits of an Oxygen Concentrator?
Our customers come to us looking for a product to supply supplemental oxygen. Whether they are struggling with a lung disease or a breathing disorder they are looking for an easy to use alternative to oxygen bottles and cylinders.Oxygen Concentrator Benefits
What is an Oxygen Concentrator?
Home oxygen concentrators were developed as a flexible and cost-effective way for those who have been prescribed the use of oxygen therapy by the physician to reclaim their independence both at home as well as on holidays.What is an Oxygen Concentrator?
What does an Oxygen Concentrator do?
An oxygen concentrator is a machine that uses the ambient air as a raw material to to generate high purity oxygen by separating it from the nitrogen using a device known as a molecular sieve. This life-enhancing gas is delivered to the user by a breathing device such as a nasal cannula or face mask. Oxygen therapy is indicated in a number of different conditions including cystic fibrosis, pneumonia and other lung disorders.
How Does an Oxygen Concentrator Work?
Think of an oxygen concentrator like an air conditioner — it takes air in, changes it, and delivers it in a different form. Patients who required oxygen therapy in the past mainly relied on pressurized oxygen tanks. Even though these tanks are effective, they require regular refilling and are cumbersome and expensive in the long term.How Does an Oxygen Concentrator Work?