UltraFill Oxygen Cylinder
UltraFill Oxygen Cylinder by Philips, are a home oxygen system that combines a stationary oxygen concentrator, filling station, and high-capacity 3,000 PSI cylinders to meet the needs of a wide range of oxygen patients, including those who are highly active or require continuous flow oxygen.
Benefits of Ultrafill Oxygen Cylinder
UltraFill’s unique design and high capacity 3,000 PSI cylinders provide a number of ways to reduce your costs while offering patients the superior oxygen duration and convenience of the UltraFill home oxygen system. Since 3,000 PSI cylinders last longer than traditional 2,000 PSI cylinders, oxygen patients will require fewer cylinders. Plus, the UltraFill system generates oxygen and fills cylinders right in the home, eliminating recurrent oxygen deliveries.
- Use your current CGA-870 compatible OCD/regulator inventory
- Upgrade your existing EverFlo,
UltraFill’s low-maintenance design enables homecare providers to lower service costs for additional savings. Also, UltraFill’s intuitive design is easy for oxygen patients to use – which means fewer service calls.
Ultrafill Oxygen Cylinder Specifications
|Dimensions (l x w x h):||9″ x 20″ x 25.5″ (229 mm x 508 mm x 648 mm)|
|Weight:||45 lbs (20.4 kgs)|
|Sound level:||44 dBA|
|Power consumption:||110 watts|
|Cylinder type:||2,000 and 3,000 PSI*|
|Typical filling time:||M6* (2,000 PSI), 1 hr 5 min
MB08* (3,000 PSI), 1 hr 45 min
|Typical use time
(4.5:1 CSR, setting of 2
at 20 breaths per minute):
|M6* (2,000 PSI), 5 hr 33 min
MB08* (3,000 PSI), 8 hr 40 min
|OCD/regulator type:||CGA-870 connection|
|Patient flow while filling:||Up to 3 LPM with Philips EverFlo,|
|Compatible concentrators:||Philips EverFlo|
|Oxygen concentration:||93% (+/- 3%)|
|Storage/transport humidity:||15 to 95% non-condensing|
UltraFill Home Oxygen Filling System Frequently Asked Questions
1. What are the dimensions of the UltraFill?
A. 9” x 20” x 25.5”
2. What is the weight of the UltraFill?
A. 45 pounds
4. How long does it take to fill an M6 cylinder? MB08?
A. 65 minutes for the M6, 105 minutes for the MB08.
5. How long does an M6 last on a patient? MB08?
A. The M6 gets provides approximately 5 hours 30 minutes of O2 during ambulation. The underlying
assumption is that the patient is using a Respironics provided Bonsai Conserving Device at a setting of
2. The duration also assumes a patient breadth rate of 20 bpm (these assumptions are common when
comparing the performance of various portable O2 devices). Under the same assumptions, the MB08
cylinder provides 8 hrs 40m of O2 (58% more O2).
6. What are the recommended operating and storage temperatures?
A. Operating: 55 to 90° F (13 to 32° C) and Storage: -30 to 160° F (-34 to 71° C)
7. What is the altitude rating of the UltraFill?
A 0 to 7,500 ft. (0 to 2,286 m)
8. What is the UltraFill’s power consumption?
A. 110 Watts
9. Can I use an extension cord?
A. No, never modify the power cord or use adapters, extension cords, etc. The unit is double insulated and uses a 2 prong not 3 prong power plug. Any modification to the power cord could alter this safety feature.
10. Can the UltraFill handle brownout conditions / what is the lowest wattage the EverFlo will
A. The specification is 120VAC +/- 10% for agency approval. This equates to 108VAC to 132
VAC. UltraFill is tested to US and International standards for low voltage and brownout conditions.