Oxygen enrichment allows our cells to be saturated with oxygen and expels wastes and toxins; one of the main ways our body eliminates toxins. Oxygen is necessary for cellular respiration: the biochemical process by which a cell converts nutrients into energy involving the oxidation of glucose to carbon dioxide and water; and the dysfunction of cellular respiration is the known cause of cancer and many other diseases. Oxygen aids in the building and repair of tissues. It reduces pain and helps the health of all of our tissues and joints. It also relieves fatigue and boosts our energy. Oxygen helps to improve blood sugar levels and to balance hormones. Breathing is essential to brain function and helps the movement of lymph, stimulates digestion, metabolism, and abdominal organ function. Breathing is like an internal massage for your body.  



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Increasing the oxygen content of air brings advantages in any process where inert nitrogen has a ballast effect.  The benefit accrues even at only modest enrichment.  For example, air with oxygen enriched from 21% to only 30% – an enrichment of only 9% – will contain nearly 40% less nitrogen per unit of oxygen.


is revolutionizing the indoor environment with in home and commercial oxygen enriched room systems.


Oxygen depletion weakens our immune system, which leads to viral infections, damaged cells, growths, inflamed joints, heart and circulatory problems, toxic buildup in blood and premature aging. Low oxygen allows damaged cells to multiply and form growths in our bodies because our cells are oxygen deficient. If the cells in our bodies are rich in oxygen, mutated cells are less able to reproduce. Oxygen displaces harmful free radicals, neutralizes environmental toxins and destroys anaerobic (the inability to live in oxygen rich environments) infectious bacteria, parasites, microbes and viruses.


The most common physiological effects of low oxygen levels are breathlessness, irritability, headaches, nausea and poor judgment. Other effects caused by a lack of oxygen are impairs in sleep quality, problems in mental performance productivity and general dissatisfaction. For example, one of the most unpleasant features of low oxygen levels is difficulties with sleeping.

The rate at which humans can perform daily activities (power output) depends on the amount of oxygen available to the body, so it is not surprising that as pollutants, pollution, poor ventilation, high altitudes, etc. increase, maximal oxygen uptake falls and therefore the need for supplementary oxygen is well recommended. That's where we come in.                             



Our OXY AIR SYSTEMS  are capable of increasing the oxygen content of an entire room or for providing a constant stream of oxygen enriched air directly where it is needed most.