Gross Particle Filter for Inogen One G2
Inogen One G2 Gross Particle Filter
An InogenOne G2 Particle Filter must be in place at the intake end of the concentrator during operation to keep input air clean and to keep your system working properly. Particle filters are easy to attach and remove. The particle filter should be cleaned at least once a week (or whenever dirty) to ensure the ease of air flow. Clean the particle filter with a mild liquid detergent (such as Dawn; and water); rinse in water and allow to air dry completely before reuse.
Portable and home oxygen concentrators are designed to be self-sufficient. They produce their own oxygen, alarm you if something is wrong with the machine, and they can alarm you if they don't detect a breath. The one aspect where a concentrator is not self-sufficient is with its filters. Cleaning your oxygen concentrator's filters is an absolute must. If you go without cleaning your filters you risk damaging the unit and possibly voiding the warranty of your machine.
The removable particle filters cover the air intake screens to filter out dust, pet hair, and other air-borne contaminants. They are washable and reusable, making them one of the eco-friendly features of Inogen concentrators. Replacement eco-friendly particle filters keep dust, pet hair, and other air-borne contaminants away from your oxygen.