FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is Boost Oxygen?
Why Aromatherapy scents?
Where can I buy Boost Oxygen?
Why is it light?
What is the advantage to using a mask?
The ergonomic mask was designed and patented by Boost Oxygen to provide a convenient apparatus that can be operated by using only one hand. It also directs the oxygen flow efficiently into the mouth or nose.
How do I increase the oxygen flow when I first use the can?
To increase the initial flow, simply move your finger up the trigger to the base of the mask (towards your nose) and push down from there.
How many inhalations are in a Boost Oxygen canister?
Pocket Size Boost Oxygen canisters contain over 2 liters of Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen. This equates to approximately 40 seconds of continuous oxygen flow. People report enjoying anywhere between 15-40 inhalations of varying length. Medium Boost Oxygen canisters contain 5 liters of Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen, which is up to 100 one-second inhalations. Large Boost Oxygen canisters contain 10 liters of Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen, which equates to over 200 seconds of continuous oxygen flow, or over 200 one-second inhalations.
What are the instructions for use?
How do I know when I need to replace my Boost Oxygen canister?
Is Boost Oxygen flammable?
Can I use Boost Oxygen if I have a lung condition?
Boost Oxygen states that it is “NOT for medical or prescription use.” What does this mean?
Can I take Boost Oxygen on a passenger plane?
Can I ship Boost Oxygen canisters?
You can ship by ground in the continental United States, but not by air. See TSA Guidelines for canned oxygen. For sales in the United Kingdom please visit: www.boostoxygen.life. For sales in Canada, please visit: www.boostcanada.ca. For sales in South Africa, please visit: http://boostoxygensa.co.za/1