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E-Ox Basic Oxygen Systems

About our E-Ox Basic Flow Systems
Our E-OX Aviation Oxygen systems are compact, portable and lightweight. We use high quality medical grade components and have made these systems to take abuse and last for years. Our Basic Flow Systems are ideal for those pilots who fly occasional, average-length cross country trips at higher altitudes. In it's basic configuration with a standard oxygen mask, the 255 system will supply 2 hours of oxygen at a continuous flow rate of 2 liters per minute (LPM). With a height of just 16 inches and a weight of under 5lbs, the E-Ox 255 won't take up precious room in the cockpit. The adjustable click-style regulator is simple to operate, even while keeping one hand on the yoke and is calibrated at half-liter increments from 0 to 4 LPM. All of this makes the 255 system a great solution for pilots looking to provide oxygen for 3-4 hour cross country trips (using the Oxymizer cannula) or as a "just in case" oxygen system for those times terrain or ATC pushes you into higher altitudes.

Guide #1: Basic Portable - E-OX Aviation Oxygen System
These systems are designed for pilots who occasionally fly above 12,500 feet, have tight space requirements in a small aircraft, or who do not need individual control over each users oxygen flow.

Guide #2: Individual Flow - E-OX Aviation Oxygen Systems
These systems are ideal for 2 or more people flying at altitudes above 12,500 feet and/or aviators who desire optimized oxygen systems that provide the ability to control individual flow rates for both the pilot and passengers.

We're Here to Help
Picking the right kind of portable oxygen system for your aircraft and situation is an important step for pilots flying non-pressurized aircraft at altitude. A portable oxygen system will help you avoid the potentially fatal effects of hypoxia while flying and will enable you to comply with FAA regulations. Not sure which oxygen system is right for you? Check out our Aviation Oxygen Buyer's Guides mentioned above and take the guess work out of purchasing the right aircraft oxygen system. Our staff is also ready to help answer your questions or place an order. Give us a call at 1-888-362-7123.

We've put years of experience and hands-on operation into designing both types of systems. We feel confident that our E-Ox systems can meet your oxygen needs while flying and provide you with years of reliable use.

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