Turbo Oxygen - A Complete Set-up Guide
Welcome to the world of Turbo Oxygen System!
This guide will walk you through setting up your Turbo Oxygen System for reaping the maximum benefits out of your exercise.
Table of Contents
1. What’s Turbo Oxygen System?
Turbo Oxygen System, the ultimate natural energy booster, is a revolutionary EWOT system designed to enhance your wellness and physical competence by super-oxygenating your body cells, potentially leading to improved oxygenation, increased energy, enhanced performance, and accelerated recovery.
You will generate Profound Conditioning and Self-healing Results without the use of drugs, chemicals, surgery or invasive techniques.
Turbo Oxygen System comprises of 3 major components:
O2E2 Oxygen Machine: The O2E2 Machine works by receiving the ambient air, filtering out nitrogen, and delivering oxygen-enriched air to the user with utmost efficiency.
Oxygen Reservoir Bag: The 500-liter and 900-liter oxygen reservoir bags collect oxygen from an economical, low-volume O2E2 Oxygen Machine eventually and deliver this high-volume oxygen to the user as and when required.
Turbo Mega-Flow Mask: Our patented Turbo Mega-Flow Mask offers double the oxygen flow in half the time with its innovative dual-inlet design.
2. Safety First
To ensure a safe and effective setup of your Turbo Oxygen System, it's important to follow these essential safety precautions:
Consult a physician: Consult with a qualified healthcare provider before beginning any new exercise regimen, especially if you have existing health conditions.
Proper Ventilation: Set up your Turbo Oxygen System in a well-ventilated area to ensure proper air circulation.
Secure Connections: Ensure all components are properly connected and secured.
Comfortable Breathing: Wear the Turbo Mega-Flow Mask comfortably to allow unrestricted breathing and avoid discomfort.
No Smoking or Flames: Do not smoke while your Turbo Oxygen System is operating or when you are near a person using the system. Keep your system at least 5 feet (1.6 m) from hot, sparking objects or naked sources of flame.
Maintenance: Regularly inspect and clean the exterior filter of the oxygen machine, Turbo Mega-Flow mask, hoses, and other components.
Discontinue if unwell: If you feel unwell or experience dizziness, nausea, or discomfort while exercising with Turbo Oxygen System, discontinue the session and seek medical attention if necessary.
3. What’s Inside the Package?
Upon unboxing your Turbo Oxygen System, you'll discover a carefully curated assortment of components designed to enhance your Exercising with Oxygen experience.
Your Turbo Oxygen System primarily comes in two packages.
I. O2E2 Oxygen Machine Package
5LPM/10LPM Oxygen Machine
Spare air filter
2-meter nasal cannula
II. Bag Stand Package:
Adjustable stands: 2
Retractable crossbars: 2
III. Oxygen Reservoir Bag Package
900 Liter/500 Liter Oxygen Reservoir Bag
Turbo Mega-Flow Mask in your preferred size
10 ft bag-to-mask connector hose: 2 nos
Bag-to-mask connector hose adaptors: 2 nos
Corks for connector hose: 2 nos
14 ft oxygen supply hose: 1
7 ft High Flow Nasal Cannula: 1
2-feet connector hose with Y-connector
Roof hanging screws: 2 nos
Pressure Relief Valve: 1 (attached to the Bag)
White caps (to close off O2 inlet bag feeder nipples not being connected to oxygen machines): 5
4. Setting Up Your Turbo Oxygen System
4.1 O2E2 Oxygen Machine Setup
Please take time to familiarize yourself with your O2E2 Machine. Before using the machine, make sure you have the following items:
Oxygen machine set: 1
Adapter for connecting humidifier: 1
Oxygen outlet connector: 1
4.1.1 Important Parts of Your O2E2 Oxygen Machine
- Power Switch (I=ON, O=OFF)
- Circuit breaker
- Humidifier holder
- Oxygen outlet–oxygen is dispersed through this port
- Flow meter
- Flow meter knob
- Monitor-indicate the condition of oxygen purity status and hour meter
- Green Power light—illuminates when your concentrator is operating
- Normal Oxygen (green) light-(the LED display normal oxygen)/optional
- Low Oxygen (yellow) light-(the LED display low oxygen)/ optional
- Red Service Required light—when illuminated, contact us.
- Air filter—prevents dirt, dust, and lint from entering your unit
- Specification label
- Power cord and/or IEC connector
4.1.2 Before Operating Your O2E2 Oxygen Machine
Before operating your O2E2 Machine, make sure you:
Position your unit near an electrical outlet.
Position your unit at least 6 inches (16 cm) from walls, draperies, or any other objects that might prevent the proper flow of air in and out of your O2E2 machine.
Check the machine has an air filter at the back.
Attach the 14, 25, or 50-foot thin, smooth bore hose that came with the machine to the connector.
4.2 Oxygen Reservoir Bag Setup
10 ft Bag to mask connector hose-2 - Large connector hose connects/transports O2 from the Reservoir bag to the Mega-Flow mask.
Bag to mask connector hose adaptors: 2
Corks for large connector tubes when not in use: 2
White caps to close off O2 inlet bag feeder nipples when not being connected to O2E2 oxygen machines: 5
Y connector to split O2 from O2E2 machine to slowly fill the bag and sleep simultaneously: 1
14 ft hose to feed the bag from the machine, combined with the bag for slow all-night or all-day fill: 1
7 ft High-flow nasal cannula: 1
Pressure relief valve: The pressure relief valve , attached to the Bag protects the bag from excessive overfilling.
S-hooks for hanging the bag: 2
Roof hanging screws: 2
4.2.1 More about the Pressure Relief Valve
As mentioned above, the pressure relief valve protects the bag from excessive overfilling. When you overfill the bag, even before the point where the pressure relief valve kicks in, it stretches the bag a little. The Oxygen Reservoir Bag is made of medical-grade TPU, which makes it highly durable. So the bag will impart less internal pressure on the seams and outlets. It can also stretch a bit.
Rest assured, there's typically no issue with the bag if you've slightly overfilled it. However, if you exceeded the limit without the pressure relief valve and put excessive strain on the seams, it might lead to a gradual leak. Yet, if the bag has been stretched without any leak, it's likely to accommodate even more oxygen. To address any leaks, we can send you sealing tape.
4.2.2 Before Operating Your Oxygen Reservoir Bag
Hang the bag by grommet holes in the corners. Can be hung vertically, horizontally, or by all 4 corners to 9-foot minimum high ceiling.
If you have ordered a Bag Stand,
5. Using Your Turbo Oxygen System
Connect the oxygen tubing from the O2E2 machine to the small nipple on the bag.
Press the power switch of the O2E2 machine to the “ON” position. When the unit is turned on, all four lights on the front panel will illuminate briefly.
-- Power light
-- Normal Oxygen light (Oxygen Concentration≥82%)
-- Low Oxygen light (Oxygen Concentration between 70% and 82%)
-- Service Required light (Oxygen Concentration<70%)
After a few seconds, only the Power and Normal Oxygen lights will remain lit. The Audible Signal will briefly alarm.
Note 1 — If the Service Required light illuminates and the audible signal alarms but the unit is not operating, there is no power to the unit, Refer to the Troubleshooting table and contact us if necessary.
Note 2 — If an audible low-frequency vibration sound is detected, the unit is not operating properly. Refer to the Troubleshooting table and contact us if necessary.
Check the flow meter to make sure that the flow meter ball is centered on the line next to your required flow rate.
If the flow meter knob is turned clockwise, the flow decreases (and eventually will shut off the oxygen flow). If the knob is turned counterclockwise, the flow increases.
Note — Your O2E2 Oxygen Machine has a reserve oxygen system. If your unit loses electrical power or fails to operate correctly, the patient Alert System will sound to signal you to switch to your reserve oxygen system (if provided )and contact us.
Allow the Oxygen Reservoir Bag to fill with oxygen-enriched air. Filling times vary depending on the variant of the Reservoir Bag and the flow rate of the O2E2 Oxygen Machine.
900 Liter Reservoir Bag
--Time required to fill with a 10 LPM Oxygen Machine: ~1.5 hours (900/10=90 minutes)
--Time required to fill with a 5 LPM Oxygen Machine: ~3 hours (900/5=180 minutes)
500 Liter Reservoir Bag
--Time required to fill with a 10 LPM Oxygen Machine: ~1 hour (500/10=50 minutes)
--Time required to fill with a 5 LPM Oxygen Machine: ~1.5 hours (500/5=100 minutes)
Note - For a slow fill (for instance, 8-hour filling overnight or during the day), reduce the volume to 1 LPM for the 500-liter bag (8 x 60minutes = 480 liters) and 2 LPM for the 900-liter bag (8 x 120 minutes = 960 liters) and the pressure relief valve should prevent overfill (a little is ok as it will stretch a bit).
Once the bag is full, you can start your EWOT session
Take the Turbo Mega Flow Mask and connect the bag-to-mask connector hoses to each of the mask inlets.
Keep corks in large bag-to-mask hoses until you are ready to connect the Turbo Mega-Flow mask.
Remove corks to attach the mask to the hoses via the white adaptors. Fit the Mask to the face and adjust the head straps.
Tighten the upper straps first and then the lower ones. (Note: For some noses, a Breathe Right Strip can open the nostrils to allow more flow).
Position yourself in front of your chosen exercise equipment (for instance, treadmill, elliptical) and ensure the equipment is properly set up and adjusted for your session.
Before starting the exercise, begin with a gentle warm-up for a few minutes to prepare your body.
Start with a session duration that aligns with your fitness level. Start with an initial session duration of 10-15 minutes for beginners. As your comfort and fitness level increase, gradually extend the session duration up to 20 minutes.
After the session, disconnect the mask from the hoses and re-plug the corks at the hose end to save any balance of O2. (Note: Keep the O2E2 Machine running during the session to allow retaining of maximum O2 volume in the bag. After the session, return the cork to the large hose end to hold in O2 left in the bag.)
5.1 Incorporating a second bag and machine
You can consider incorporating a second bag and machine to enhance your EWOT experience. This setup offers several benefits:
Equally Filled Bags: Utilize a second machine to fill a second bag. Connect the bags using a bag-to-mask large hose. This configuration provides a combined volume of 1,800 liters, ensuring a generous margin of error.
Guaranteed Safe Filling: The use of two bags, totaling 1,800 liters, combined with pressure relief valves, virtually eliminates the risk of overfilling, promoting a secure and worry-free experience.
Extended Session Duration: With a capacity of 1,800 liters, you can enjoy longer sessions without concerns about sufficient oxygen for each session.
Convenience for Multiple Users: The dual bag system makes it convenient for two individuals to use the system simultaneously or consecutively, ensuring an ample reserve of oxygen.
6. Care and Maintenance
6.1 O2E2 Oxygen Machine
Do not use lubricants, oils or grease
Before attempting any cleaning procedures, turn the unit OFF.
Humidifier Bottle: Clean your humidifier bottle daily. Wash the humidifier in a solution of hot water and dishwashing detergent. Soak the humidifier in a solution of one part white vinegar to three parts hot water for 30 minutes. This solution acts as a germicidal agent. Rinse thoroughly with warm tap water and refill with distilled water for use. Do not overfill.
Cannula, Mask, and Tubing: Clean and replace the cannula, mask, and tubing
Air Filter and Oxygen Outlet Connector: The connector should not be cleaned at least once a week. To clean, follow these instructions.
-- Remove the oxygen outlet connector (if used).
-- Wash in a solution of warm water and dishwashing detergent.
-- Rinse thoroughly with warm tap water and towel dry. The filter should be completely dry before reinstalling.
Air filter needs to be replaced after the device operates every 3000 hours. The air filter is disposable after used. Not replacing the air filter regularly will affect the performance of concentration.
CAUTION—To prevent product damage, do not attempt to operate the unit without the air filter or while the filter is still damp.
Exterior Cabinet: Clean the concentrator exterior cabinet using a damp cloth or sponge with a mild household cleaner and wipe it dry.
WARNING — To avoid electric shock, do not remove the concentrator cabinet. The cabinet should only be removed by a qualified technician. Do not apply liquid directly to the cabinet or utilize any petroleum-based solvents or cleaning agents.
6.1.1 Before Operating Your Oxygen Reservoir Bag
Clean the air filter at least once a week. Change the felt of the Inlet Pre-Filter at least once in half a year.
-- Open the Important Safeguard, pull out the Inlet Pre Filter, and pull out the old felts from the Inlet Pre-Filter (two sides).
-- Then insert the new felts to the Inlet Pre-Filter on each side, insert the Inlet Pre-Filter, and close the Important Safeguard.
Change the Bacterial Filter at least once a year. You can not change this by yourself, you must contact your CW Medical provider to change this for you.
6.2 Oxygen Reservoir Bag
Oxygen Reservoir Bag is designed to receive clean, dry oxygen and should remain free from any mold. The bag's anti-microbial lining further ensures hygiene during usage.
No need for cleaning the bag or hoses as you only inhale O2 from the bag and cannot exhale CO2 into the bag or hoses with the mask. Exhaling occurs through the mask's valves, releasing CO2 into the room.
If you feel you must clean the main breathing hose, any CPAP hose cleaner available in the market can be used. However, this step is generally unnecessary due to the system's inhalation-exhalation mechanism.
Keeping the system closed maintains a cleaner environment within the bag, as it prevents the introduction of potentially contaminated room air.
6.3 Turbo Mega-Flow Mask
The Turbo Mega-Flow Mask is a medical-grade mask that can be cleaned using a gentle liquid soap, such as Miracle2.
The masks are designed to withstand autoclaving and sterilization procedures, making them suitable for medical settings requiring stringent cleanliness standards.
We recommend using separate masks for each user from a hygiene perspective. This practice ensures that each individual enjoys a clean and sanitary EWOT session, minimizing the potential transfer of germs or contaminants.
7.1 O2E2 Oxygen Machine
|Unit does not operate. |
Power light is off when the power switch is “on .”
Audible alarm is pulsing and Service Required light is flashing.
|Power cord not properly inserted into wall outlet||Check the power connection at the wall outlet.|
|No power at wall outlet||Check your home circuit breaker and reset if necessary.Use a different wall outlet if the situation occurs again|
|Oxygen concentrator circuit breaker activated (selected units)||Press the concentrator circuit breaker button (if equipped) located below the power switch. Use a different wall outlet if the situation occurs again.|
|Unit operates; the Power light is on when the Power switch is “On.”|
Red Service Required light is illuminated.
Audible alarm may be sounding.
|Air filter is blocked||Check the air filter. If the filter is dirty, follow the replacement instructions|
|Exhaust is blocked||Check the exhaust area; make sure there is nothing restricting the unit exhaust.|
|Blocked or defective cannula, catheter, face mask, or oxygen tubing||Detach cannula, catheter, or face mask. If proper flow is restored, clean or replace if necessary. |
Disconnect the oxygen tubing at the oxygen outlet. If proper flow is restored, check the oxygen tubing for obstructions or kinks. Replace if necessary.
|Blocked or defective humidifier bottle||Detach the humidifier from the oxygen outlet. If proper flow is obtained, clean or replace the humidifier.|
|Flow meter set too low||Set flow meter to prescribed flow rate. If the above remedies do not work, contact us.|
|Unit operates; The power light is on when the power switch is “ON “, audible low-frequency vibration sound is detected.||Turn your unit “OFF,” Switch to your reserve oxygen system, and contact us.|
|If any other problems occur with your oxygen concentrator.||Turn your unit “Off”.Switch to your reserve oxygen system, and contact us.|
|Both the green (Normal Oxygen) and the yellow (Low Oxygen) lights are either ON or OFF.||O.C.I malfunction||Contact us|
|Yellow (Low Oxygen) light is ON |
Yellow (Low Oxygen) light is ON and the intermittent Audible Signal is sounding.
|Flow meter is not properly set.||Ensure the flow meter is properly set to the required flow rate|
|Air filter is blocked||Check the air filter. If the filter is dirty, wash it following the cleaning instructions.|
|Exhaust is blocked||Check the exhaust area: make sure there is nothing restricting the unit exhaust. If the above remedies do not work, contact us.|
7.2 Oxygen Reservoir Bag
|Slow or no fill during EWOT sessions||Check Hose Connections: Ensure the machine is properly connected to the hose. Verify that the hose is securely attached to the bag's O2 input nipple.|
Inspect Pressure Relief Valve: Examine the pressure relief valve at the bag-to-valve connection point. Ensure it is tightly secured to prevent any air leaks.
|Bag losing volume within 24 hours||Check Overfilling: Verify if the bag was overfilled, causing potential leaks. The bags are robust and highly durable, but overfilling might lead to issues.|
Inspect for Leaks: Examine the bag for any visible leaks. If identified, we will provide sealing tape to address the leak effectively.
Oxygen Feeder Hose: Sometimes, oxygen might leak out through the feeder hose back into the machine. Consider disconnecting the O2 feeder hose and securing a white cap on the bag's O2 input nipple.
|Ordered the pressure relief valve after receiving the bag||In this case, the copper L has not been glued to the bag outlet.|
Follow these steps to ensure a strong and reliable attachment of the pressure relief valve, preventing slipping and potential leaks during your EWOT sessions.
Apply Silicon Glue: Position the bag outlet facing up and apply silicone thick glue in a 360-degree ring around the copper L bracket's base.
Attach Valve and Allow Drying: Place the copper L bracket over the bag outlet in the glued area and allow it to dry completely. Attach the relief valve securely onto the copper L bracket. Open the relief valve fully by rotating it counterclockwise.
|Decrease in bag volume after filling it and allowing it to sit for an extended period.||Pressure Relief Valve: The pressure relief valve may allow a small amount of oxygen to escape over time. To address this, run the machine(s) for a brief period while you exercise. This will quickly replenish the lost volume.|
O2 Feeder Hose Leak: Oxygen can also escape through the O2 feeder hose when not in use. Counteract this by exercising while using the EWOT system. Alternatively, cap the feeder hose nipple between sessions to prevent leakage.
7.3 Bag Stand
|Can’t insert plastic handled threaded bolt through pole||Possible Jammed Inside Tube: While rare, it's possible that the inside tube might be jammed within the outer tube.|
Visual Inspection: Observe the hole and notice any metal obstruction preventing the insertion of the threaded bolt.
This metal obstruction is the inside tube, which contributes to expanding the overall length.
Release Metal Obstruction: To release the metal obstruction, rotate the inside tube counterclockwise while gently pulling it out.
If the tube remains stuck, consider seeking assistance from someone with more strength to help remove it.
8. Warranty and Support
Your Turbo Oxygen System is backed by a comprehensive warranty to ensure your satisfaction and peace of mind.
8.1 Warranty Terms & Conditions
We stand by the quality and durability of our Turbo Oxygen System.
Your O2E2 Machine, Oxygen Reservoir Bag, and Turbo Mega-Flow Mask are covered by a comprehensive 3-year warranty starting from the date of purchase.
O2E2 Oxygen Machine: We cover parts, manufacturing defects, and functional issues that may arise during regular use. In the unlikely event that you encounter any problems, please refer to the Troubleshooting Guide or contact our support team.
Oxygen Reservoir Bag: We cover any manufacturing defects. Once you send us the photograph of the defect, we will assess it and send you a replacement if needed.
Turbo Mega-Flow Mask: We cover any manufacturing defects and size issues. Once you send the photograph of the defect, we will assess it and send you a replacement if needed.
8.2 Customer Support
Our support team is here to assist you with any enquiries or concerns you may have regarding your Turbo Oxygen System.
For warranty details or support, please contact us at email@example.com.
Thank you for choosing our Turbo Oxygen System. We look forward to being a part of your wellness journey.