How Long does a Portable Oxygen Tank Last?

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I am assuming we are talking about the portable oxygen concentrators which all last between 1and 3 hours. Compressed portables can give off 10 hours while liquid portables all fall in around 8 hours. These are the common sizes so it may vary some. You can find more information here: www.portableoxygen.org
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The length of time a portable oxygen tank will last depends upon several things. First is the size of the tank. Some of the smaller ones may last 4 hours, others may last longer. Second is how the tank is used. If the tank is used constantly, it will run out of oxygen sooner than if it is just used as needed. I have a small portable oxygen tank that I only use as needed and was told that if used continuously, it would last for about 4 hours.
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