When it comes to disaster response, the faster you and your team is able to respond to potential survivors the higher your success rate is. One essential variable involved with this practice is your utilization of oxygen. Oxygen tanks are important not only for you and your team, but also for the individuals you are attempting to rescue. Often times they have very limited access to breathable air, so being able to PRODUCE MEDICAL GRADE OXYGEN to help sustain life is vital. However, bringing in a countless number of oxygen tanks both isn't practical but also is extremely expensive, plus you never really know how much is necessary for the job. This is exactly why you need to utilize oxygen generation for disaster response. The ability to produce oxygen on site gives you access to as much oxygen as necessary, proving the possible difference between saving a life and the individual slipping away.
On site oxygen systems work by extracting enriched oxygen from the atmosphere to a concentration of 93 percent purity and is able to directly deliver the oxygen to any application. This way, you have the ability to continually regenerate oxygen for any disaster response, regardless of the situation. With the ability to function 24 hours a day, it also has the capabilities of working year round, so no matter the disaster response, the location or what needs to be done, the oxygen generator is there for all of your needs.
Grant funding is available for the equipment from both the state and federal government. This way, you don't have to worry about fronting the full price of the equipment. In time, this hardware is actually going to save you money, as you no longer have to purchase additional tanks of oxygen or expand your reserve. Most importantly, the oxygen generator is going to help you save lives. When it comes down to saving lives, the better your equipment the better your chances at successfully rescuing the distressed. Oxygen Generting Systems Intl. (OGSI) has experience helping municipalities apply for grant funding and instituting their disater preparedness plans.