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Clinical Inhaler Buyers Guide

What is a hydrogen inhaler?

You may be familiar with hydrogen water or have heard of a hydrogen water generator. While hydrogen water is definitely a popular way to consume hydrogen, breathing hydrogen with a hydrogen inhaler is another common mechanism of delivery.

Vital Reaction's Hydrogen Inhalation Machines use the latest in medical technology to produce fresh hydrogen for optimal health daily. Our clinical inhaler uses Solid Poly Electrolytic technology (SPE) or Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) techniques which are used as a hydrogen infusion method. This allows the inhaler to produce hydrogen-rich water or gas without residual pollutants like ozone or chlorine.

 

What is a hydrogen inhaler?

You may be familiar with hydrogen water or have heard of a hydrogen water generator. While hydrogen water is definitely a popular way to consume hydrogen, breathing hydrogen with a hydrogen inhaler is another common mechanism of delivery. 

Vital Reaction's Hydrogen Inhalation Machines use the latest in medical technology to produce fresh hydrogen for optimal health daily. Our clinical inhaler uses Solid Poly Electrolytic technology (SPE) or Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) techniques which are used as a hydrogen infusion method. This allows the inhaler to produce hydrogen-rich water or gas without residual pollutants like ozone or chlorine.

What to look for in a hydrogen inhaler?

There are a few factors to consider in a hydrogen inhaler:

  • Safety is one of the most important considerations - High concentrations of hydrogen pose a risk of fire/explosion especially if the inhaler is not appropriately designed.
  • Hydrogen output - Consuming adequate volumes of hydrogen are essential to getting the full effect of the hydrogen gas. For hydrogen inhalation below 10% is safe, because it is below the level of flammability.
  • The need for additives or caustic chemicals - Some devices require the addition of chemicals and electrolytes. WIth Vital Reaction hydrogen clinical inhalers there are no additives required.

What makes the VR Clinical Inhaler different?

Our clinical inhaler has 3 functions including hydrogen absorption, hydrogen water production and oxygen gas production. This versatility means you get the best option to get hydrogen rich water as well as inhalation all in one device.

The use of cutting edge electrolysis methods: SPE, PEM hydrogen-oxygen separation electrolysis hydrogen production means our clinical inhaler gives you the safest hydrogen for consumption either in water or gas form.

Additionally, you can't 'feel' hydrogen coming out of our inhaler. But there’s a logical reason for that.

The low pressure ensures you won't be distracted by the flow of hydrogen so you can comfortably use the unit at home or at work.

The low pressure ensures you won't be distracted by the flow of hydrogen so you can comfortably use the unit at home or at work.

What makes the VR clinical Inhaler different?

Our clinical inhaler has 3 functions including hydrogen absorption, hydrogen water production and oxygen gas production. This versatility means you get the best option to get hydrogen rich water as well as inhalation all in one device.

The use of cutting edge electrolysis methods: SPE, PEM hydrogen-oxygen separation electrolysis hydrogen production means our clinical inhaler gives you the safest hydrogen for consumption either in water or gas form.

Additionally, you can't 'feel' hydrogen coming out of our inhaler. But there’s a logical reason for that.

The low pressure ensures you won't be distracted by the flow of hydrogen so you can comfortably use the unit at home or at work.

The low pressure ensures you won't be distracted by the flow of hydrogen so you can comfortably use the unit at home or at work.

How do you test the airflow?

To test the flow you can put the cannula in your mouth and you'll feel your cheeks inflate, this is how you can 'see' the machine working. Alternatively, you can put the cannula in a glass of water.

Does hydrogen gas have a distinct odor?

With our clinical inhaler you won't smell anything coming out of the cannula. Hydrogen gas has no odor. If you're smelling an odor this means your machine could be defective or it's not producing PURE hydrogen gas. This sets our inhaler apart from the rest.

Each inhaler has a sensor in the main water tank to ensure only distilled water is used. This preserves the lifespan of the electrodes. Most competing inhalers lack this feature, causing their machines to break down over time. Most other machines also require the use of additives (such as electrolytes) or caustic chemicals (such as lye).

How do you test the airflow?

To test the flow you can put the cannula in your mouth and you'll feel your cheeks inflate, this is how you can 'see' the machine working. Alternatively, you can put the cannula in a glass of water.

Does hydrogen gas have a distinct odor?

With our clinical inhaler you won't smell anything coming out of the cannula. Hydrogen gas has no odor. If you're smelling an odor this means your machine could be defective or it's not producing PURE hydrogen gas. This sets our inhaler apart from the rest.

Each inhaler has a sensor in the main water tank to ensure only distilled water is used. This preserves the lifespan of the electrodes. Most competing inhalers lack this feature, causing their machines to break down over time. Most other machines also require the use of additives (such as electrolytes) or caustic chemicals (such as lye).

What are the specifications of the VR clinical inhaler?

  • Adjustable Flow Rate: 300 or 600 ml/min
  • Produces Hydrogen Gas and Hydrogen Water
  • Dual Output: Suitable for Two People
  • Silent Operation
  • Can Operate for 8 Hours Without Overheating
  • One-Year Warranty
  • 2-Liter Water Tank
  • Easy-to-read LED Touch Screen
  • Water Quality Sensor
  • No Electrolytes Required
  • PEM Electrolysis Technology
  • Low Water Alert

Hydrogen Inhaler Comparison Chart

Mini Inhaler Clinical Inhaler

Flow Rate

120 ml/min

Max 600 ml/min

Outputs

1

2

Weight

5 Pounds

25.13 Pounds

Hydrogen Water Attachment

No

Yes

Portability

Travel Size

Not Portable

Handle

Yes

No

Uses Distilled Water Only

Yes

Yes

Cannula Required

Yes

Yes

No Additives Required

Yes

Yes

Max Hours of Usage

4

The machine must be turned off for one hour after every two hours of use.

Who buys Inhaler

Individuals and families for home use

Doctors, clinics and individuals with major health issues

Hydrogen Concentration

2%

6%

Warranty

1 year

1 year


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