01. Where can you deliver oxygen?
In principle, we can deliver oxygen worldwide, but given the varying security norms we urge you to contact us before making your travel plans or booking your trip to ensure that oxygen actually can be delivered at your intended destination.
02. What are the costs?
You will be given a quote at a custom-made price depending on destination, type of oxygen and other services you may desire. Please fax or email the required details to us and we will send you a price specification based on your specific needs.
03. Which details do you need to give me quote?
To receive a quote without obligations simply please fill out the form on this website ('Enquiries'). In case you then decide to place an order, we will contact you for additional information.
04. Can I take my own small oxygen cylinders with me on my trip and have OxygenWorldwide.com refill them at my destination?
Please bare in mind that it is, due to safety regulations, getting more and more difficult to have your own cylinders refilled.
05. What if I decide to leave earlier or stay longer than originally planned?
If you decide to do so, please contact us as soon as you know your new departure dates for us to be able to inform your insurer and/or oxygen supplier.
06. I suffer from Horton’s neuralgia and need more oxygen than normal (7-15 ltr./min.). Can this be arranged?
If you specify this on your request, it will not be a problem.
07. How will I find you at the airport?
You don’t need not to look for us. We will be waiting for you at the airplane door.
08. Is it true that a drum of liquid oxygen runs empty ‘by itself’ after some time and that this is not the case for cylinders?
Liquid oxygen drums are equipped with a pressure relief valve. Movement, change in temperature, etc. converts the liquid oxygen into a gas (O2) that can escape from the drum via the relief valve. This does not happen to cylinders.
09. At home I use a so-called top-loader (top-fill, a tank with liquid oxygen from which the portable set can be filled). I want to travel to Spain by bus and take my own portable oxygen set with me. Can I fill this oxygen set in Spain before I return home?
In principle, this is possible, but it depends on the supplier and the region you are travelling to.
10. I have been told that there are frequent power failures in Spain. I use oxygen equipment equipped with a concentrator (an electrical device that extracts or concentrates oxygen from air). What solution can you offer should there be a power failure?
In addition to the concentrator an emergency cylinder will be provided, just like is done in case of liquid oxygen.
11. Is there a special OxygenWorldwide phone number that I can call in case of an emergency during my stay abroad?
Absolutely. We have got an emergency number that we will give you before you leave for travel. We are available at this number 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.