Best Nebulizer Machine on Amazon

With so many choices out there, it’s hard to find the best nebulizer on Amazon.  Our American team of health professionals spent almost a full year testing and determining what nebulizer device we planned on releasing to the public.  We decided on the BEC nebulizer for several reasons.

It's the Quietest

The BeC nebulizer is one of the quietest on the market, making it ideal for use in any setting. Whether you’re at home or in a healthcare facility, this nebulizer will provide the quiet, efficient treatment you need. Under 80 decibels, there are few compressor nebulizers on the market that compare to this quiet device. If quiet operation is a top priority for you, the BeC nebulizer should be at the top of your list.

Low Atomization rate

The BeC Nebulizer has a low rate of atomization, meaning that the medication inside the nebulizer cup is less likely to be aerosmed by the patient during use. This can be beneficial for patients who have difficulty using traditional inhalers, as this allows substantial medicine to be delivered to the lungs with each use. The BeC nebulizer typically has a MMAD (mass median aerodynamic diameter) under 3 microns.This means that the particles generated by this nebulizer are smaller, making them easier to inhale and more likely to reach deep into the lungs.

Liter Flow Range

The Liter Flow range is an important factor to consider when buying an aerosol inhaler or nebulizer as it determines how easily a bronchodilator drug can be administered. This is because the nebulizer’s Liter Flow rate will determine how much medicine you can inhale per minute. A Liter Flow range of 5-8 LPM is ideal for most people. There are several studies out there that show 6 LPM is the right average for individuals with COPD to aim for when purchasing a nebulizer. When tested over 100 different devices with run times of 100 hours, the BeC Nebulizer maintains a consistent 5-8 LPMs making it a perfect nebulizer for asthma and COPD.

Max Pressure Range

The max pressure range for a nebulizer is typically between 35 and 50 PSI. Higher pressures may be needed for certain types of nebulizers or for certain medications. Determining the correct pressure range is important for optimal nebulization and should be done in consultation with a healthcare professional. If you have COPD or asthma, a range of 35 – 50 PSI should be perfect for saline or other solution distribution. Max pressure for a nebulizer and compressor should not be exceeded. Doing so could cause the machine to break or fail, as well as poses a risk to your health.

Max pressure settings may also be different for home and portable nebulizers. Home models typically have a higher max pressure range than portable units. This is due to the fact that home models are designed to be used with a higher PSI compressor.

Portable nebulizers usually have a max pressure of 35 PSI, but some can go as high as 50 PSI. Max pressure for portable nebulizers is typically lower because they are meant to be used with a smaller, lower PSI compressor. The BeC Nebulizer maintains an average PSI range of 35-50 PSI which is perfect for home usage.

Nebulizer Compressor Size

The size of a nebulizer compressor is important to consider when selecting a device for medication delivery. Smaller compressors are typically more portable, making them easier to take with you on the go. Larger compressors can be more powerful, providing a faster treatment time and offer a smaller atomization rate. Ultimately, the decision of which size compressor to choose depends on your individual needs. The BeC Nebulizer is one of the smallest compressor nebulizers available weighing under 3.85 lbs. It’s portable design and small size make it perfect for those on the go.

Conclusion: the best at-home Nebulizer for you, Available on our website or on Amazon

Our team at BeC chose to develop the smallest compressor nebulizer with the ultimate rate for particles, liter flow and pressure.  If you have any other questions about the BeC Nebulizer, call our American customer service team, available 24/7 at (855) 860-3404.