|Note: Right now you're breathing 21% oxygen, 78% nitrogen, and 1% inert gases...
An Airheads Oxygen bar is a free-standing bar which people sit or stand at to breathe over 90% pure oxygen and aromatherapy from
a disposable nasal cannula (nose hose). These modular bars can service anywhere from one to 18 people simultaneously and
they are usually manned by one or two bartender/technicians.
The oxygen is not kept under pressure nor is it administered from a tank. If anyone offers this service to you in the U.S. they are
breaking the law! Our Oxygen is produced by Oxygen Concentrators which take ambient air and separates the nitrogen with a
molecular filter. Most of the nitrogen is expelled during this cycle,and the oxygen is concentrated and pushed out of the machine
through a tube which is attached to the Aromarizers that are sitting on top of the bar. It is there that the bartender/technician controls
the flow to the individual bottles that hold the water and aromas. In turn the bottles bubble when turned on and oxygen is forced
though the other opening of the bottle which has another open ended tube on it. It is there that the bar patrons connect the nasal
cannulas while breathing normally.
Visitors to the bar can choose from 12 different aromas and switch to any aroma at any given time during their session. For
optimum benefits, a session at the bar should last from 10 to 15 minutes. When at a Trade Show or Convention, a 2 to 5 minute
session is more desirable in order to keep the flow of people moving. When in a Party atmosphere, the Oxygen Bar experience will
be longer with repeat visitors being the norm. Bar patrons can choose from our most popular flavors which are Eucalyptus,
Gardenia, Peppermint, Lavender, Lemon grass, Vanilla, Cherry, Spearmint, Orange, Almond, Cinnamon and Wintergreen.
All that is needed at the event location is a standard 110V 60HZ outlet and a 7' by 4' area (without bar stools) or a 8' by 5' area with
Note: Stools are discretionary and are left up to the decision of the client. It is customary for a stool to be left behind the bar for the
bartender/technician to sit on.
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