Store ‘N Stay™ Cylinder Racks are moisture-resistant.

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Store ‘N Stay™ D/E Cardboard Cylinder Racks are used to store cylinders in the patient’s home. These racks come with pop-open and lock into place design. Units reduce the transit space of each patient's oxygen set-up equipment.

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Responsive Respiratory Adds New Store ‘N Stay™ D/E Cardboard Cylinder Rack to Offering

Responsive Respiratory Introduces Store ‘N Stay™ Cylinder Rack.

The Store ‘N Stay™ rack is an economical alternative to a metal or plastic rack for the storage of cylinders in the patient’s home. The heavy-duty, moisture-resistant cardboard rack features a simple set-up with a pop-open and lock into place design for ease of use and durability. RRI President Tom Bannon explains, “The new Store ‘N Stay™ rack was designed to meet the needs of our customers who are currently purchasing our corrugated Tote ‘N Go™ carriers and prefer the simplicity and affordability that cardboard cylinder storage provides.” He further notes, “RRI’s new rack stores and transports to the customer’s home flat – significantly reducing the transit space required for each patient’s oxygen set-up equipment. This translates into more patient runs per outing, reducing costs and increasing efficiencies.”

The Store ‘N Stay™ rack joins RRI’s offering of heavy-duty Tote ‘N Go™ cardboard carriers as a part of Responsive Respiratory’s full line of oxygen delivery, storage, and transport solutions. All products are stocked and ready for immediate shipment from the central US warehouse.

About Responsive Respiratory: Responsive Respiratory was founded in 2002 and is dedicated to providing high quality respiratory products for the home health care, medical, EMS and industrial markets. RRI’s comprehensive line of high pressure oxygen products include: oxygen conservers, regulators, cylinder carts & racks and carry cases. For a complete listing of Responsive Respiratory’s products, visit

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