This is a topic that really concerns me, how to use a nebulizer when the power is out. If you or someone you know has mentioned nebulizers and what will they do when they lose power, this is a very frightening thought or feeling. I was up in Salt Lake City, Utah recently, and when I’m up there I like to stop by the Goal Zero facility in Bluffdale, Utah and to visit with the staff. I like to see all the new things available, and I love their customer service and employees.
They go above and beyond helping me with my questions. I really like to know the ins and outs of how things work. I wanted to try out my Goal Zero YETI 400 solar power source with some young girls who use a nebulizer, Jenna, and Avery who are sisters. I did a YouTube for you as well so you can see how the solar power source works. Jenna is 11 years old and has had asthma since she was a baby. Avery is 5 years old and has asthma as well. Elaine, their mother mentioned to me how concerned she is if the power goes out, so I asked her if I could show her how to use some solar power from a Goal Zero YETI 400 with her nebulizers.
How To Use A Nebulizer:
This is Jenna above with her mouth-piece attached to the nebulizer which is being powered using zero electricity, just solar power from the Goal Zero YETI 400.
I asked their mother, Elaine, to explain how a nebulizer works: