Oxygen Bottle Carts

Airport GSE – Oxygen Bottle Carts

No longer are you stuck refilling cabin oxygen bottles in the hanger, you can now safely fill them on the ramp/apron, aircraft side. With an onboard explosion containment chamber, filling cabin oxygen bottles is now safe, efficient and portable. The Wilcox Bottle Cart will change how you perform your job.

Need custom built Aviation Ground Support Equipment like these Oxygen Bottle carts? Wilcox Ground Services is your #1 source for custom built Aircraft Specialties GSE in Canada. We also supply our Ground Support Equipment worldwide, so you can be sure that our custom built GSE equipment meets the standards of a global market place. 

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  • Steel or Aluminum construction
  • Explosion containment box
  • Pneumatic tires
  • Ergonomic 5th wheel style axle and tow bar (meets IATA standards)
  • Easy 360 degree turning
  • Tow bar actuated braking system
  • Pivoting bottle platform
  • Dual bottle latching system
  • Integrated base pocket
  • Easily changeable wheels, spindles, hubs, towbar, curtain
  • Grounding reel
  • Aluminum checkerplate storage chest
  • Paint or powder coat finish (custom colours available)
  • Available in 2 (BC2) or 4 (BC4) bottle systems

Our one of a kind explosion containment system is designed to protect the user in the rare case of a bottle rupture during filling. Designed to contain all shrapnel internally and direct any blast energy through the base downward, you will always have peace of mind user safety is not compromised.


With the ability to carry up to 4 full size oxygen bottles at time, filling cabin bottles now is a breeze and can be done anywhere efficiently. Changing full size empty bottles is just as easy with our gravity neutral pivoting platform. Light weight and designed to perform, the Wilcox Bottle Cart will become a key piece of your fleet.


Our Explosion containment chamber has been designed to protect users in case of filling issues. Our engineers have designed this system to help drastically reduce the possibility personal injury when recharging cabin oxygen bottles. Two 1” thick perforated plates stand between the user and the filling bottle.