Three oxygen generation units will be sent from surplus stocks in Northern Ireland to support India by providing more oxygen to those suffering from covid-19.
The oxygen units are each capable of producing 500 litres of oxygen per minute, enough for 50 people to use at a time.
Oxygen is one of the main needs of India’s healthcare system.
"We stand with our Indian friends in their fight against covid-19," said UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab in a press release on Wednesday.
"International collaboration is more essential than ever, and this additional UK support package will help meet India’s current needs, particularly for more oxygen," he added.
This follows the UK’s recent action to support India, with 495 oxygen concentrators and 200 ventilators sent from surplus stocks.
The first batch of these medical supplies arrived in Delhi around 1am local time on Tuesday, with the rest due to arrive there by Friday.
The equipment will all then be transferred to Indian hospitals.
The Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) has worked closely with the NHS, as well as suppliers and manufacturers in the UK to identify surplus life-saving equipment that can be sent to India.
India has this week reported its highest numbers of new daily cases and deaths since the pandemic began and is facing severe shortages of oxygen.