ResMed N20 AirMini Setup Pack
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AirMini N20 Assembly The AirMini Mask Setup Pack for the AirFit N20 Nasal CPAP Mask is a necessary set-up if you plan on using the AirMini. With the uniquely designed hose system in place, the user connects their N20 Mask to this tube which then will connect to the AirMini. Please...
AirMini N20 AssemblyThe AirMini Mask Setup Pack for the AirFit N20 Nasal CPAP Mask is a necessary set-up if you plan on using the AirMini. With the uniquely designed hose system in place, the user connects their N20 Mask to this tube which then will connect to the AirMini. Please be aware that this set-up is only compatible with each-other and no other mask will suffice. It is not compatible with other mask or machines on the market.
Inside the PackageIn the package you will find a tube which connects the AirFit N20 Nasal mask to the AirMini travel machine. Also included will be the N20 elbow. This setup pack will make using your existing AirFit N20 nasal mask compatible with the AirMini machine. Bare in mind, this is only compatible with the AirMini CPAP machine only.
Waterless HumidificationSay "Au Revoir and take care" to your home CPAP humidification. The AirMini boasts the awe-inspiring HumidX and HumidX Plus; a waterless system cleverly integrated directly into the tubing of the ultra popular all new AirFit N20 mask. By balancing the moisture level you not only improve your comfort but you're also effectively avoiding dryness which is a big Win!
- Effective Elbow Rotation
- Simple Replacement
- Easy to Wash
FAQWhat are the differences between the HumidX and HumidX Plus? The standard version is made simply to be used in normal to humid climates whereas the Plus version of the HumidX is designed for use in climates that tend to be a little more dry than others How do I clean this tube? It is recommended to wash it weekly with warm water and a mild detergent and simply let it dry. Though cleaning it helps, in the long run you will want to replace the hose every 6 months to a year. How often do I need to replace my tube? Every 3-6 months. Over time, dirt and bacteria can accumulate in your tube, and while regular washing will help, you'll want to use a fresh tube after a few months.
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