DreamStation Ultra Fine CPAP Filters 6 Pack
Philips Respironics Ultra Fine CPAP Filters for DreamStation Machines
This Product DOES NOT Require a Prescription
Disposable ultrafine filters are used with all the DreamStation CPAP and BiPAP machines. The filter is housed in a blue frame that is permanently attached and cannot be separated. If they become separated, dispose of the filter, and replace it with a new one.
The disposable DreamStation filters are an essential component in maintaining your CPAP or BiPAP machine by removing dust, pollen, and tobacco smoke particles prior to entering the CPAP or BiPAP airflow.
The filters should not be cleaned; simply replace the filter when it becomes dirty or at least on a monthly basis. A dirty filter can affect the machine’s ability to work properly and can alter the life expectancy of your CPAP or BiPAP.
These filters are made to only work with the DreamStation CPAP or BiPAP machines and should not be used with a different machine.
These DreamStation filters can be used in conjunction with the Reusable Pollen Filter.
To attach the disposable filter to the reusable filter, place it underneath the reusable filter with the slotted side facing up and the longer edge facing the side of the reusable filter that faces the outside of the machine.
Included in this Package
- (1) 6pk Ultra Fine Philips DreamStation Filters
- DreamStation Pollen Foam Filters - Reusable
- DreamStation Water Chamber
- SoClean CPAP, Mask and Tubing Sanitizer
Recommended Replacement Schedule
- Tube Hose: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed)
- Foam Filters: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed); wash weekly
- Ultra Fine Filters: Every Month (or as needed)
- Water Chamber: Every 3-6 Months (or as needed); wash daily
Frequently Asked Questions
Do You Clean an Original Philips DreamStation CPAP Filter?
Like most things, your Philips DreamStation CPAP machine should always be clean to keep the pollen filter optimal and to let you enjoy a good night’s sleep. This would mean replacing the disposable ultrafine Respironics DreamStation filter. It’s important to understand that this should not be washed or attempted to be cleaned, as that can do more harm than good.
You will know when to replace the Philips Respironics DreamStation ultrafine filter. This is available for the CPAP and BiPaP machines offered.
How Often Do You Change DreamStation Filters?
Our disposable CPAP and BiPaP DreamStation filters can last up to four weeks, but that entirely depends on where you live. If you live in a dusty place or share a home with pets and rowdy kids, you may have to replace your filter earlier, as the Philips DreamStation filter may not work as promised. Another thing to keep in mind is to replace the tubing annually for optimal results, and it should be cleaned frequently.
What Causes CPAP Filter to Turn Black?
Common causes as to why Philips Respironics CPAP DreamStation filters may turn black is because of the dirty air. If you don’t clean your Philips Respironics regularly as advised or replace the ultrafine filter as directed, it will accumulate and may cause you more harm than good. The usual culprit that causes your Respironics ultrafine filter to turn black would be sleeping near candles. This may even blacken newly replaced filters.
Can I Use My CPAP without a Filter?
It’s not advised to use this without a filter.
- Actual Weight: 3 oz
- Associated Part Numbers:1122518
- Condition: New
- Country of Origin: United States of America
- Dimensions: Approximately 2.25 inches long by 0.90 inches wide
- Filters: 6 Disposable Fine Filters
- Insurance Codes: A7038
- International Shipping:Yes International Shipping is available
- Latex Free: Yes
- Material Content: Blended Synthetic Fiber
- Mode of Operation: 6 Disposable Fine Filters for DreamStation Machines
- RX Required?: No
- Travel Sized: Yes
- US Shipping Cost:Free Standard Ground
Ratings & Reviews
1 review5 out of 5
by Morgan -
I was happy that I could get a 6 pack of thee filters because all the other places either wanted to sell me 2 or 24. Who needs 24 filters?? Also the free shipping sealed the deal.