Filters For ResMed AirSense 10 And AirCurve
Disposable Filters for ResMed AirSense™ and AirCurve™
Need new filters for your ResMed AirSense 10 and AirCurve 10 CPAP machines? No problem! Our AirSense 10 CPAP filters are the perfect choice for your AirSense 10. AirCurve 10 also works quite well. Don’t struggle with a filter on your CPAP mask and machines. CPAP is meant to help you breathe easily. Our ResMed CPAP filters help ensure it.
The disposable filters are designed and cut to the specific needs of a ResMed AirSense™ or AirCurve™ machine. The intake area of the machine is a certain size and should only use the proper filters designed for that machine to ensure proper filtration. ResMed CPAP and VPAP machines take room air, filter the air pollutants, then provide the user with filtrated positive airway pressure. In simple terms, you get cleaner air paired with a ResMed CPAP machine that helps you breathe easily. The perfect recipe for sweet dreams and, more importantly, a truly restful night’s sleep so that you can wake up refreshed and ready to tackle the day ahead.
Why Use a Filter for ResMed CPAP Machines?
Why bother using an air filter on your masks. CPAP is meant to help you breathe easier, right? Without the air filter, the user would be breathing the air quality that is in the room with no added filtration. The truth is, you can’t see what’s in the air, so you don’t know how clean the air actually is. If you’re already using CPAP machines to help you breathe easier at night, whether it’s an AirSense 10, AirCurve 10, or any other CPAP machine, doesn’t it make sense to give your system a little extra boost?
The machine is comparable to a home furnace in functionality and should be thought of this way when changing your filter. Remember, the filter catches a lot of particles in the air, and a filter past its expiration date isn’t half as good at its job.
How to Use
These filters are NOT designed to be cleaned. If a filter gets wet, dirty or torn, throw it away and replace with a new one. It is common to replace the disposable filters on a monthly basis or sooner depending on the user's environment. Change the filter on your CPAP machines more often if you’re more sensitive to air quality. If you have air quality concerns after replacing a brand new filter, make sure to check other components of your CPAP machine as well, like the water chamber and oxygen concentrators.
Full Face Masks or Nasal Pillow Masks?
When it comes to masks, nasal and full masks are two different animals. For those who want a lighter, more comfortable fit, reach for nasal masks. Full face masks offer more complete coverage. Both work equally well with CPAP machines, including AirCurve 10 S9 and AirSense 10 AutoSet, so choosing masks, nasal or full face, is largely about preference.
Included in this Package
- 3, 6 or 12 Disposable Filters for the ResMed AirSense™ or AirCurve™
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
Compatible CPAP Machines
These filters will work with the following ResMed™ machines:
- AirSense™ 10 AutoSet
- AirSense™ 10 AutoSet for Her
- AirSense™ 10 Elite
- AirSense™ 10 CPAP
- AirCurve™ 10 VPAP S
- AirCurve™ 10 VPAP Auto
- AirCurve™ 10 ASV
- Associated Part Numbers: CF2107, 36850, 36851, 36852
- Condition: New
- Country of Origin: USA
- Dimensions: 1 3/8in x 2 1/8in
- Insurance Codes: A7038
- International Shipping: Yes, Available
- Latex Free: Yes
- RX Required?: No
Ratings & Reviews
by Rolen (Green Township) -
I was very happy that I didn't have to pay for shipping on these filters. The price seems to be the same with all the cpap websites but most places charge shipping. You will continue to get my business as long as you keep the free shipping.