Respironics M Series, PR System One 60 Series & SleepEasy Reusable Foam Filters
The Benefits Of Respironics Reusable Foam Filters For Your CPAP Machine
Filters play an important part in maintaining the performance of your CPAP machine and keeping the air you breathe during CPAP therapy extra clean. Disposable filters can get costly and end up in landfills. These reusable foam filters help you save money while keeping the environment free of unnecessary waste. They only need replacing every six months.
Compatibility Of Respironics M Series, PR System One 60 Series & SleepEasy Reusable Foam Filters
These reusable foam filters are compatible with the following Respironics CPAP machines:
- All M Series CPAP and BiPAP Machines
- All PR System One Series CPAP and BiPAP Machines
- SleepEasy CPAP Machines
- That includes M Series: Plus, Pro, Auto, BiPAP Auto and BiPAP Plus
Where Do the Reusable Foam Filters For Respironics M Series Machines Go?
Grey Foam Washable Filter: This filter should be placed on top of the white filter. When properly inserted, you should only see the grey foam filter and a small section of the white tab.
How Often Should I Clean My PR System One 60 Series Reusable Foam Filters?
Clean the gray foam filter at least once every two weeks and replace it with a new one every six months. The white ultra-fine filter is disposable and should be replaced after 30 nights of use or sooner if it appears dirty. DO NOT clean the ultra-fine filter. Wash the gray foam filter in warm water with a mild detergent. Rinse thoroughly to remove all detergent residue. Never install a wet filter into the device. The filter should be completely dry before reinstalling it. If the foam or white filter is torn, replace it.
What Happens When I Don’t Clean My Respironics PR System One 60 Series Reusable Foam Filters?
Dirty inlet filters may cause high operating temperatures that may affect CPAP machine performance. Regularly examine the inlet filters as needed for integrity and cleanliness.
Why Buy the Respironics M Series PR System One 60 Series & SleepEasy Reusable Foam Filters?
Reusable foam filters can help you save money as they need to be replaced less often. Also, reusable filters mean less waste. If you care about the environment, then changing your CPAP machine filters less often offers peace of mind that you are throwing fewer filters into a landfill.
How Do Reusable Foam Filters For Respironics M Series Machines Filtration Help My CPAP Therapy?
During CPAP therapy you are breathing ambient air that may be unclean. Every breath you inhale means you may also be breathing in airborne particles like dust and pollen that can be harmful to the respiratory system. Your filters help remove airborne particles and enhance the air quality of your CPAP experience, reducing the dust and dirt drawn into your CPAP machine—and into your lungs.
Can I Use My CPAP Machine Without Respironics M Series PR System One 60 Series & SleepEasy Reusable Foam Filters?
It is not recommended. Air filters ensure that the pressurized air you breathe is clean. Also, a cleaner airflow also extends the life of your CPAP machine.
What Else Can You Do to Improve Your CPAP Machine Air Quality?
Clean your filters following a regular cleaning schedule. This ensures that you don’t forget and let filters become too dirty. Also follow a schedule for replacing the filters. Because your replacement schedule is every six months, it is easy to forget. Mark your calendar or put a reminder on your phone so you remember when it’s time to change your filters.
Here are some other ways you can improve CPAP therapy air quality.
- Clean your CPAP machine regularly including your hose and mask
- Use additional air purification in the room where you use your CPAP machine most often
- Replace hoses, masks and other parts (including filters) as recommended by the manufacturer.
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