With viral and bacterial filtration efficiencies of over 99.99+% each Universal Inline Bacterial Viral Filter for CPAP/BiPAP Therapy comes complete with holders as shown! Hudson's filter technology helps stop the viruses and bacteria that often plague CPAP/BiPAP users creating a clean, sterile environment for airflow.
The Inline Bacterial Viral Filter is easy to install and should not require re-calibration on most CPAP machines including those from Respironics, ResMed, Fisher & Paykel, Puritan Bennett, and DeVilbiss. Simply attach it to your machine between the air outlet and your standard CPAP/BiPAP tubing. After that, turn on your machine and experience a steady flow of clean, pure, good tasting air.
The Inline Bacterial Viral Filter's naturally hydrophobic filter allows maximum filtration with a minimum loss of air flow.
Usage Information: Bacterial Viral filters last on average 4-6 weeks however your filters may last longer or shorter. In general BV filters should be changed whenever the filter material looks dirty.
Usage Notes: Some users find that using In-Line Bacterial Viral Filters can reduce pressure and therapy effectiveness in humidified CPAP/BiPAP machines. Use of Inline Bacterial Viral filters may adversely effect auto sensing on Auto-CPAP machines especially at low pressures (below 7cm).
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|Part Number(s)||RHF605U (Replaces H1605)|
|GTIN / UPC Code||04026704399208|
|Compatibility||Use of Inline Bacterial Viral Filters may adversely effect auto sensing on Auto-CPAP systems especially at pressures below 7 CM H2O. If your average treatment pressure is below 7 CM H2O Inline Bacterial Viral Filters are not recommended.|
|Tubing||Inline Bacterial Viral Filters are generally attached to the CPAP or BiPAP machine's air outlet; however machines that offer integrated heated tubing require the tubing to be connected directly to the machine. If you want to use an Inline Bacterial Viral Filter with a heated tube consider attaching the BV Filter at the end of the heated tubing closest to the mask. If that is too bulky for you a FeatherWeight connector tube can be added to move the BV Filter further away from the mask attachment.|
|Humidifier||Some users find that using in-line Bacterial Viral filters can reduce pressure and therapy effectiveness in humidified CPAP machines. If you experience reduced pressure when using an Inline Bacterial Viral Filter with a humidifier, remove the filter and allow it to dry out completely before re-installing on your system or discontinue use of the Inline Bacterial Viral filter completely.|