AirMini F20/F30 Setup Pack - Mask Assembly
The AirMini Mask Setup Pack for ResMed's AirFit/AirTouch F20 and AirFit F30 mask is a necessary set-up if you plan on using the AirMini travel CPAP machine. This was uniquely designed to be used in conjunction with the AirFit/AirTouch F20 and AirFit F30. The AirMini F20/F30 setup pack connects your mask and AirMini together by using a special mask connector and tubing. Please note that this set-up is only compatible with one another and no other mask will suffice. It is not compatible with other masks or machines on the market.
Inside the Package
The setup pack includes an AirMini tube which connects the F20/F30 Full Face mask to the ResMed AirMini travel machine. If you are an existing AirFit/AirTouch F20/F30 user then you can use this set-up pack to connect it to your AirMini seamlessly.
Simply remove the existing elbow from your mask and connect the one that comes inside this kit. Again, keep in mind, this is only compatible with the AirMini CPAP machine.
The AirMini travel machine is compatible with only five masks which all have their own setup pack available, in addition to this, the AirMini is also only compatible with one certain type of tubing. If you have a different full face mask other than the F20/F30 or different tubing, you will need to use the F20/F30 mask, with the AirMini tubing and connector in order for this machine to work.
HumidX Humidification Option
Please note that the HumidX waterless heat moisture exchanges do not work with AirFit F30 mask. If you need humidification for your full face mask, you will need to use AirFit/AirTouch F20 masks. Please choose HumidX F20 to match the compatibility for your humidification need.
Nasal masks humidification option is available here.
- Easy Set-up
- Easy to Wash
If your tube is cracked or showing signs of wear and tear, replace the tube, not your entire mask.
Please be advised the HumidX humidification is not yet available for the F30 Full Face mask with the AirMini.
How do I clean this tube?
It is recommended to wash your tube 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 3 to 6 months.
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 at around 3 months.