Breas Z1/Z2 CPAP Q-Tube Foam Replacement Kit

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Human Design Medical has you covered when it comes to extending the life of the Q-Tube Muffler. Equipped with all the essential pieces that are needed to replace the components that will wear out over time, you will never have to worry when that time arrives as you will be fully equipped to replace them as needed.


The Q-tube utilizes foam material and for it to be effective during use, you will want to make sure it is completely dry.

Reviewers Tip:

It is best recommended to replace these parts after 14-30 days of continual usage or when deterioration is evident for the foam of the device to ensure the heightened overall effectiveness of the Q-Tube.
Please note:  the Q-Tube is not compatible with the AirMini Travel CPAP.  It is compatible with all other standard CPAP, and BiPAP devices.

Key Features

  • Reduce noise
  • Enhances Therapy
  • Easy to replace


Is there any latex in this product?

No. The Foam is made of 3M Open Cell Foam, the Plastic Sleeve is comprised of Poly-carbonate and the O-Ring is Silicone which is deemed medical grade.

How should I wash the foam piece?

There is no washing involved however it should be replaced between 14-30 days of continued usage.

Technical Data
1.6 oz
5.5 x 4x 0.5 inches
30 days
Item Includes
  • Replacement Foam   3.75" x 2.75"
  • O Ring 1.25 inches in diameter
  • Plastic Wrap  4.5" x 2.75"
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Is the 3M Open Cell Foam used in the HDM Z2 toxic in the same way as the Phillips Respironics foam, which has been recalled by the FDA?

This foam is made of a different material than the Philips Respironics foam. It's made of a polycarbonate material, whereas the Philips foam is made of polyester based polyurethane material.

The FDA deems this material to be safe for use in these devices.

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