Collection: CPAP Air Filters


What is a CPAP air filter?

A CPAP air filter is a crucial component of your CPAP machine that helps purify the air drawn into the device. It filters out dust, allergens, and other particles from the room, ensuring clean, quality air is delivered to you during sleep.

How do I clean CPAP air filters?

Cleaning CPAP air filters is essential in maintaining proper air quality and machine performance. Disposable filters are typically replaced, while reusable filters can be cleaned by rinsing them in water and allowing them to air-dry. Make sure they are completely dry before reinserting them into the machine.

How often should I replace the air filters in my CPAP machine?

The frequency of replacing CPAP air filters depends on the type of filter and the manufacturer's recommendations. Disposable filters are usually replaced every 1 to 3 months, while reusable filters can be cleaned and reused for about 6 months. Regular replacement ensures efficient filtration and prevents airflow obstruction.

Where do I find the air filter in my CPAP machine?

The location of the air filter varies based on the CPAP machine model. Typically, the filter slot is located near the air intake component of the machine. Consult your CPAP machine's user manual to locate the air filter compartment. It's important to know the proper filter size and type required for your specific CPAP model.

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