Ultra-compact full-face mask
AirFit F30

  • Under-the-nose design means no red marks on nasal bridge
  • Quiet diffused venting allows you to sleep close to your bed partner
  • Easy-to-use magnetic clips for quick fitting
  • Clear field of vision makes it easy to read

Visual freedom

The under-the-nose design means the AirFit F30 is noticeably smaller, more discreet and more attractive than a traditional full-face mask.

With nothing on your nasal bridge, you can easily rediscover simple pleasures like wearing glasses and reading in comfort. 

Peace and quiet

AirFit F30 with the QuietAir™ elbow is quieter than the leading ultra-compact full face mask competitor1. The QuietAir™ elbow gently and quietly diffuses exhaled air from your mask to create a quieter, more restful atmosphere with almost no noticeable drafts². 

Nothing over your nose

The F30's ultra-compact frame sits comfortably under your nose, not over it. Less facial contact looks good, feels good and means you can say goodbye to red marks and pressure on the bridge of your nose. 

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Support

Sizing cushion

  1. Familiarize yourself with the sizing template and the cushion sizes available.
  2. Use the sizing template to assess the correct width of the patient's nose and corresponding cushion size.
  3. For noses that sit within the red border, choose the small cushion. For noses that extend into the blue border, choose the medium cushion.

Fitting

  1. Ensure the lower headgear straps are not connected to the frame.
  2. With the headgear resting over the mask, bring the cushion under your nose.
  3. Pull the headgear over your head while holding the cushion securely under your nose.
  4. Bring the lower headgear straps under your ears and attach each magnetic clip to the frame.
  5. Adjust the upper headgear straps until the mask is secure.
  6. Adjust the lower headgear straps until the mask is secure.
  7. Adjust the top headgear strap until the mask is secure and so that the strap sits close to the centre of your head.

Hair management

  1. Long untied hair back should not sit underneath the headgear.
  2. Long untied hair should be pulled through the headgear and back behind your ears.
  3. Ponytails should not sit underneath the headgear.
  4. Ponytails should be pulled through the headgear and behind your head.

    These instructions are for general information purpose only. For full details consult the user guide.

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Fitting

  1. Ensure the lower headgear straps are not connected to the frame.
  2. With the headgear resting over the mask, bring the cushion under your nose.
  3. Pull the headgear over your head while holding the cushion securely under your nose.
  4. Bring the lower headgear straps under your ears and attach each magnetic clip to the frame.
  5. Adjust the upper headgear straps until the mask is secure.
  6. Adjust the lower headgear straps until the mask is secure.
  7. Adjust the top headgear strap until the mask is secure and so that the strap sits close to the centre of your head.

Assembly

  1. Check that you have all the mask components as pictured.
  2. Ensure that the ResMed logo on the headgear is facing outwards.
  3. Thread the left upper headgear into the left side of the frame and fasten the Velcro tab.
  4. Thread the right upper headgear into the right side of the frame and fasten the Velcro tab.
  5. Align the cushion with the frame and connect them together.
  6. Connect the elbow to the frame.

Disassembly

  1. Ensure your mask is disconnected from your machine.
  2. Unfasten the left upper headgear strap and pull it away from the frame.
  3. Unfasten the right upper headgear strap and pull it away from the frame.
  4. Squeeze the side buttons on the elbow and detach it from the frame.
  5. Pull the cushion away from the frame.

Quick release

  1. First stop your device.
  2. Disconnect the elbow and attached tubing from your mask by squeezing the elbow's buttons and pulling it out.
  3. Reconnect the elbow and tubing by clicking it back into the mask.
  4. Restart your therapy.

Daily cleaning

  1. Disassemble the mask into its components, and place the headgear aside.
  2. Soak and agitate the mask elbow, frame and cushion in warm soapy water for at least one minute.
  3. Hand wash each of the components with a soft bristle brush.
  4. Rinse each of the components under running water to remove any suds.
  5. Leave the components to air dry away from direct sunlight.

    These instructions are for general information purpose only. For full details consult the user guide.

Helpful resources
For additional therapy assistance.

Managing leak

  1. You will first need to check where the leak is coming from.
  2. You can try resealing the mask by pulling it away from your face and letting it settle back into position.
  3. Adjust the top headgear strap to correct minor leaks.
  4. Adjust the upper straps to correct leaks from the upper areas of the mask.
  5. Adjust the lower straps to correct leaks from the lower areas of the mask.
  6. Check that both the frame and headgear are secure and comfortable.

Daily cleaning

  1. Disassemble the mask into its components, and place the headgear aside.
  2. Soak and agitate the mask elbow, frame and cushion in warm soapy water for at least one minute.
  3. Hand wash each of the components with a soft bristle brush.
  4. Rinse each of the components under running water to remove any suds.
  5. Leave the components to air dry away from direct sunlight.

Weekly cleaning

  1. Take the headgear off the mask and set aside.
  2. Soak and agitate the headgear in warm soapy water for at least one minute.
  3. Hand wash the headgear by gently rubbing and squeezing it.
  4. Rinse the headgear under a running water to remove any suds, and then squeeze it to remove excess water.
  5. Leave the headgear to air dry away from direct sunlight.

Mask Inspection

  1. Examine the mask system and familiarise yourself with its components.
  2. Disassemble the mask as per User Guide instructions.
  3. Examine the headgear by checking and pulling lightly on its straps.
  4. Examine the elbow inside and out for damage, paying attention to the inner flaps and vent holes.
  5. Examine the frame on both sides for cracks and damage.
  6. Examine the cushion inside and out for tears and damage.
  7. Reassemble the mask as per User Guide instructions.

    These instructions are for general information purpose only. For full details consult the user guide.

Helpful resources
For additional therapy assistance.


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References

  1. Comparing the competitors' public available user guides with AirFit F30 sound power registered during ResMed internal testing: eLB1423-4053. Data on files; ID A4457865 / A4457866 / A4402795.
  2. With the addition of the QuietAir diffuse elbow the mask sound power is recorded as 21dbA for AirFit F20 mask. Reduction in sound power level of 10 dBA compared with the standard F20 elbow. Data on file; ID A4114547.

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