ResMed's masks are comfortable, lightweight and engineered for minimal face coverage. Search masks below by your patient's treatment needs, lifestyle and other options.

Non-vented masks

Stability and comfort for noninvasive ventilation.

The comfortable way to apply NPPV therapy.

Full face masks

Designed for patients who tend to breathe through their mouths, ResMed's full face masks are designed to be lightweight and non-intrusive.

Designed to fit every face with ease, AirFit F20 combines innovative cushion design with easy-to-use features to deliver an outstanding experience for full face mask users.

The lighter way to better sleep.

Fourth generation full face mask, delivering an individualised fit for over 95% of users.

Hospital masks

Ensure your patients’ comfort and improve their compliance with high quality hospital masks that are convenient, quick-fitting, cost-effective and comfortable.

Hospital non-vented full face mask.

Hospital non-vented full face mask with anti‐asphyxia valve (AAV).

Nasal pillows

For patients seeking the openness and freedom of a nasal pillows mask, we offer several lightweight, unobtrusive styles designed to keep the patient’s field of vision clear while fitting snugly and comfortably.

A quieter mask to fit your sleep.

Compact and lightweight nasal pillow mask designed for use with AirMini™ CPAP machine.

Nasal masks

For patients who like the streamlined design of nasal pillows but prefer slightly more coverage over the nose, nasal masks are a popular option. Most are designed for a clear field of vision.

Fitting 99.4% of faces worldwide, AirFit N20’s blend of intuitive design and comfort-driven features is designed to deliver exceptional performance in a nasal mask.

Effortless performance.

Small in size. Big on comfort.

ConvertAble™ Comfort.

Proven seal, perfect fit.

Paediatric masks

ResMed's Pixi™ paediatric mask is engineered especially for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnoea in children.

Designed with care.

Mask of choice for sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) in children.