How to clean the AirFit N20 headgear

  1. Print your ResMed sizing guide. Remember to print to scale.
  2. Trim your guide from the paper.
  3. Using a mirror, hold your sizing guide to your face. The top of the guide should correspond with the highest part of tour nose bridge—just between your eyes.
  4. The lower part of the guide indicates which mask size is best for your face. The size that aligns just below your lower lip will be your best fit.

Lumis

  1. Print your ResMed sizing guide. Remember to print to scale.
  2. Trim your guide from the paper.
  3. Using a mirror, hold your sizing guide to your face. The top of the guide should correspond with the highest part of tour nose bridge—just between your eyes.
  4. The lower part of the guide indicates which mask size is best for your face. The size that aligns just below your lower lip will be your best fit.

Disassemble the AirFit F20

  1. Print your ResMed sizing guide. Remember to print to scale.
  2. Trim your guide from the paper.
  3. Using a mirror, hold your sizing guide to your face. The top of the guide should correspond with the highest part of tour nose bridge—just between your eyes.
  4. The lower part of the guide indicates which mask size is best for your face. The size that aligns just below your lower lip will be your best fit.

Reassemble the AirFit F20

  1. Print your ResMed sizing guide. Remember to print to scale.
  2. Trim your guide from the paper.
  3. Using a mirror, hold your sizing guide to your face. The top of the guide should correspond with the highest part of tour nose bridge—just between your eyes.
  4. The lower part of the guide indicates which mask size is best for your face. The size that aligns just below your lower lip will be your best fit.

Fitting your AirFit N20

  1. Unclip the magnetic clips.
  2. With your patient holding the mask toward their face, slide the headgear over the back of their head.
  3. Reclip the magnetic clips.
  4. Once your patient’s headgear and mask are properly fitted, you can use the upper and lower headgear straps to help fine-tune their fit. The upper headgear straps provide most of the adjustment. The lower headgear straps can be used to gently tighten a patient’s mask.

Sizing the AirFit N20

  1. To comfortably fit a broader range of patients, AirFit N20 features an entirely new cushion design. To make crosswalking your existing patients easier, we recommend using our sizing guide – included in each AirFit N20 box and specifically designed to help patients find the right fit.
  2. The sizing guide has three cut-outs: small, medium and large. Find the size that most comfortably accommodates your patient.The modular design of AirFit N20 means each size cushion easily clicks into the same N20 mask frame.
  3. You can also download a copy of our sizing guide here.

Fitting the AirFit N20

  1. Unclip magnetic clips.
  2. With your patient holding the mask towards their face, slide the headgear over the back of their head.
  3. Reclip the magnetic clips.
  4. Once your patient’s headgear and mask are properly fitted, you can use the upper and lower headgear straps to help fine-tune their fit. The upper headgear straps provide most of the adjustment. The lower headgear straps can be used to gently tighten a patient’s mask.
  5. For additional information on mask maintenance and care, you can also visit the Supporting your patients section for more videos.

Managing leak with an AirFit N20

  1. Leak often occurs when a mask’s seal is compromised by movement, incorrect fitting or improper sizing.
  2. To find a source of leak, run your finger along the edge of your mask’s seal. Once located, adjust the headgear.
  3. Resolve any leak in the upper part of the mask by adjusting the upper straps.
  4. Resolve lower mask leak with the lower straps.
  5. If leak persists, reseal by briefly pulling the mask away from your patient's face and letting the cushion reinflate.
  6. If leak continues, your patient may need a different size mask. Try our sizing guide or use a different size mask.

Cleaning an AirFit N20 (Daily)

  1. Disassemble mask.
  2. Soak cushion, elbow and short tubing in warm water (approximately 86°F/30°C) with mild liquid detergent for up to ten minutes. To ensure a thorough clean, shake components in water.
  3. Clean components with a soft-bristle brush.
  4. Rinse components under warm water. Inspect each component to ensure that each is clean and free of detergent residue. Wash and rinse again, if necessary.
  5. Leave mask components to air dry out of direct sunlight.

Cleaning an AirFit N20 (Weekly)

  1. Disassemble mask. The magnetic clips can remain attached to headgear during cleaning.
  2. Soak frame and headgear in warm water (approximately 86°F/30°C) with mild liquid detergent for up to ten minutes. To ensure a thorough clean, shake frame and headgear in water.
  3. Rinse both components in clean water. Squeeze each repeatedly to ensure detergent is fully removed. Inspect each component to ensure that each is clean and free of detergent residue. Wash and rinse again, if necessary.
  4. Squeeze each component repeatedly to remove excess water.
  5. Leave both components to air dry out of direct sunlight.

Fitting the AirFit F20

  1. Unclip the magnetic clips.
  2. With your patient holding the mask towards their face, slide the headgear over the back of their head.
  3. Reclip the magnetic clips.
  4. Once your patient’s headgear and mask are properly fitted, you can use the upper and lower headgear straps to help fine-tune their fit. This is also a good opportunity for your patient to reseat their cushion for comfort. When fitting is concluded, the cushion membrane should be fitting comfortably over your patient’s nasal bridge.
  5. For additional information on mask maintenance and care, you can also visit the Supporting your patients section

Managing leak with your AirFit F20

  1. Leak often occurs when your mask’s seal is compromised by movement, incorrect fitting or improper sizing.
  2. To find a source of leak, run your finger along the edge of your mask’s seal. Once located, adjust your headgear.
  3. Resolve any leak in the upper part of your mask by adjusting your upper straps.
  4. Resolve lower mask leak with your lower straps.
  5. If leak persists, reseal by briefly pulling your mask away from your face, letting your cushion reinflate, and resettling your mask cushion so the cushion membrane is sitting at the top of your nasal bridge.
  6. If leak continues, you may need a different size mask. Try our sizing guide or speak to your healthcare provider about getting a different size mask.

Cleaning your AirFit F20 (Daily)

  1. Disassemble mask.
  2. Rinse frame, elbow and cushion under running water. Clean each component with a soft brush.
  3. Soak components in warm water with mild liquid detergent for up to ten minutes.
  4. Shake components in water.
  5. Brush moving parts of elbow and around vent holes.
  6. Brush areas of frame where arms connect, and inside and outside the frame where the elbow connects.
  7. Rinse components under running water.
  8. Leave components to air dry out of direct sunlight – making sure to squeeze the arms of the frame to ensure excess water is removed.

Cleaning your AirFit F20 (Weekly)

  1. Disassemble mask. EasyClick magnets can remain attached to headgear during cleaning.
  2. Handwash headgear in warm water with mild liquid detergent.
  3. Rinse headgear under running water. Inspect to ensure headgear is clean and detergent free. Wash and rinse again, if necessary.
  4. Squeeze headgear to remove excess water.
  5. Leave headgear to air dry out of direct sunlight.

Cleaning N20 headgear

  1. To comfortably fit a broader range of patients, AirFit F20 features an entirely new cushion design. To make crosswalking your existing patients easier, we recommend using our sizing guide – included in each AirFit F20 box and specifically designed to help patients find the right fit. You can also download a copy of our sizing guide here.
  2. The arrow of your sizing guide should align with the top of your patient’s nasal bridge. The segment of the guide corresponding with the crease below your patient’s lower lip will indicate their best fit. If a patient falls between sizes, we recommend selecting a larger option for greater comfort.
  3. AirFit F20 has three cushion sizes - small, medium and large. The modular design of the AirFit F20 means each size cushion easily clicks into the same mask frame.
  4. Your patients can also download a copy of our sizing guide from the ResMed website.

Fitting

  1. Unclip EasyClick Magnets.
  2. With your patient holding the mask towards their face, slide the headgear over the back of their head.
  3. Reclip EasyClick Magnets.
  4. Once your patient’s headgear and mask are properly fitted, you can use the upper and lower headgear straps to help fine-tune their fit. This is also a good opportunity for your patient to reseat their cushion for comfort. When fitting is concluded, the cushion membrane should be fitting comfortably over your patient’s nasal bridge.
  5. For additional information on mask maintenance and care, you can also visit the Supporting your patients section.

Reassemble the AirFit N20

  1. Print your ResMed sizing guide. Remember to print to scale.
  2. Trim your guide from the paper.
  3. Using a mirror, hold your sizing guide to your face. The top of the guide should correspond with the highest part of tour nose bridge—just between your eyes.
  4. The lower part of the guide indicates which mask size is best for your face. The size that aligns just below your lower lip will be your best fit.

Disassemble the AirFit N20

  1. Print your ResMed sizing guide. Remember to print to scale.
  2. Trim your guide from the paper.
  3. Using a mirror, hold your sizing guide to your face. The top of the guide should correspond with the highest part of tour nose bridge—just between your eyes.
  4. The lower part of the guide indicates which mask size is best for your face. The size that aligns just below your lower lip will be your best fit.

Sizing the AirFit F20

  1. To comfortably fit a broader range of patients, AirFit F20 features an entirely new cushion design. To make crosswalking your existing patients easier, we recommend using our sizing guide – included in each AirFit F20 box and specifically designed to help patients find the right fit.
  2. The arrow of your sizing guide should align with the top of your patient’s nasal bridge. The segment of the guide corresponding with the crease below your patient’s lower lip will indicate their best fit. If a patient falls between sizes, we recommend selecting a larger option for greater comfort.
  3. AirFit F20 has three cushion sizes – small, medium and large. The modular design of the AirFit F20 means each size cushion easily clicks into the same F20 mask frame.
  4. You can also download a copy of our sizing guide here.