ResMed AirFit F30 Full Face Mask
- A smaller style full face mask designed to sit low on your face and cover less of it for fewer facial marks
- Feel more confident around loved ones with a simple, modern look
- Perfect for wearing glasses, sleeping on your side and helping you feel less claustrophobic
Simple yet effective
In recent studies, the ResMed AirFit F30 was the most preferred mask of its kind. A majority of CPAP users found it easier to use and more comfortable than the market-leading, minimal-contact full face mask.
Wake up without the red
With a minimal-contact mask like AirFit F30, you’ll experience fewer facial marks than you would with a traditional full face mask. Its UltraCompact cushion is designed to seal securely under the nose to prevent top-of-the-nose soreness/irritation/red marks.
More peace and quiet
Eliminate the wall of pillows separating you from your bed partner and curl up even closer wearing AirFit F30. It’s quieter than the market-leading, minimal-contact full face mask,4,5 with fewer sleep disruptions from vent flow noted by CPAP users and their bed partners.2 Featuring small, multidirectional openings over a widespread area, vent technology in the ResMed QuietAir™ elbow breaks up exhaled air so it’s spread out lightly.
Choosing the right mask cushion
1- To determine your cushion size (small or medium), print the AirFit F30 full face mask fitting template to size and trim it from the paper.
2- Standing in front of a mirror, hold the template horizontally in front of your face and place it under your nose. Make sure it’s directly under the nostrils rather than on the top of the nose.
3- Select the matching UltraCompact cushion size (small or medium) based on where the outer edge of your nostrils contacts the template. Cushion size is based on the width of your nose (rather than its length).
4- If the width of your nose breaches the template margins, size up to a medium
Manage Mask Leak
1- Leak often occurs when your mask’s seal is compromised by movement, incorrect fitting or improper sizing.
2- To find the source of the leak, run your finger along the top and bottom edges of the UltraCompact cushion to feel if any air is escaping. There is an intentional vent on the front of the cushion where air will flow through. This is normal.
3- Adjust the mask cushion by gently pulling it away from your face and letting it reseal itself.
4- Adjust the top, upper and/or lower headgear straps as needed to achieve a more secure seal. Avoid overtightening the headgear straps – adjust them just enough fix the mask leak.
5- Check to ensure the mask frame is secure and that the QuietAir elbow and air tubing are not pulling on your mask.
6- If the mask leak continues, contact your equipment provider.