Full face mask for sleep apnoea patients
The ResMed AirFit F30i is a tube-up, under-the-nose, full face mask that delivers visual and physical freedom and eliminates the risk of red marks and discomfort on the nasal bridge. AirFit F30i is part of the AirFit 30 series range of under-the-nose masks.
Product codes: F30i mask system (63310, 63312, 63313)
Tube-up freedom in a full face mask
The AirFit F30i brings tube-up, under-the-nose freedom to ResMed’s full face mask portfolio. Twist and turn in bed, sleep in any position1, read and relax naturally: offer your sleep apnoea patients the luxury of a full face mask that’s designed to feel natural.
For ease of use
The secret behind this full-face mask’s comfortable and effective seal1 is its ultra-compact cushion design, which is curved to fit comfortably around the nose.1 It also features a quick-release elbow that makes it easy to disconnect the mask from the tubing.1
A gentle, low-key approach
The AirFit F30i is designed to overcome common barriers to therapy with a full face mask. Claustrophobia, inconvenience, personal appearance, discomfort2: the F30i delivers visual and physical freedom and eliminates the risk of red marks and discomfort on the nasal bridge.
The 20 & 30 series of mask – interactive brochure (ENG)
Interested in the bigger picture? Check out our 20 & 30 series interactive brochure.
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Warranty & services
Looking for service and warranty information on AirFit F30i mask? Find the answers to your questions in our resource centre.
- ResMed external clinical study of 51 current full face CPAP mask users, conducted between 24/10/2018 – 20/11/2018, 2018 data on file; ID A4484728.
- Wimms A. et al., Impact of a New Nasal Pillows Mask on Patients’ Acceptance, Compliance, and Willingness to Remain on CPAP Therapy. Sleep Disord, 2016. 2016: p. 6713236.