Quattro™ Air Full Face Mask Assembly Kit
Quattro Air Full Face Mask Assembly Kit Overview
Mask assembly kits are a way to refresh your mask without having to purchase the full mask.
Continuing the success of their full face mask line, ResMed offers the Quattro™ Air Full Face Mask. It's features include a lightweight design and cushion and is 45% lighter than the original Quattro. It has a Flex-wing forehead support that self adjusts to provide a stable, comfortable fit.
The Quattro™ Air Full Face Mask features a lightweight design and cushion. It has a Flex-wing forehead support that self adjusts to provide a stable, comfortable fit.
Mask Only Included
This is the Quattro Air Full Face Mask. It includes the mask frame, cushion and elbow. Getting a mask assembly kit is a great way to have a fresh mask. This item DOES NOT include the headgear. If interested in viewing or purchasing the headgear, visit this page: Headgear for Quattro™ Air Full Face Mask.
This Product Includes...
- Mask: Frame; Cushion; Elbow
Material Components for Quattro™ Air Full Face Mask Assembly Kit
- Cushion & Frame: Silicone Elastomer; Nylon
- Elbow: Nylon; Polypropylene; Thermoplastic Elsatomer; Silicone Elastomer
Therapy Pressure Range: 3 to 40 cmwp
Machine Mask Setting: "Full Face" or "Mir Full"
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Help with sizing and fitting can be found here: Quattro Air Sizing Gauge.
Where do I find the size?
The size of the mask frame is directly proportionate to the size of the cushion. The size of the mask frame is not identifiable, except by applying the cushion size to the corresponding frame. To properly function, the Quattro™ Air frame and cushion must be the same size. The frame and cushion sizes cannot be mixed and matched.
To find the size of the full face cushion, turn the mask so that the elbow is facing the user. Look to the lower right side of the full face cushion to locate a large embossed letter within a circle. The letter will indicate the size the full face cushion.
High quality, perfect fit - no air leakage during the night for the first time in a LONG time - highly recommend. more...
I have used this mask for years and I sleep every way you can imagine. I had a horrible experience with Medicare DME sending me wrong sized cushions and charging me repeatedly while I was left with no cushion, so I started buying my supplies at CPAP.com after talking with my Pulmonologists about the situation and we decided that I was possibly getting the wrong sizes because they weren’t used to sending the XSmall sizes. The headgear only goes down to small, while the frame and cushions go to XSmall. I have gotten wrap around pad a cheek pieces for the top and bottom of my headgear and with it adjusted as small as possible with the added padding, it works great for me. I have discovered the pad a cheek pieces, tubing covers, and so much more by using CPAP.com. I’m an RN, BSN and when I am in the hospital, other nurses and respiratory therapist have often commented on how nice and comfortable my setup looks. more...
The top of this mask has a split of the two clasps to feed through the straps. Against my forehead there was nothing to soften the hardness of the clasps. I woke up the first morning with two knots on my forehead that were very sore. I've now used a pair of baby socks to cover the clasps to solve the problem. Manufacturer needs to address this. more...
Talked to several people and they still did not explain to me what I was buying. My existing was broken and a needed a new one immediately. As it turned out all I needed was a mask. I got two complete mask assemblies for $88 each. Did not need whatever they call the thing you put the mask in/on, then attach to harness. Now I have three what I call frame and two mask. more...
I have tried a number of masks and this is the best combination I have found that is light enough to be comfortable but strong enough to be able to tighten down to a good seal on my face at night. more...