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Replacement filters protect you from allergens and keep your CPAP machine running smoothly. Shop our wide selection of CPAP filters below.

CPAP air filters protect you from allergens and other contaminants, and help to keep your CPAP machine running smoothly. Shop our wide selection of CPAP filters below.

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  1. Breas Universal Inline Heat Moisture Exchange CPAP Humidifier Filter
    Universal Inline Heat Moisture Exchange CPAP Humidifier Filter
    Special Price $4.95 Regular Price $5.95
  2. Philips Respironics Ultrafine Disposable CPAP Filter
    Philips Respironics Ultrafine Disposable CPAP Filter
    $3.75
  3. Spirit Medical Disposable Ultra-Fine Filter for DreamStation CPAP Machine
    Spirit Medical Disposable Ultra-Fine Filter for DreamStation CPAP Machine
    $7.50
  4. Universal Inline Bacterial Viral Filter For CPAP/BIPAP Machines
    Universal Inline Bacterial Viral Filter For CPAP/BIPAP Machines
    $2.90
  5. Spirit Medical Disposable Pollen CPAP Filter for ResMed S9/AirSense/AirCurve Machines (1 filter)
    Spirit Medical Disposable Pollen CPAP Filter for ResMed S9/AirSense™/AirCurve™
    $6.99
  6. Spirit Medical Hypoallergenic Disposable CPAP Filter for ResMed S9, AirCurve 10 & AirSense 10
    Hypoallergenic Disposable CPAP Filter for ResMed S9, AirCurve™ 10 & AirSense™ 10
    $3.75
  7. Spirit Medical Reusable Pollen CPAP Filter for DreamStation
    Spirit Medical Reusable Pollen CPAP Filter for DreamStation
    $6.99
  8. Philips Respironics Reusable Foam Pollen CPAP Filter
    Philips Respironics Reusable Foam Pollen CPAP Filter
    $6.99
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CPAP filters not only protect your health, but also the health of your CPAP unit. An air filter captures the dust, pollen, mold, pet dander, and other allergens that could otherwise end up in your airways or build up in your CPAP.

CPAP filters are designed to work with your specific model of CPAP, BiPAP, APAP, or in some cases, CPAP mask.

Types of CPAP Filters

  • Disposable CPAP Filters - Typically made of polyester or mesh paper, and are designed to be replaced regularly
  • Reusable Foam Filters - Designed to be reused for up to 6 months, but should be washed regularly
  • Bacteria Filters - Also called hypoallergenic filters, these in-line filters are a separate and optional type of filtration
  • CPAP Mask Diffuser Filters - Some CPAP masks include diffuser filters which break up exhaled air to make it quieter and softer

Can You Wash and Reuse CPAP Filters?

That depends on the type of CPAP machine filter! Reusable foam filters can and should be washed regularly. Wash this kind of filter with warm, soapy water once a week along with your other CPAP supplies. Be sure to rinse it thoroughly and allow it to dry completely before reusing it.

Disposable CPAP filters are usually made of a fine paper or polyester, which can be damaged by water, and should not be washed.

How Often Should I Change the Filter on My CPAP?

To keep your CPAP therapy both effective and hygienic you should replace your CPAP air filter regularly, regardless of the type of filter.

  • Disposable Filters - Every 30 days, or sooner if discolored
  • Reusable Filters - Every 6 month, or sooner if the foam is damaged
  • Bacteria Filters - Every 30 days, or sooner if discolored

What Happens If I Don’t Clean/Replace My CPAP Filter?

Remember that your CPAP therapy is part of a healthcare regimen. Allergens like dust, mold, pollen, and pet dander can irritate your airways and worsen your sleep apnea.

Worse yet, without CPAP filters, the buildup of contaminants can turn your CPAP machine into a breeding ground for germs and bacteria. To keep you safe and to prolong the life of your CPAP equipment, you should always clean and replace your CPAP filters as recommended.

CPAP filters not only protect your health, but also the health of your CPAP unit. An air filter captures the dust, pollen, mold, pet dander, and other allergens that could otherwise end up in your airways or build up in your CPAP.

CPAP filters are designed to work with your specific model of CPAP, BiPAP, APAP, or in some cases, CPAP mask.

  • Types of CPAP Filters

    • Disposable CPAP Filters - Typically made of polyester or mesh paper, and are designed to be replaced regularly

    • Reusable Foam Filters - Designed to be reused for up to 6 months, but should be washed regularly

    • Bacteria Filters - Also called hypoallergenic filters, these in-line filters are a separate and optional type of filtration

    • CPAP Mask Diffuser Filters - Some CPAP masks include diffuser filters which break up exhaled air to make it quieter and softer

  • Can You Wash and Reuse CPAP Filters?

    That depends on the type of CPAP machine filter! Reusable foam filters can and should be washed regularly. Wash this kind of filter with warm, soapy water once a week along with your other CPAP supplies. Be sure to rinse it thoroughly and allow it to dry completely before reusing it.

    Disposable CPAP filters are usually made of a fine paper or polyester, which can be damaged by water, and should not be washed.

  • How Often Should I Change the Filter on My CPAP?

    To keep your CPAP therapy both effective and hygienic you should replace your CPAP air filter regularly, regardless of the type of filter.

    • Disposable Filters - Every 30 days, or sooner if discolored

    • Reusable Filters - Every 6 month, or sooner if the foam is damaged

    • Bacteria Filters - Every 30 days, or sooner if discolored

  • What Happens If I Don’t Clean/Replace My CPAP Filter?

    Remember that your CPAP therapy is part of a healthcare regimen. Allergens like dust, mold, pollen, and pet dander can irritate your airways and worsen your sleep apnea.

    Worse yet, without CPAP filters, the buildup of contaminants can turn your CPAP machine into a breeding ground for germs and bacteria. To keep you safe and to prolong the life of your CPAP equipment, you should always clean and replace your CPAP filters as recommended.