CPAP Breathing Circuits

CPAP Breathing Circuits

Key Details

AquaVENT® heated and humidified breathing circuits can be customised for both CPAP or High Flow, helping reduce clinical waste and streamline delivery of care.

Streamlined Delivery of Care


Mask & Hood (Helmet) CPAP

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is delivered to correct hypoxia. Indications include cardiogenic pulmonary oedema and atelectasis.

CPAP recruits collapsed alveoli and improves gas exchange by:

  • Application of PEEP (Positive End Expiratory Pressure) valve to maintain expiratory pressure.
  • Delivering flow to meet the patients peak inspiratory requirements and maintain PAP.
  • Delivery of CPAP is confirmed via pressure manometer.


High Flow (HFOT)

Oxygen therapy delivered through AquaNASE® nasal cannula heats and humidifies the gases with flows up to 80 L/min, reducing oxygen dilution.

  • Improved patient comfort
  • Reduced oxygen dilution
  • Dead space washout
  • Improved secretion clearance
  • Variable PEEP

FD140i Features

The FD140i is a second generation flow driver for mask or helmet CPAP and high flow humidified oxygen therapy.

Modes available for neonatal, paediatric and adult patients.

Learn more about the FD140i.

BioCote® Antimicrobial Silver Technology

Many of our breathing systems are supplied with BioCote®, an antimicrobial silver additive to limit the numbers of microbes on the surface of the breathing circuit, protecting it from microbial colonisation.

Product Codes

CPAP limb

CPAP adapter limb (FD140)

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Box Quantity: 20

CPAP limb

CPAP adapter limb (POINT system)

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Box Quantity: 20


Product Literature

File Type Size Date
Critical Care Brochure
Critical Care Brochure
1.85 MB 13th Aug 2019
Breathing Systems Catalogue - English
Breathing Systems Catalogue - English
4.92 MB 15th Feb 2022
Respiratory Medical Equipment
Respiratory Medical Equipment
978.12 KB 24th May 2022




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