The ComfortGel Blue Full Face Mask draws on the advancements of Philips Respironics masks to provide a comfortable and reliable seal. “Blue” gel Sure Seal Technology, along with the updated elbow and forehead pad, are designed for a custom seal and quiet operation.
The ComfortGel Blue Full Face Mask by Philips Respironics blends the ComfortGel Full Face Mask with theComfortGel Blue Nasal Mask to create a full face mask that seals with comfort.
“Blue” Gel Technology Cushion
The updated “Blue” gel used by the ComfortGel Blue Full Face is softer and conforms to the face better to provide an enhanced seal. Additionally, the Comfort Flap uses SST (Sure Seal Technology) to provides a unique seal around the blue gel cushion. The Blue Gel Cushion and the SST Flap can be replaced to extend the life of the mask.
Exhalation Ports and Elbow
The micro exhalation ports of the ComfortGel Blue Full Face Mask reduce the operation sound. The angle of the ports direct air away from the CPAP user and partner. With a 360 degree swivel connection, the elbow allows for movement during sleep and the hose may pass over the head or down and across the chest.
Forehead Adjustment and Pad
The proven comfort of the Premium Forehead Pad is used with the ComfortGel Blue Full Face Mask to enhance the fit. The stability selector located between the forehead pad support and mask adjusts easily allowing users to find the best fit.
System One Resistance Control Number
Philips Respironics developed System One Resistance Control to provide the best pressure for therapy by considering the mask. Each mask is numbered to indicate the resistance of the mask. If using a PR System One machine, such as the PR System One 60 Series Auto and Heated Tube, the number is entered at the time of set up and the delivered pressure is adjusted for the mask.