This robust compressor with a high quality German motor is capable of delivering efficient nebuliser treatments for COPD, asthma and most ongoing breathing problems. The tough casing features a handy chamber stand to help reduce drug spillage, is lightweight at 1.55 kg, and a convenient size that wonʼt take up too much room in your suitcase.
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An affordable nebuliser system with the reusable Pari LC Plus medication chamber which has been proven to deliver an effective and efficient therapy every time you need to nebulise.
Pari nebulisers do not require an annual service.
Read more about Pari Nebulisers and why we choose to work with Pari on our blog - Why choose a Pari Nebuliser?
The Pari Compact 2 uses the Pari LC Plus nebuliser chamber with mouthpiece which will need to be replaced every twelve months to ensure the nebuliser continues to perform efficiently.
The Pari Compact 2 comes with the Pari Mouthpiece. If you would prefer to nebulise using a mask, then the Pari Adult Face Mask is available.
The Pari Air Tube and Face Mask should be replaced every 12 months.
For nebulising antibiotics, the Pari Filter Valve Set attaches below the mouthpiece on the Pari LC Sprint Chamber. The filter pad minimises exhaled aerosol being released into the room, protecting your family from breathing in your prescribed solutions. Replacement Filter Pads are available in boxes of 30 or 100.
The Pari Tracheo Set adapts Pari nebulisers for patients who have had a tracheostomy or laryngectomy to receive inhalation therapy using a Pari compressor nebuliser. It includes a comfortable mask made from soft latex free silicone that has been developed specifically for people with a stoma, and an extension tube so that the nebuliser can be held in a comfortable position during inhalation. The Pari Tracheo set has been designed for long term repeated use.
The Air Inlet Filter on the compressor will need to be changed every 6 months.
Why replace the filter?
Replacing the filter on your Pari nebuliser is probably most important aspect of nebuliser maintenance. It is as important as replacing your nebuliser set, since without a good flow of filtered air coming from the compressor, you will not receive an effective therapy.
Old filters block the air flow to the compressor, reducing its output which diminishes its effectiveness.
Blocked filters also put a strain on the motor and increases the risk of a breakdown.
Filters cannot be cleaned – Throw the old filter away – don't wash it!
Your Pari nebuliser inlet filter should be changed every six months or when discolouration occurs in order to keep your nebuliser performing consistently.