Respironics Everflo Filters

Respironics Everflo Filters

Brand/Manufacturer: RESPIRONICS

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Respironics Everflo Filters are devised to be used with all EverFlo and EverFlo Q Oxygen Concentrators. They extend the lifespan of the unit. Everflo oxygen concentrator filters are FAA approved.

Compressor Intake Filter (Inlet Filter):

  • Processes air as it enters the concentrator
  • Comes with clear case for easy internal filter inspection
  • Should be replaced on an average, every 2 years

Micro-Disk Filter:

  • Internal part and final component of filtering system
  • Ensures thoroughly filtered oxygen before delivery
  • Replaced as necessary, on an average, every 5 years 

Item #DescPkg Price 
1038831 Respironics Compressor Intake Filter Each $0.75
$33.99
$14.99
1038831 Respironics Compressor Intake Filter 5/Pack $3.50
$115.99
$69.99

How To Replace Air Inlet Filter?

To Remove Compressor Intake Filter

  1. Remove the Filter Cover.
  2. Remove the Air Inlet Filter.

To Install Compressor Intake Filter

  1. Fully seat the Air Inlet Filter into the Inlet Boot.
  2. Install the Filter Cover.

How To Replace Micro-Disk Filter?

To Remove the Micro-Disk Filter:

  1. Remove the Filter Cover.
  2. Remove the Inlet Filter.
  3. Remove the Rear Cabinet.
  4. Remove the Flow Tubing from the DISS Outlet Fitting and the top connection of the Flow Meter.
  5. Remove the Flow Tubing from the Micro-Disk Filter.
  6. Remove the Pressure Tubing from the Pressure sensor located on the Main PCA (OPI Units Only).
  7. Remove the other end of the Pressure Tubing from the bottom connection of the Flow Meter and from the Pressure Regulator (OPI Units Only).

To Install the Micro-Disk Filter:

  1. Connect the Pressure Tubing to the Pressure Sensor located on the Main PCA (OPI Units Only).
  2. Connect the other ends of the Pressure Tubing to the Pressure Regulator and bottom connection on the Flow Meter.
  3. Connect the Flow Tubing. Short Piece should be inserted into the inlet side of the Micro-Disk Filter.
  4. Install the Rear Cabinet.
  5. Install the Inlet Filter.
  6. Install the Filter Cover.

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How do you clean the filter
John davis - 8/15/2017 8:22:35 PM
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You can clean Respironics Everflo Filters by following the steps below: 
  • Locate and remove the filter
  • Rinse with warm water and soap
  • Check filter and let air dry
Customer care - 8/27/2017 3:01:55 PM
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In what time interval micro disk filter should be changed? Will changing it after 5 years affect my oxygen concentrator?
Liza - 1/18/2017 12:05:16 AM
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Micro disk filter is recommended to be replaced as necessary, on an average, every 5 years. Replacing Respironics Everflo Filters on time enhances the life of your device.
Customer Care - 8/27/2017 3:00:51 PM
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How frequently should the compressor intake filter be changed?
Donna Albert, RN - 3/22/2016 11:13:59 AM
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This filter should be replaced as necessary, on average every 2 years.
Customer Care - 3/23/2016 3:45:53 AM