Device Details

The lightweight, portable and quiet Salter AIRE Elite™ Compressor is designed for rapid and effective aerosol delivery. Compressors are available in two voltage choices and come paired with either T Piece or NebuTech nebulizers. This reliable nebulizer therapy option is a great way to minimize your condition's effects.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions
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    How often should I change the filter in my device?


    Inspect the filter every month and replace it as necessary or when the filter turns gray.

    What should I do if my device is not producing mist?


    If your device is not producing mist or has weak nebulization, check the electrical outlet to ensure the device is receiving power. Next, check for blockage or air leakage where the tubing connects to the nebulizer cup and replace it as needed. Also, if the filter is too dirty, replace it as required.

    Why isn't my device running correctly?


    Make sure its power source is working properly. Keep in mind that if your device runs for 30 minutes, the built-in thermal protector may activate the device's auto-shutdown mechanism. Allow the unit to cool down before using it again. 

    Who needs a nebulizer?


    Nebulizers treat several common respiratory conditions, including asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, emphysema, and bronchitis. 

    How often should I clean my device? 


    You should clean and disinfect your nebulizer after each treatment to prevent lung infections. 

    How do I clean my device?


    Refer to the user manual for specific instructions on how to clean your device. Generally, you should avoid harsh chemicals and clean the removable parts, such as the mask, tube, and mouthpiece, with warm, soapy water.

    How do I disinfect my device?


    Using a clean container or bowl, soak items in three parts hot water to one part white vinegar for 30 minutes. Or use a medical bacterial-germicidal disinfectant available through your care provider. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully. With clean hands, remove items from the disinfectant solution, rinse under hot tap water, and air dry on a clean paper towel. Store in a plastic zip-close bag. Read our Patient’s Guide to Nebulizer Therapy to learn more.
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