Welcome to our online support service. We hope to provide a platform for questions asked and answered by actual nebuliser users. Questions such as how to choose and get the best out of your nebuliser.

We encourage you to post or ask any product related comments and ideas but please avoid any profanity or leaving your personal contact information such as email or phone numbers.

We look forward to hearing from you and will help where we can.

Monday, 29 February 2016

What are people saying about the new Pari Velox?

Well so far, and its early days as the The Pari Velox was launched 2015, the feedback from those of you who bought it is impressive. 

Comments such as how comfortable it feels in your hand, how simple it is to operate and clean, how quiet and unobtrusive it is especially when you're out and about, all reflect the German design award it won in 2015. 
The Pari Velox is still available from Pari UK

Monday, 22 February 2016

Omron C801, Omron C802, Omron C803?

Unlike some companies we strive not to stock a nebuliser if we can't stock the accessories needed to go with them. We take regular calls from those of you who have bought a compressor from the high street, internet or a large chemist group and have subsequently spent hours trying to source accessories when you need them. Take Omron as an example.

Like all Omron nebulisers if you bought a NE-C801, C802, or C803 for occasional use, you still have to change your air tubes, medication chambers, masks and filters, as you do with most compressor nebulisers available. You can read more about other manufacturers HERE and on lots of other pages throughout this blog and spares and accessories are listed HERE

For the Omron 801 you need to choose the accessories listed for the Omron C30 listed HERE 
For the Omron C802 (which many of you bought from Boots you'll need those that fit with the C803 listed HERE if you can't find what you need you can always call 01942 701210 or email HERE

Monday, 15 February 2016

Filters for Nebulisers

Most compressor type nebulisers have an inlet filter. This is the part which often gets over looked. Even those of you who change your accessories on a regular basis have been known to forget to check and change the compressors filter. So why is it important? It matters because this is where all the air to be compressed enters the unit, the filter therefore protects the unit from dust in the air and then ultimately your lungs. How often you change yours depends on how often you nebulise, manufacturers instructions and just where you choose to nebulise. Those of you with lots of fabrics, parrots and pets have found out you may have to change it more frequently than recommended. A blocked filter can also be one of the reasons your nebuliser is running slow and if you click HERE you can find hints and tips on how to look after your nebuliser properly.

You can find each of the nebuliser filters listed on the accessory page for your unit by clicking HERE and there are lots of pictures throughout the blog and on our website which you can see HERE if you're not quite sure which nebuliser you have. 
We do still keep stock of filters for some deleted nebulisers such as the Philips Portaneb and Inspiration Elite or you can always call us on 01942 701210 if you're still not sure

Thursday, 4 February 2016

Portaneb Omron Pari Philips or Medix

Here’s a little tongue in cheek story sent in by one of our customers
“Often found in the draining board region of the kitchen ‘the baffle’ is a rare thing to behold. Sometimes known by its other name the vaporiser head or most often by its pet name “the thing in the middle”. They are quite rare and there is only one in every nebuliser kit.

By documenting such a rare item I am trying to highlight just how vital this component is to an effective nebuliser therapy and remind everyone that life just wouldn’t be the same were it to become lost forever.”
So help us help you, by taking great care of this mysterious and wonderful thing. Portaneb, Innospire, Omron, Pari or Medix, you can all do your bit by taking good care of your nebuliser accessories. If you click HERE you can just see the vaporiser head in its natural habitat 

Monday, 1 February 2016

Why buy an Omron C900 nebuliser?

Fed up of losing your vaporiser head or baffle from the middle of your medication chamber? Then why not take a look at the Omron C900 with its simple SSK kit and you can read why this is such a useful idea HERE

Or are you looking to replace your Actineb nebuliser now they are no longer available? Then the C900 could fit the bill. When used with the SSK kit it provides you with a very reliable efficient therapy but it is also powerful enough to run with most other air tubes, medication chambers and masks which you may have around. 

Robust, simple and it delivers what it promises. If this is what you are looking for then the C900 has the  answer.