How to convert your Decathlon Easybreath snorkeling Mask into an Emergency mask for hospital ventilators and HME filters
ventilators and HME filters
Following the initiative of Isinnova in Italy,
Munna Singh, a student and ward of Don Bosco Ashalayam and with the support of Decathlon has developed two designs adapted to the Decathlon Easybreath snorkelling mask, new model, which is the one available in India.
Download STL files for respirator link adapted to new model of Easybreath
charlotte valve for easybreath new model
The adapted design of the Charlotte valve, developed and patented by Isinnova and adjusted by us to the new model of Decathlon Easybreath.
2.1 Download STL files for HME Filter link adapted to new model of Easybreath
The design of a component that enables the use of a HME filter on the Easybreath. Developed with the Help of Dr Chandrashis Chakravarty consultant in ICU in Covid 19 unit of Apollo Hospital Kolkata.
Munna valve for HME
2.2 Download STL files for HME Filter link adapted to new model of Easybreath
The design of a component that enables the use of a HME filter on the Easybreath on the chin of the Easybreath.
Munna valve for HME
The idea is designed for healthcare facilities and wants to help in realization of an emergency mask in the case of a full-blown difficult situation, where is not possible to in find official healthcare supplies. Neither the mask nor the components are certified and their use is subject to a situation of mandatory need.
Usage by the patient is subjected to the acceptance of use of an uncertified biomedical device, by providing a signed declaration.
Healthcare facilities in difficulty will be able to purchase the Decathlon mask and get in contact with 3d printers who could make the piece and provide it.
We clarify that our initiative is totally non-profit, we will not obtain any royalties on the idea of the link, nor on the sales of Decathlon masks.