Designs currently being developed

Right now the construction and development team are mainly working on the master project: the VentilAid Breathing Device – known as the prototype MkIII.
But, at the same time, we are creating an Oxygen Generator and adapters for a variety of existing masks. A lot is happening at VentilAid!

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Ventilaid breathing device

Compact and mobile breathing device designed directly for COVID-19 pandemia. Works in CPAP and BiPAP modes, adapts to the breathing rhythm of the patient

Status: Advanced prototype (tests in progress)

Scuba diving mask adapters

These adapters fit to most common scuba diving masks and allow to insert medical (or military) filters

Status: Ready to use

Oxygen concentrator

We are currently working on a development of a new cheap and easy-to-use device that helps to concentrate oxygen from the atmosphere and use it on ventilators.

Status: Under development​

3D Printed last resort ventilator

3D printed last resort ventilator was our first publicly displayed project. This is the device that started Ventilaid initiative.

Status: Discontinued

.VentilAid Breathing Device.


Status

Advanced prototype
(tests in progress)

Compact and mobile breathing device designed directly for COVID-19 pandemia. Works in CPAP and BiPAP modes, adapts to the breathing rhythm of the patient.

.oxygen concentrator.


Status

Under development

We are currently working on the development of a new, cheap and easy-to-use device that helps to concentrate oxygen from the atmosphere. It is destined to be used to supply ventilator patients with humidified oxygen.

.scuba diving mask adapters.


Status

Ready to use

These adapters fit most common scuba diving masks and allow to insert medical (or military) filters.

.3D printed last resort ventilator.


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Status

Discontinued !

3D printed last resort ventilator was our first publicly displayed project. This is the device that started the VentilAid initiative. Thanks to many consultations with medical technicians and anesthesiologists, we could proceed with a more advanced and much safer device. At the same time we decided to discontinue this prototype and highly discourage from using it as it misses the needs of COVID-19 patients!