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At Portea, we offer equipment rental and sales, supporting S9 VPAPS-dependent patients. Our expert team assists you in choosing the best product and administration to suit your needs.

The S9 VPAP S is designed to deliver comfortable bilevel treatment, catering to various patients, including those who cannot tolerate standard CPAP therapy. With its aesthetic design and advanced comfort features from the award-winning S9™ platform, S9 bilevel devices ensure a smooth transition to treatment, allowing you to experience the benefits of restful sleep. Let us help you achieve improved sleep and overall well-being.


  • The Easy-Breathe engine decreases sound to a whisper, so your (and your partner’s) sleeping condition remains quiet and restful.
  • The optional H5i™ Heated Humidifier with Climate Control keeps up perfect humidification and temperature settings per your continuous condition. This shields you from condensation (or ‘rain-out’) while limiting symptoms, for example, dry throat or mouth.
  • Simple Breathe innovation takes after your regular inhalation and exhalation designs, making you happy with breathing knowledge.
  • User-friendly controls, intuitive interface and splendid shading LCD, manage you through the setup procedure, making it easy to explore menus and customize settings.


  • Weight: 1.84 lb (835 g),
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 6.0 x 5.5 x 3.4″ (153 x 140 x 86 mm)
  • S Mode Pressure: IPAP 4 to 25 cm H2O; EPAP 3 to 25 cm H2O
  • 90W Power Supply Unit
  • Sound Level: 24 dBA
  • CPAP Mode Pressure: 4 to 20 cm H2O,
  • unit Input range 100-240V, 50-60Hz
  • Maximum power consumption 110W (120VA)
  • Operating Altitude: Sea level to 8500′ (2591 m)
  • SD Memory Card: 365 days of summary data and 30 Days and 7 nights of detailed data


1. What is VPAP mode?

VPAP mode is short for “variable positive airway pressure,” a specialized form of positive airway pressure (PAP) provided by ResMed. It delivers two continuous pressure levels, offering customized support for individuals with varying respiratory needs. VPAP is designed to optimize breathing and ensure effective therapy for those with sleep-related breathing disorders.

2. What is the difference between VPAP and CPAP?

The main difference between VPAP and CPAP is how they deliver pressure. While CPAP provides a continuous fixed pressure, VPAP machines analyze your breathing patterns and adjust the pressure to meet individual therapy needs. 

VPAPs are versatile and can treat not only Sleep Apnea but also various pulmonary and lung diseases, making them suitable for a broader range of respiratory conditions.

3. What is the difference between VPAP and BiPAP?

The difference between VPAP and BiPAP lies in the terminology, but both refer to the same type of treatment. BiPAP stands for bi-level positive airway pressure, whereas VPAP stands for variable positive airway pressure. 

Although BiPAP is more commonly used, some device manufacturers prefer the term VPAP. Both therapies offer dual-levels of pressure for inhalation and exhalation, providing customized support for individuals with respiratory conditions.

4. What is a VPAP machine used for?

VPAP machines, or Variable Positive Airway Pressure machines, treat sleep apnea. They deliver airway pressure through the nose and throat, keeping the airway open during sleep. VPAP machines offer two air pressure levels, making them more flexible and effective for managing sleep apnea and related breathing disorders.

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