Circadiance has received additional patents for its SleepWeaver line of Soft Cloth CPAP Masks. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted a patent titled “Full Face Cloth Respiratory Mask” to Circadiance covering certain features of the SleepWeaver Anew Soft Cloth Full Face CPAP Mask under the patent number of 9,981,104. The United Kingdom Patent Office (UKIPO) has granted a patent titled “Improved Respiratory Mask with Disposable Cloth Body” covering certain features of the SleepWeaver Elan Soft Cloth CPAP Mask under the patent number of 2,504,598.
With the addition of these two patents, Circadiance holds 9 US and international patents around its cloth masks technology. .
SleepWeaver Anew was launched in 2013. SleepWeaver Anew is an alternative to hard plastic masks for full face CPAP mask users. The mask features a dual interface design that seals around both the nose and the mouth, with only soft cloth touching the skin. SleepWeaver Anew is available in multiple sizes.
SleepWeaver Elan was launched in 2012. SleepWeaver Elan is an alternative to hard plastic masks for nasal CPAP mask users. The mask features a design that seals around the nose, again with only soft cloth touching the skin. SleepWeaver Elan is available in multiple sizes.
Each of these patent applications were filed prior to the launch of their respective products. “The addition of these patents to our portfolio strengthens our intellectual property position in the global CPAP mask market,” says David Groll, founder and CEO of Circadiance, in a release.