7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 6 6 4 5 60ml 1 2 3 7 7 7 Use explained using the AirOne Flex Function of the ultrasonic nebuliser Nebulising chamber 1 Vibrating base with quartz 1. Chamber is filled with 60 ml contact fluid Chamber 2 (nebuliser cup) filled with inhalation solution, e.g. saline solution or herbal liquid Insert chamber 2 into chamber 1, close with the nebulising chamber lid Attach the mask securely with the hook-in strap and fixing clip. Fig. 1 Fill chamber 1 with contact liquid. Fig. 3 Put on the nebulising chamber lid. Fig. 2 Insert chamber 2 (filled with inhalation liquid). Fig. 4 Secure the mask with rubber straps and attach the connection tube. Due to the high molecular density of the contact fluid, the vibration generated by the quartz can be transferred to the inhalation solution. The inhalation solution is atomised. The AirOne and the AirOne Flex work in exactly the same way. The only difference between the two devices is the housing and the length of the connecting tube to the mask. See how easily it works (using the AirOne Flex as an example). Step 1: Fill the nebuliser chamber 1 with 60 ml of contact fluid 3 (Fig. 1). Step 2: Fill the medication cup 4 with a maximum of 50 ml and with a watersoluble inhalation solution 5 according to the package insert or consult your veterinarian. Step 3: Place chamber 2 in chamber 1 (Fig. 2) and place the nebulising chamber lid on top 6 (Fig. 3). Step 4: Place the inhalation mask on the AirOne Flex by inserting the back tab of the mask into the recess on the device and attaching the rubber tabs to the side of the device 7 (Fig. 4). Step 5: Connect the short tube to the attachment of the nebulising chamber lid and that of the mask (Fig. 4). Step 6: If the battery of the AirOne Flex has been charged beforehand, it is now ready for use.