The Nebuliser is the component that actually creates the aerosol, and so constitutes the heart of the entire system. Because it is essential for the nebuliser to match the needs of the user: To ensure that the aerosol is delivered to its intended destination and has the desired effect, for children and infants as well as for adults, the nebuliser must generate an aerosol spectrum adjusted as far as possible and with a droplet size optimised for its intended purpose. The liquid that is to be inhaled is poured into the nebuliser and then atomised to yield an extremely fine mist.
An opening is provided in the bottom of the nebuliser so that the compressed air can be introduced via the connection tubing. The aerosol produced in the nebuliser chamber is dispensed through the mouth opening and can be breathed in through an attached mouthpiece or a mask.