Hybernite Rainout Control System
DeVilbiss has developed a stand alone heated CPAP tube that actively reduces rain-out or condensation. Copper wires are placed within the walls of the tube and connected to its own power source which uniformly heats and prevents condensation by maintaining a set temperature. This heated tube is special because it is compatible with nearly all CPAP or BiPAP machines that accept standard tubing.
- Prevents rain-out - Heated tube pro-actively reduces rain-out through consistent heating
- Universal Fit - Can fit any CPAP or BiPAP device that accepts standard tubing
- Self Powered - Includes a power source specifically for the tube
The Hibernate tubing is not compatible with devices that utilize a 15mm tube like the ResMed S9 or AirSense 10 series.
How do I clean my tube?
Wash your tube once a week and with warm water and a mild detergent. Do not wash your tube in a dishwasher or washing machine.
How long is the CPAP tube?
The tube is 71.25 inches from end to end include the cuffs. The diameter of the hose is 19mm.
Review By Anne G. RPSGT, RST
Registered Sleep Therapist
Registered Polysomnographic Technologist for Respshop
Why do you need a heated CPAP hose?
The main reason for a heated hose is to avoid moisture build up in the CPAP tube.
If you use a fan at night or if your bed is near a window, sometimes the moisture from the humidifier can condense and pool in the hose before it gets to your airway.
When this happens, it can wake you up by creating a loud popping sound as the air blows past the water, and in some cases can cause what we refer to as "rain out" where the water starts to splash on to your face or pour in to your nose.
The heated hose insulates the air from the cooler temperatures in your room to avoid this.
You can also adjust the heat in the hose for your comfort making this a great option to the standard hose!
|Weight||15.8 oz (Tube and power supply)|
|AC Power||110V - 220V, 50-60 Hz|