ResMed AirSense 10 CPAP ClimateLineAir Heated Tubing
New Heated Tubing
The ClimateLineAir is the latest heated tube from ResMed. This heated tubing is compatible with their brand new line of AirSense 10 machines, which includes the AutoSet 10, the AutoSet 10 for her, the manual AirSense, and the AirSense Elite.
Most users enjoy using heated CPAP tubes because these devices help to reduce CPAP side effects like rainout and dry mouth. The warm air keeps the inflow of moisture smooth and allows you to sleep easier by ensuring that you get the most out of your humidifier.
The ClimateLineAir is the descendant of the ClimateLine tubes from ResMed's S9 series. These tubes are not compatible with S9 machines because they feature different prongs.
Lengthy Tubing with a Thin Hose Diameter
The ClimateLineAir extends several feet, allowing you to sleep far away from your machine. This is ideal for users who dislike any noise created by the CPAP. The ClimateLineAir also comes with a 15 mm hose diameter, which is narrower than the 22 mm standard tube.
- Heated tubing helps prevent rainout
- Long and slim tube convenient for all nightstands
- Compatible with AirSense 10 devices only
The ClimateLineAir and the ClimateLine intended for ResMed's S9 CPAP machines are not compatible tubing options. The ClimateLineAir will only work with AirSense 10 devices.
AirSense 10 CPAP Machine Series from ResMed
Is the ClimateLineAir a 15 mm tube or a 22 mm tube?
Guidelines from ResMed for hose replacement:
CPAP mask tubing may develop small holes or tears, which can cause air leaks. If your tube is leaking, you may not be receiving your prescribed therapy setting from your CPAP. This can cause you to feel like you’re not sleeping as well. Replace every 3 months.
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 onto your face or pour into 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 for the standard hose!
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|Pressure Range||25 cm H2O (25 hPa)|
|Dimensions||6'6" (2m) long, 0.6" (15mm) inner diameter|
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