ClimateLineMAX Oxygen Tubing for VPAPs by ResMed
ResMed's ClimateLine Max Oxy Air Tubing comes with an oxygen port for those who need additional oxygen as part of their therapy program. The tube's wide diameter allows for a steady supply of oxygen and pressure, allowing you to breathe easily and comfortably throughout the night.
For sleep apnea users who use ResMed S9 CPAP devices and need enhanced oxygen flow, the ClimateLine provides an ideal therapeutic solution. The SlimLine's wide diameter allows for oxygen to flow through the tube where it can mix with warm and humidified air for a comfortable breathing experience.
Along with ResMed's Climate Control algorithm, the SlimLine works to deliver you a constant and comfortable temperature at the mask, which will help reduce rainout, nasal congestion, and dry mouth.
One of the benefits of the design of the SlimLine tube is that ResMed's flexible tube allows users to move freely throughout the night. The device accommodates several sleeping positions, and because it connects so solidly to ResMed S9 devices, the design reduces mask drag.
- 19 mm diameter tube
- Reduces Condensation
- Maximum Pressure is 30 cm H30
To clean the SlimLine, wash with warm water, mild soap, and a soft cloth. Rinse everything out well and hang it to dry.
What kinds of devices are compatible with the ClimateLine Max Oxy Air Tubing?
The ClimateLine will only work with ResMed S9 machines using H5i Heated Humidifiers. It will not work with other CPAP or humidifier models.
How long is the hose?
The hose is 75 inches long, with a 19 mm inner diameter.
How do I remove the ClimateLine from my CPAP machine?
To remove your ClimateLine, rotate the hose counterclockwise and pull it off the back of the machine.
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!