Climate Controlled Tubing for the ResMed S9
Delivering consistent temperate and humidity levels, the S9 ClimateLine heated tubing is designed using an intelligent algorithm to provide maximum comfort during CPAP therapy sessions. Thanks to its heated tubing, ClimateLine reduces tube and mask condensation preventing rainout for S9 CPAP users without reducing mask flexibility that can lead to mask drag. The ClimateLine heated tubing is compatible with any ResMed S9 CPAP device.
- Heated tubing - Reduces mask condensation that can lead to rainout
- Regulates humidity - Outside temperatures have no effect on the temperature inside the tube, automatically adjusting to the temperature in the room to deliver consistent performance
- Increased flexibility - Increases comfort while sleeping without the threat of dragging the mask
Be careful when extracting the tube from the CPAP mask for daily cleaning, as tugging too hard could tear the tube at the bottom. Cleaning is easy and should be done every day so that you don't have any unwanted build ups in your tube. In order for best results I would look into some tube cleaning materials.
Connecting the ClimateLine Tubing to a ResMed S9
Will the temperature in my room have any effect on the temperature in my tube and mask?
Thanks to the ClimateLine technology, all temperature is measured at the mask and therefore will always remain at your preferred setting no matter what the ambient temperatures are like in the area in which you house your ResMed S9 CPAP device.
Will I still have the full flexibility that I had with other tubing?
The ClimateLine tube is lightweight and small which increases the flexibility from similar tubes of older models. The end result is that you will receive a more comfortable night's sleep and significantly reduce any mask drag that had caused you any discomfort with CPAP masks in the past.
What's the easiest way to clean my tube and prevent any moisture build up?
We recommend hanging the tube up in a dry area daily, but in order to fully remove any gunk from inside the tube you should look into purchasing a Stainless Stem CPAP Tube Brush (turn into link) that allows you to scrub the inside of your tube with minimal effort, increasing the tubes lifespan and benefiting your health.
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!
HCPCS Code: A7037