Durable, flexible tubing for CPAP therapy
Homecare grade tubing that has been tested in extreme heat to provide you with a durable, flexible tube for your CPAP therapy. This high quality silicone tube was manufactured and tested to ensure that you are purchasing a CPAP tube that will not sacrifice performance during sleep apnea therapy.
Standardized Cuff Sizes
The cuffs on all CPAP tubes, CPAP masks, CPAP machines, and CPAP humidifiers have been standardized by manufacturers at 22 millimeters so any type of tubing will fit on your current mask and machine.
Recommended for CPAP users who use their machine daily. Tubing has been tested in high temperatures and is extremely flexible which will allow you the freedom of movement during CPAP therapy.
Customized Tubing Length Options
Adapting to the CPAP users preference, AG Industries developed various lengths for a personalized experience.
Choose from CPAP tubing lengths of:
- 1.5ft (18 inch) - HC140C
- 4ft (48 inch) - HC142C
- 6ft (72 inch) - HC143C
- 7ft (84 inch) - HC144C
- 8ft (96 inch) - HC145C
- 10ft (120 inch) - HC146C
Universal CPAP Machine & CPAP Mask Compatible Tubing
Made for a universal fit, the AG Industries cuffed tubing will work with all CPAP machines, CPAP masks and other standardized fittings.
- Homecare grade - Light weight and durable for at home CPAP users
- Compatibility - standardized 22 millimeter cuffs guaranteed to work with all CPAP machines and CPAP masks
- Tested for high temperatures - Tested in extreme climates to prove durability
If you decide to purchase the stainless stem tubing brush to help with cleaning your CPAP therapy tube, know that while they are only half the length of your tube (depending on which size brush and tube you purchase), you should clean half first, then clean the other half to make sure you are fully cleaning the whole tube.
What length of CPAP tubing should I choose?
Use a string or tape measure to determine the distance from the nightstand or table where the CPAP machine rests to your sleeping position. Allow for turning over and movement at night by adding a foot or two to this length.
Connecting the Tubing is Easy
Remove your old tubing from the CPAP machine or humidifier and from the connecting elbow on the mask. Firmly insert the CPAP tubing into the air port first and then connect to the mask elbow or short tube. Make sure to check all filters, cushions, headgear, water levels, etc. for replacement.
What does homecare grade mean?
There are three different tubing grades, medical grade which can be sterilized and reused on multiple users, homecare, which is light weight and extremely flexible and recommended for at home CPAP therapy users, and disposable which are intended to be discarded once they are deemed to be expendable after a few uses. Homecare grade tubing should be washed regularly and is intended to be used by one single user, but it is strong and durable for an extended length of life.
Do you have any tools available that will help me clean this tube?
We sell a stainless stem brush in two different lengths, either three and a half feet for your standard six foot tube, or a CPAP tubing brush if you prefer the ten foot tube. Both will help you fully clean your tube from mineral build ups inside the tube and ensure that you are receiving the best possible CPAP therapy.
Will this work with my CPAP machine and mask?
Yes, this tubing is universal fit and works with all standardized CPAP devices.
What size should I order?
This is personal preference, I suggest to measure the distance between bed area and where the device sets.