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Hurricane CPAP Equipment Dryer

The Home Edition Hurricane CPAP Equipment Dryer uses static warm air to dry CPAP parts and accessories in an enclosed cabinet. Set the timer and warm air begins to fill the chamber. As air flows across all surfaces of the wet items, the warm air statically dries CPAP supplies.

Manufactured by Siestamed Technologies, LLC.

Item #HE002:

In Stock

Available to Ship: Tomorrow

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Important Tips

Hurricane Use Tips:

Always shake the cleaned, wet CPAP supplies over a sink or basin to remove any extra water after rinsing. This prevents large amounts of water from pooling in the dryer, possibly causing an over-flow of the water tray and potentially preventing the items from becoming thoroughly dry.

CPAP headgear should be thoroughly squeezed of excess water before placing in the dryer for best results.

Always empty the water tray after each drying cycle of supplies.

Recommendations for Best Drying Results

  • All items placed in the dryer should be disassembled for cleaning and drying.
  • Separate the CPAP humidifier chamber from its base if possible.
  • Separate the CPAP mask cushion or nasal pillows from the mask frame.
  • Headgear can remain attached to the mask frame for drying.
  • Place smaller parts in the bottom portion of the basket with the narrower "basket webbing".
  • Insert just one end of the CPAP hose over the hose-port. There is a notched hole, which must be kept clear to help evacuate excess water in the tubing. If you are drying CPAP hoses with a pressure-line in them, only place the end of the CPAP hose over the hose-port that does not have the pressure line protruding out of the side of the hose end.

Heated Tubing and the Hurricane: Heated tubing / hoses can be dried in the Hurricane Equipment Dryer.

Air Filter Maintenance: Reusable foam filters should be replaced when they deteriorate and begin to fall apart, much as a sponge does. The foam filter should be washed with a mild detergent monthly and should be replaced every 6 months or more if the foam is torn.