Thin Style 6 Foot BreatheLight Tubing
Thin Style 6 Foot BreatheLight Tubing Overview
The RoMax Thin Style 6 Foot BreatheLight Tubing is a slimmer, lighter and more flexible tubing option. It is compatible with machines which have a 15mm or slimline setting.
The RoMax Thin Style 6 Foot BreatheLight Tubing is a more flexible 15mm hose. It firmly grips both the mask and the machine. The cuff is flexible rubber.
The BreatheLight is compatible with all masks but works especially well with smaller, lightweight options since it is less likely to pull on the mask or break the cushion seal.
This Product Includes...
- Length = 72 inches
- Diameter = 15mm
- Weight = 0.162 lbs (2.592 oz)
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Hose DiametersThe original or 'standard' diameter for a hose used with CPAP therapy is 22mm and can be used with the majority of CPAP, Auto Adjusting and BiLevel or BiPAP machines. Some machines require a 15mm tubing referenced as "Thin" or "SlimLine™" and are designed to work ONLY with a 15mm hose. Other machines allow for the selection of either a 22mm or a 15mm hose. Still other machines use ONLY a heated hose specific to that line of devices and cannot use a non-heated hose of any diameter.
This hose, the Thin Style 6 Foot BreatheLight Tubing, is a small diameter size of 15mm, non-heated hose. It is compatible machines that can use a 15mm hose.
Never use this tube on machines other than a properly configured Resmed S9™, AirSense™ 10, AirCurve™ 10 and AirStart™ 10 series of machines. The device will not provide the prescribed pressure.
I'm much happier with the thin diameter light weight tubing compared to the standard diameter heavier weight tubing.
What can I say about a hose ? It carries the air.
Works as expected. Came fast.
Fit good on machine
The thin hose is fine, its just like the 'normal' one you might have used only a little smaller in diameter. I've only used it with a z1. I notice that while it will have the same pressure as a larger hose, it carries less volume of air making it subject to heavy, deep breaths trying to pull more air through the hose. You get used to it, but you notice. more...
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