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May 2, 2012
Manufactured by Plastiflex Healthcare.
The UltraLite Max 6 Foot Performance CPAP/BiPAP Tubing with Stability Ends is compatible with CPAP, APAP and BiPAP machines that use a standard 22mm diameter tube. It is designed to enhance CPAP therapy and be as unobtrusive as possible. The UltraLite Max is made of a lightweight and flexible material to reduce mask drag that can disrupt the seal and interrupt sleep.
Features of the UltraLite include:
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, UltraLite Max 6 Foot Performance CPAP/BiPAP Tubing with Stability Ends, is a standard diameter size, non-heated hose. It is compatible with machines that can use a 22mm hose. It is not compatible with a machine that can use only a 15mm hose or only a heated hose.Other Notes
The UltraLite Max hose fits snugly on hose ports or humidifier connections. There was a report that the UltraLite Max hose fit loosely on the humidifier used with the Zzz-PAP CPAP and APAP Machine and seemed to be based in an individual unit.
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