"VERIFIED CPAP.COM CUSTOMERThis hose is great! I did not realize the difference that a lighter hose would make. I don't feel that my mask is pulling away when I move around."
April 16, 2013
"VERIFIED CPAP.COM CUSTOMERNew hose is great. I am eager to see how it holds up over time."
April 16, 2013
High performance at a lower cost - the White 6 Foot Performance 19 Tubing with 22mm Easy Grip Cuffs. Compare this product to the Respironics Pure White 6 Foot Performance CPAP/BiPAP 19mmTubing with 22mm Ends.
Manufactured by Romax.
Lighter and more flexible than standard CPAP/BiPAP tubing, the White 6 Foot Performance 19mm Tubing with 22mm Easy Grip Cuffs is a 6 foot, 19mm hose with 22mm rubber ends. It is compatible with nearly all machines using a standard width, non-heated tube.
- Pure White Color: Crisp and clean white has a clear and healthy appearance.
- Light Weight: Mask seal can be disturbed by hose drag, reducing the weight means it is better with lighter mask designs.
- Easy Grip Cuffs: Traditional rubber cuffs, innovative design for easy grip use.
- Smooth Bore Design: No interior ridges to resist air pressure.
- Standard Size: Compatible with any machine from any manufacturer using a standard diameter (22mm), non-heated hose.
PLEASE NOTE: Machines that require a slim line, thin (15 mm) or a proprietary heated tube are not compatible with this hose.
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- What is rainout?
- Rainout is the accumulation of water in a CPAP tube due to warm moist air cooling and condensing on its way from your CPAP machine to your CPAP mask.
The image below from Fisher & Paykel explains how rainout is formed. Warm, moist air leaves the heated humidifier and travels through the CPAP tube. As air flows through the tube, the temperature of the room causes the tube to cool. As the tube cools, the air inside releases its moisture, and creates condensation in the hose.
Solutions to rainout include:
- Raise the temperature of your bedroom.
- Keep your CPAP machine at the same level as your bed.
- Insulate your tubing with a hose cover like Snugglehose.
- Reduce the temperature setting on your heated humidifier.
- Purchase a CPAP machine with a rainout reduction comfort feature.
- Some machine systems offer a compatible heated CPAP hose which maintains the temperature from the machine all the way to the mask, reducing the occurrence of rainout. The list of available heated hoses can be found here: Hoses With Heating Coils.
- If your machines uses a standard hose, consider the Hybernite Heated Rainout Control System.
- Why would I want to insulate my CPAP hose?
- Cool air holds less moisture than warm air. If warm air from a heated humidifier cools while moving through the CPAP hose, water will condense inside the hose rather than travel to the user. The condensation that accumulates inside the CPAP hose is referred to as "rainout."
Insulating the CPAP hose will help maintain the moisture in the airflow all the way to the mask.
Here are some hose insulators we carry:
Insulated Hose Cover
Zippered Tubing Wrap
Tubing Wrap for SlimLine Hoses
- What is a hose cover?
- A hose cover is placed over the hose in order to insulate the hose and to make the hose more comfortable. The simplest and most cost effective way to insulate a CPAP hose is to wrap it in an insulating fabric. This enables the hose to remain flexible and adds little weight.
Companies such as Snugglehose provide a cost effective tubing insulation available in several colors and styles. Not only will the covers reduce or eliminate rainout, they also provide a more personal and less institutionalized appearance. An example of a Snugglehose is shown below.
Here are some hose covers we carry:
Tubing Wrap for AirSense™ 10, AirCurve™ 10, and S9 Series SlimLine™ Tubing
Respironics Insulated Hose Cover
ResMed Zippered Tubing Wrap
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- What is a heated CPAP hose?
A heated CPAP hose contains copper coils embedded in, or wrapped around, the hose. These coils are gently heated to conduct a constant temperature throughout the length of the hose. This enhances the comfort of the therapy and reduces or eliminates rainout caused by the water condensing as it travels through the hose to the mask.
Heated hoses are more expensive alternatives to cloth tubing insulation, but they prevent rainout in nearly all cases. The Hybernite Rainout Control System is a stand alone option that can be used with any machine to prevent rainout and increase delivered humidification.
Some manufacturers have developed heated hoses to work specifically with select machines in their product lines. The ClimateLineAir™ Heated Tube for AirSense™ 10 and AirCurve™ 10 Machines is an example of a heated hose used by the AirSense™ 10 and AirCurve™ 10 Machines.
Here are some heated hoses we carry: