Universal CPAP Tubing Hose - 18 inches with Rubber Cuffs

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SKU: TUB0018
MPN: TUB0018
Manufacturer: Sunset Healthcare Solutions

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Universal CPAP Tubing Hose - 18in with Rubber Cuffs

This Product DOES NOT Require a Prescription

Product Description

The 18 inch CPAP tubing hose is typically used with the older style of CPAP and Bi-Level machines that did not have a heated humidifier connected to the machine.  Older style machines used an external (standalone) heated humidifier.  The 18-inch tube connects the CPAP or Bi-Level to the humidifier (most commonly used:  Fisher & Paykel HC150JHUand then a 6ft, 8ft or 10ft tube connects the water chamber to the CPAP mask.

The 18-inch tubing can also be used as an extension to your current standard hose tubing but needs the proper connector between the tubes to properly work.

Special Features

22mm Rubber cuff ends allow for the 18-inch CPAP Tubing Hose to be used with many different brands of CPAP or Bi-Level machines as well as external Heated Humidifiers.

Included in this Package

  • 18in. durable CPAP tubing with cuffs

Optional Accessories

  • Tube Brush Cleaner
  • CPAP Hose Tubing Lift
  • SoClean CPAP Mask and Tubing Sanitizer

Recommended Replacement Schedule

  • Tube Hose: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed)
  • Foam Filters: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed); wash weekly
  • Ultra Fine Filters: Every Month (or as needed)
  • Water Chamber: Every 3-6 Months (or as needed); wash daily
Associated Part Numbers: TUB018, TUB18PL, TUB 018PL, TUB018PL
Condition: New
Insurance Codes: A7037
International Shipping: Yes, Available
Latex Free: Yes
RX Required?: No
Special User Features: Rubber Cuffs for excellent grip of mask and water chamber lid
US Shipping Cost: Free Standard Ground

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4/30/2020 10:41 am

Not Practical For Me

by Dale A -

Not really sure what this product is for. I cant imagine someone actually needing one, I know I dont. At least it is cheap if you want to try it.