DreamStation 2 Heated CPAP Tube


DreamStation 2 Heated CPAP Tubing

This Product DOES NOT Require a Prescription

With the release of the new DreamStation 2, Respironics has designed their lightest CPAP tube to date. The micro-flex tubing is flexible enough to allow you to find your ideal sleeping position without the worry of mask drag. Simply connect the heated end into the heated humidifier of your DreamStation CPAP while the other end connects to your mask.

CPAP Mask Compatibility

The Philips Respironics DreamStation 2 heated tube can be used with any standard CPAP mask no matter the style. The tubing is connected to the mask elbow via an adapter that can be adjusted to fit the precise size of your mask, while the heated end connects to the humidifier.

An added benefit to patients using a Respironics mask, is the ability to remove the quick release connection to snap the CPAP hose directly to the mask elbow. This creates a lighter connection and more efficient way to disburse air pressure while you sleep.

Included in the Package

  • (1) DreamStation 2 Heated Tube

Recommended Replacement Schedule

  • Cushion: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed)
  • Headgear: Every 3-6 Months (or as needed)
  • Mask: Every 9-12 Months (or as needed)
  • Tube Hose: Every 1-3 Months (or as needed)
  • Actual Weight: 6 oz
  • Associated Part Numbers: HT12
  • Condition: New
  • Insurance Codes: A4604
  • International Shipping: Yes
  • Latex Free: Yes
  • Mode of Operation: CPAP or BiPAP
  • RX Required?: No
  • Features: heated, Prevents Rainout

Ratings & Reviews

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6/20/2024 12:00 pm

Great tubing

by Scott -

Have had heated tubing for my CPap and BiPap machines through the years, along with built-in heated humidifier. So much better...warmth and just enough moisture to soothe nasal passages and lungs, making it easier to breathe, especially with full face mask on board. 1800cpap has always made fine products.

6/20/2024 11:55 am

Good tube

by Fatima -

My first CPAP machine did not have a heated tube. Rainouts were common in the winter months. There is nothing like being startled from a deep sleep by water flooding your nose. So when I purchased my second machine a heated tube was a must. I like to keep at least two of these tubes on hand at all times, One in use and the other being cleaned and/or drying. I have not had a single rainout with these tubes. My only wish is that they made this tube in an 8 foot length.