S9 ClimateLine MAX Oxy Hose with O2 Port
S9 ClimateLine MAX Oxy Tubing with O2 Port
This Product DOES NOT Require a Prescription
The ClimateLine Max Oxy hose has an oxygen port that is on the rubber cuff end of the tube which connects to the ResMed H5i™ Heated Humidifier. The position of the oxygen tube is important as it allows the additional oxygen that is being added to the CPAP or Bi-Level pressure to be humidified together throughout the tube. This feature will make using a CPAP or Bi-Level with supplemental oxygen a more comfortable experience.
The ClimateLine Max Oxy heated tube provides a consistent level of humidification from the machine to the mask. The consistent temperature helps reduce the chance of "rainout" (condensation build up) from occurring while allowing the user to get higher levels of humidity, hence keeping the airway from drying during use.
There are sensors built into the ResMed S9 Series machines / H5i™ Heated Humidifier that monitor room temperature and humidity that then work with the heated tubing to adjust the humidity while providing it to the user which makes using the CPAP or Bi-Level more tolerable.
Corrugated exterior and smooth interior allow for the tubing to be very flexible and reduce the chances of soap or water being stuck in the tube after cleaning.
Included in this Package
- (1) 6ft ResMed ClimateLine Max Oxy
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
- Condition: New
- Insurance Codes: A4604
- International Shipping: Yes
- Latex Free: Yes
- RX Required?: No
- Length: 6 ft
- Mode of Operation: Heated Tubing
Ratings & Reviews
Very Happy With This Product
by Gary (pittsburg) -
the climate line on this machine is the feature I like the most. It keeps the condensation under control. The machine is great and easy to use. Very quiet. Everyone should have this machine. Won't be disappointed in it.