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ClimateLineAir Oxygen Inlet
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ClimateLineAir Oxygen Inlet
Have the ResMed ClimateLineAir hose

It has a plug where an oxygen inlet "valve" would be

I see the ResMed ClimateLineAir Oxy is a hose with the oxygen inlet already attached

Can you purchase this inlet separate and install on regular hose simply by prying off plug and installing the inlet?
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RE: ClimateLineAir Oxygen Inlet
I've not heard of any doing that.
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RE: ClimateLineAir Oxygen Inlet
I did a search and found everything but the oxygen inlet valve for the ClimateLine. I did come across this Resmed accessory catalog. I didn't realize they made all this stuff.

https://www.resmed.com/us/dam/documents/...nz_eng.pdf
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RE: ClimateLineAir Oxygen Inlet
This is a separate part. The ClimateLine tube and ClimateLineAir Oxy are two different products. If you need the supplemental oxygen, it should be covered. Otherwise it's not a lot more expensive than the ClimateLine tube without oxygen bleed adapter.
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RE: ClimateLineAir Oxygen Inlet
[commercial link removed] Search amazon for "Oxygen Enrichment Adapter"
$7.99 for 2. it's what I use between the end of the hose and the short mask extension. is a standard fitting. The oxygen port swivels




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RE: ClimateLineAir Oxygen Inlet
An image of the oxygen bleed adapter as well as alternatives is shown in the Oxygen Bleed for CPAP wiki http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php..._with_CPAP
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