HC325 Water Chamber for Fisher & Paykel HC100, HC105 and HC150 Humidifiers
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HC325 Water Chamber for Fisher & Paykel HC100, HC105 and HC150 Humidifiers

4.57 Average Rating of 7 Reviews Read Reviews

$14.50
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Description

Each HC325 chamber has two hose ports on the top of the chamber. The HC325 Water Chamber will generally last 3-6 months prior to needing to be replaced.

Capacity To Fill Line: 15.8 fluid ounces (480 ml)

Product Information

  • Manufacturer Fisher & Paykel
  • Part Number(s) HC325
  • HCPCS Code A7046
  • GTIN / UPC Code 09420012416179

Reviews

4.57
Average Rating of
Total 7 Reviews
  • Cpap supplies

    I have an older model c pap machine. Nice to be able to get needed supplies at reasonable prices I hope you always have free shipping .
    Written by Mphobbs, 2017-04-30
  • Great Service

    Product arrived ahead of promised date and was exactly as specified. Will use this supplier again.
    Written by MalcolmB, 2016-12-02
  • HC325

    This is what I needed to replace broken part on unit. Price was good, easy ordering on phone and fast shipping
    Written by GRICH, 2013-06-24
  • Bipap water chamber

    The Bipap water chamber works perfect. However, I have one concern. The bottom plate seems to be made of Aluminum. Aluminum is a concern especially as a cooking agent of releasing Aluminum into foods. I wonder if the same concern is valid with this chamber.
    Written by Len , 2013-06-04
  • HC325 Water Chamber is as expected; so was delivery

    the HC325 Water Chamber is a factory product and was shipped and works as expected. The air filters look fine and the hose brush is untried as yet. I try to rinse out the container and hose each month whether it needs it or not. The brush should help remove what soaking in soapy water misses after a good rinse. After a couple of years the container gets mineral deposits and gets tossed. So far, no grunge. thanks
    Written by Isadore, 2012-12-15
  • HC325 Water Chamber for Fisher & Paykel

    I bought this as a replacement for ones in which the aluminum bases had corroded badly. Although I managed to patch the previous ones for 2 or 3 years, the patches eventually became so extensive the pots were not really usable. Unfortunately, the first new one already has a hole corroded through the base. I will have to start patching sooner than I expected. Water leakage damages furniture and has the potential to create a fire or electrical shock hazard. These pots need to be redesigned to replace the aluminum base with something that lasts longer. My recommendation would be a thermally conductive plastic.
    Written by Steve O., 2012-09-22
  • Water Resevoir

    This is exactly what I needed.
    Written by Sheila Dube, 2012-07-14
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