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rjh-spokane
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USA
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Posted - Feb 16 2021 :  2:21:46 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I use a valve at the junction of a no-hose canula and my oxygen hose that I use to buy from softhose. Now that they have retired I can't find a source for some more. Does anybody know if someone has continued making these and if so how do I contact them. Thanks

jmrommes
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Posted - Feb 16 2021 :  8:20:12 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
As far as I know softhose is still in business; they were the last I knew which was a couple of weeks ago.

Exercise not only lets me live, it enables me to have a life.
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rjh-spokane
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USA
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Posted - Feb 17 2021 :  04:06:30 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thank you Jean. I did not find it earlier and thought they had sold their stuff to someone else. They sure raised the price of the valves but there is probably more work to make them than we think.

Hope you are not in one of the bad weather areas. Scary when you need to watch you electric power for our concentrators. We're fine here in Spokane Wa., Just a little snow.
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gms
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Posted - Feb 17 2021 :  08:14:03 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You might want to check out some of the Aquarium supply businesses. They have a large selection of valves and connectors that are used to supply air to aquariums and several that I've seen were even calibrated or provided a calibrated output. Many tubing sizes were available and the prices are very reasonable. You might want to get a few of them and see if they will work for you.
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