Philips DreamStation 2 Humidifier Water Tank with Lid

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If you are struggling with a sore throat, dry mouth, or irritated nasal passages during your CPAP therapy, Philips Respironics has the solution. 

CPAP humidification solves those exact issues. Phillips Respironics DreamStation 2 Humidifier Water Tank with Lid accommodates all DreamStation 2 CPAP and BiPAP machines with heated humidification. Investing in effective humidification solutions for your CPAP therapy is critical to obtaining successful and comfortable treatment. Without humidification, you are likely to continue suffering irritation and inflammation with your sleep apnea treatment. 

What’s Included?

  • Clear tank with seal
  • Dark gray lid
  • Humidifier not included

The DreamStation 2 Auto CPAP Advanced comes with a humidifier.

Cleaning and Maintaining Your CPAP Water Tank

Great news: This CPAP water chamber is dishwasher safe on the top rack only. This feature makes your cleaning process one step easier! 

Cleaning Options

Your chamber should be cleaned daily by hand or weekly in the dishwasher. If you wash your tank by hand, use warm water and mild detergent. Once cleaned, let your water tank air dry out of direct sunlight and heat. Ensure your water chamber is entirely dry before reattaching it to your CPAP machine.  

If you notice discoloration in your water tank, follow this cleaning protocol:

  • Make a solution of one part vinegar to ten parts water.
  • Fill the water chamber to its maximum level with the solution. 
  • Let the solution sit for ten minutes.
  • After ten minutes, dump the solution and rinse your tank with clean water.


You must replace your water chamber every six months. In addition, you should inspect your water chamber weekly to ensure that wear or deterioration hasn’t occurred. If you find any dents or cracks or the tank has become cloudy, you should replace the tank immediately. 

Using distilled water in your CPAP water tank will prolong the life of your chamber because of the lack of minerals in distilled water, decreasing mineral buildup. 

Do not use tap water because of the minerals and chemicals present. Filtered water is also not recommended because of the minerals it contains.