Jonny, I need help to put in technical english all this:

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Posted by Riccardo ( on December 20, 2000 at 11:38:17:

Is my idea to resolve the absence of O2 humidifiers in US and GB. This is a home made humidifier (it function!, I have tried it before!).
Could you put (if you understand my english) in plain 'do it yourself' english? We'll repost when it is ready. Thanks brother.

Kip help is welcome too! (oh Kip, this humidifier have to be used before the Kip O2 freezer cooling!

For sore chest, for lungs health....try to build at home an O2 humidifier. You need:

one half pint (or less) glass container (those you buy at the supermarket with vegetables, with a reusable cover. Bigger than the homogenized food for babies, and with the cover with the screw (sp?!?)
Better if more higher than larger.
You make 2 holes in the cover (the diameter of the O2 pipe), then you glue (with silicon paste) one piece of pipe (from tank to cover) and the other one (from cover to mask).
- the pipe from tank to the container cover has to be long as the container, minus 1/2 inch (near to touch the container bottom).
- The pipe from the cover to the mask has to be inserted only for 1/2 inch (anyway ON the max level of water (out of the water)
Put 2 third of water in the container, close firmly (anyway, no risk in not closed firmly....only few O2...) and......enjoy it
When you use it, you'll see the O2 bubbles that exit from the long pipe into the water. This mean that it DOES function
All this will cost you .....the price of a mask with the pipe.

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