An image of a Vapotherm Precision Flow Hi-VNI unit.

Support Even High Acuity Patients

Unlike common high flow nasal cannula (HFNC), Vapotherm’s high velocity therapy can be used to treat respiratory distress in spontaneously breathing patients. Whether your patients require oxygenation due to underlying diseases like COVID-19, or whether they are acutely hypercapnic, with the Vapotherm Transfer Unit, you can maintain flow, FiO2, and humidification on the go.

a close up image of the Vapotherm Transfer Unit smart manifold

Seamless Work Flow Integration

Smart manifold makes switching from wall to tank sources a breeze. This, combined with hot-swap capability between stationary and mobile units, means patients are ready to transfer in minutes.

A full image of an assembled Vapotherm Transfer Unit complete with air and oxygen tanks.

Power That Lasts

Medical grade mobile power supply lasts up to 60 minutes to provide clinicians with the time they need to transfer patients out of the emergency room, from labor and delivery, or participation in rehabilitation activities.

Vapotherm Transfer Unit

A Complete Solution

Ordered directly from Vapotherm, all components are conveniently bundled and shipped together. No other pieces necessary. Plus, you get support from Vapotherm’s Clinical and Technical teams 24/7 as well as on-demand in-service education.

Product Specifications

Tech Specs

Enables full range of Precision Flow® capabilities

Battery Life: 1 hour. Time spent recharging is equal to time spent discharging

Sample Run Times:


  • Vapotherm Roll stand
  • Gas Manifold
  • E-Tank holster
  • Mobile Power Supply
  • Air E-Cylinder Regulator
  • Air & Oxygen Hoses (3 each)

Note: Precision Flow Unit not included

CAUTION: US Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician. Indications, contraindications, warnings, and instructions for use can be found in the product labelling supplied with each device or at For spontaneously breathing patients. High Velocity Therapy (HVT) does not provide total ventilatory requirements of the patient. It is not a ventilator. Decisions surrounding patient care depend on the physician’s professional judgment in consideration of all available information for the individual case, including escalation of care depending on patient condition.