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Calibration Chamber for GASSYS3

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CO2 and O2 Gas Analysis System
Part #: RX-GAS3

This is a short chamber that is used when performing calibration of the GASSYS3 Gas Analysis module. The large chamber and rod are replaced with a shorter chamber and rod. Using the included stopper on the inlet of the GASSYS3, calibration gases may then be injected into the calibration chamber using the AFT17 + GASREG + GASCAL/GASCAL2. After calibration, the larger chamber is used.

The stopper includes a standard female Luer lock connector to interface to other equipment as well.

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Part #: RX-GAS3
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