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Cal Gas: 4% CO2, 16% O2

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Cal Gas, CO2, O2, N2
Part #: GASCAL
Use this Calibration Gas Cylinder with BIOPAC Gas Analysis Modules.
Composition: 4% Carbon Dioxide, 16% Oxygen, balance Nitrogen
Cylinder Type: ED
Valve Connection: CGA-973
Accuracy: ±0.03% absolute
Stability Guaranteed: 3 years
Cylinder Pressure: 2200 psig
Gas Volume: 560 liters
Cylinder Recycling: Cylinder Recycling Program available
Compatible Regulator (GASREG) and Regulator Barb Interface (AFT16 or AFT17) available.

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