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Cal. Syringe, 3 liter

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Cal. Syringe, 3 liter
Part #: AFT27

The AFT27 3.0 Liter Calibration Syringe is certified to have a volume that meets or exceeds an accuracy of 0.5% of the total displacement volume (3 liters ±0.5%).

This adjustable aluminum calibration syringe is shipped with the volume locked to 3.0 L and BIOPAC templates and software settings are set for 3 L.  The locking collar and graduated rod allow users to select other calibration volumes, from 0.5 Liters to 3.0 Liters. The aluminum syringe has a universal connector and works with BIOPAC’s AFT11D flexible coupler (35 mm OD, 35 mm OD).

(The AFT27 3-L Calibration Syringe replaces the AFT26 2-L Calibration Syringe.)

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