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Cal. Syringe, 600 ml

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Cal. Syringe, 600 ml
Part #: AFT6A

Medium pump syringe used for injecting a precise volume of air (600 ml) through airflow assemblies for precise calibration. The AFT6A fits (ridged) 27 mm OD, 30 mm OD, and 15 mm ID.

  • Fits directly to
    • AFT13 (30 mm) filter and mouthpiece
    • AFT23 (27 mm) non-rebreathing T-valve with replacement valves
  • Use coupler AFT11A to connect to
    • SS11LA airflow transducer
    • TSD117 airflow transducer
AFT6A is an update to AFT6.
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Cal. Syringe, 600ml
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Part #: AFT6A
Categories: Gas Analysis - Education, Airflow & Gas Analysis - Research
Subcategories: Calibration - Education, Calibration - Research

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Calibration syringe AFT6 (15 mm ID/22 mm OD) was discontinued in July 2008.

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