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Disposable Bacterial Filters

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Disp. Bact. Filter, 22 mm 10/pk
Part #: AFT1, AFT1-250

Disposable bacteriological filters for use with 22 mm breathing circuits, such as BIOPAC pneumotach transducers SS11LA, TSD117, or SS11.

These filters remove airborne bacteria.

Pore size—VFE: 3.1 micron; BFE: 2.8 micron

MRI Use: MR Safe (see Specifications for components)

Disp. Bact. Filter, 22mm 10/pk
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