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Face Mask, Adult, w/T-valve

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Face Mask, Adult, w/T-valve
Part #: AFT25

This adult facemask with integral non-rebreathing T-valve is a high performance, very low dead space, low airflow resistance mask and valve; suitable for high airflow applications (e.g., exercise physiology).

The AFT25 incorporates two gas sampling ports (female Luer) for interfacing with the AFT20 Gas Sampling Kit.

See Support below for AFT25 Cleaning, Sterilization & Maintenance.

MRI Use: MR Safe (see Specifications for components)

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Face Mask, Adult, w/T-valve
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Part #: AFT25
Categories: Gas Analysis - Education, Airflow & Gas Analysis - Research
Subcategories: Masks & T-valves - Education, Masks & T-valves - Research

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