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Laminar Flow Head 120 LPS

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Head for TSD57B-MRI
Part #: RX157B

The RX157B is a low flow head for the laminar flow transducer TSD157B-MRI. Multiple RX157B heads help eliminate equipment downtime during cleaning procedures.

Ask about options for 60 LPS and below or 240 LPS or below.

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Part #: RX157B
Categories: Airflow & Gas Analysis - Research, MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Replacement Heads - Research, Airflow and Gas Analysis Accessories - Research

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