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Gas Sampling Interface Kit

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Gas Sampling Interface Kit
Part #: AFT20

Use this gas sampling interface kit to connect the CO2100C or O2100C module with a variety of airflow breathing circuits. Use with the AFT25 facemask, AFT15A or AFT15B mixing chambers, and AFT21 or AFT22 non-rebreathing T valves. Interface the gas analysis modules with the TSD107B or TSD117 Airflow Transducer breathing circuits.

Use one AFT20 kit for each gas analysis module connected.

The AFT20 delay is 2.5 seconds, based on 1.5 mm ID tubing at 1.8 meters and assuming 100 ml/min module gas sampling flow rate; this also accounts for the 0.6 seconds added by internal module tubing and 30 cm of Nafion.

MRI Use: MR Safe (see Specifications for components)

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Part #: AFT20
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The Nafion® tubing should be replaced when tubing becomes discolored. See RX-AFT20-NAFION for 10-pack of drying tubes.

The Hydrophobic Filter (17 mm, 0.45 Micron; Acrylic, PTFE) typically provides ~30 days of steady use. See RX-AFT20-FILTER for 10-pack of filters.

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