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Calibration Kit for GASSYS3

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CO2 and O2 Gas Analysis System
Part #: GASKIT3

This gas and airflow calibration kit works with the GASSYSTEM3 Gas Analysis System. It includes hardware interface items; it does not include gas cylinder(s) or regulator.

This calibration kit includes:

  • Syringe and Coupler: AFT27 + AFT11D
  • Calibration Chamber for GASSYS3: RX-GAS3
  • Regulator Barb Interface/tubing to connect a regulator to the calibration chamber: AFT17

See also: GASCAL (4% CO2, 16% O2 ), GASCAL2 (8% CO2, 21% O2 ), GASREG regulator

 

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Part #: GASKIT3
Categories: Gas Analysis - Education, Airflow & Gas Analysis - Research
Subcategories: Gas Analysis Modules - Education, Accessories - Education, Calibration - Education, Accessories - Research, Calibration - Research

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