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O-ring kit for NIBP100D

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O-ring kit for NIBP100D
Part #: RXNIBP100D-KIT

This O-ring repair kit for the NIBP100D Noninvasive Blood Pressure Monitor (CNAP® Monitor 500) allows the user to replace the O-rings on the main unit, sensor cable, and sensor.

Kit includes

  • 20 O-rings
  • repair tool
  • lubricant
  • instruction guide
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NIBP100D (CNAP 500) O-Ring Kit
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Categories: Amplifiers - Education, Amplifiers - Research
Subcategories: Noninvasive Blood Pressure - Education, Noninvasive Blood Pressure - Research

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The lubricant is a barium base petroleum grease* formulated to facilitate installation and extend the service life of synthetic rubber O-Rings and Seals. The lubricant combines excellent surface adherence characteristics and lubricity with inherent water resistance.For best results, apply a thin film of lubricant to the seal itself, as well as the surfaces over which the seal will travel.

*Sample lubricant option: Parker O-Ring Lube

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