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Flow Head for Handheld Pneumotach Transducers

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Flow Head for BIOPAC pneumotachs
Part #: RX117

Sterilizable 22 mm ID/30 mm OD air flow head for older pneumotach transducers TSD117, SS11L, and SS11LA. The material used in the flow head is polycarbonate and the screen is Stainless Steel. This detachable flow head is dishwasher safe.


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Newer pneumotach transducers TSD117A and SS11LB use RX117A-MRI Tiered ID/OD. The Tiered airflow head design allows for direct connection to multiple standard pulmonary ID/OD hoses and components without the need for couplers. Works with standard and -MRI transducers.

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Part #: RX117
Categories: Gas Analysis - Education, Airflow & Gas Analysis - Research
Subcategories: Replacement Heads - Education, Replacement Heads - Research

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To reduce the cost of disposable items, use the RX117 (22 mm ID/30 mm OD) with the AFT8 sterilizable mouthpiece.

Recommended sterilization: cold sterilization (i.e., Cidex®) or autoclave.

  • If autoclaved, RX117 Air Flow Heads should be cleaned at the lowest autoclave temperature setting. The life cycle will be about 10-20 cycles, depending upon temperature used.

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