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Regulator Barb Interface GASSYS3

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Gas Analysis Calibration
Part #: AFT17

Use this Regulator Barb Interface with Luer lock to connect a regulator (such as GASREG) and GASCAL or GASCAL2 calibration gas to inject calibration gases into the RX-GAS3 Calibration Chamber to calibrate the GASSYS3 Gas Analysis System.

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Part #: AFT17
Categories: Gas Analysis - Education, Airflow & Gas Analysis - Research
Subcategories: Accessories - Education, Calibration - Education, Tubing & Couplers - Education, Accessories - Research, Calibration - Research, Tubing & Couplers - Research

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