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Regulator Barb Interface Kit

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Gas Analysis Calibration
Part #: AFT16

Use the Regulator Barb Interface Kit to interface the GASCAL+GASREG calibration gas combination to an AFT15 mixing chamber to calibrate the CO2100C carbon dioxide measurement and O2100C oxygen measurement amplifier modules.

Kit includes 2 meters of tubing that connect to the GASREG and mixing chamber along with two stoppers to seal the inlet and outlet ports of the mixing chamber.

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Part #: AFT16
Categories: Airflow & Gas Analysis - Research
Subcategories: Accessories - Research, Calibration - Research, Tubing & Couplers - Research

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Qty: 2
Type: solid
Material: Rubber
Shape: Tapered Round
Fits ID: large End 1 1/4″ or small end 1 1/32″
Height 1″
Durometer: 40A
Max temp: 200° F
RoHS: Compliant

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