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Air Flow Head – Tiered

Keep multiple flow heads to help eliminate equipment downtime during cleaning procedures

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Airflow Head for TSD117A, TSD117A-MRI, SS11LB
Part #: RX117A-MRI
The RX117A-MRI is a sterilizable air flow head for use with BIOPAC pneumotachs—fits standard (TSD117, SS11LB) and -MRI (TSD117A-MRI) transducers. The tiered head design allows for direct connection to multiple standard pulmonary ID/OD hoses and components without the need for couplers.

The material used in the flow head is polycarbonate and the screen is Stainless Steel. This detachable flow head is dishwasher safe.

Keep multiple RX117A-MRI heads to help eliminate equipment downtime during cleaning procedures.

MRI Use: Conditional to 3T

Condition: The RX117A-MRI head is used with the TSD117A-MRI transducer outside the bore in the MRI Chamber Room and AFT7-L tubing is connected to reach the subject. Conditional to 3T. See Specifications for components.

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To reduce the cost of disposable items, use the RX117A-MRI (22 mm ID/30 mm OD) with the AFT8 sterilizable mouthpiece.

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

  • If autoclaved, RX117A-MRI Air Flow Head 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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