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Warming Coil replacement
Part #: RXCOIL, RXMOUNT, RXO2FILTER, RXWARMING, RXRESERVOIR

Tissue Bath Accessory options include:

RXCOIL: These warming coils are used to maintain the krebs solution at a constant temperature and interface with our Tissue Bath Stations. The coils are available in the following sizes: 5 ml, 10 ml, 20 ml, or 30 ml. Please specify the size required when you place your order.

RXO2FILTER: Replacement Oxygen Filter (glass) for Tissue Bath Systems. Approximately 32 mm x 5 mm

RXMOUNT: Replacement Mount Accessories Kit. Kit includes tubing, valves and gas flow control device.

RXRESERVOIR: Replacement non jacketed reservoir holds 1000 ml.

RXWARMING: Replacement Warming Reservoir (jacketed) 400ml.

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Replacement Warming Coil
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