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Smooth Bore Tubing, 1m/35mmID
Part #: AFT7, AFT12, AFT7-L

Smooth bore tubing for breathing circuits.

22 mm ID: AFT12 1.8 m
35 mm ID: AFT7 1 m or AFT7L  3 m

  • Smooth inside surface reduces rain-out and air turbulence
  • Tubing can be stretched by 10%
  • Temperature range: -30ºF to 130ºF
  • Flexible—a sharp bend does not close off airflow
  • Integral end fittings eliminate leaks that may occur around end-fittings glued onto tubing

MRI Use: MR Safe (see Specifications for components)

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Smooth Bore Tubing, 1m/35mmID
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AFT7 and AFT7L 35 mm ID tubing fits TSD107B pneumotach transducer and AFT4 bacterial filter.

AFT12 22 mm ID tubing fits AFT15A and AFT15B mixing chambers.

Check the AFT11 Series Coupler Guide for additional tubing connection options:

AFT11 Series Coupler Guide

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