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Smooth Bore Tubing 22mmID or 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%
  • Flexible—a sharp bend does not close off airflow
  • Lightweight, but durable
  • Low Compliance
  • Integral end fittings eliminate leaks that may occur around end-fittings glued onto tubing
  • Temperature range: -30ºF to 130ºF; -34.4ºC to 54.4ºC
  • Manufactured from quality materials: polyethylene EVA copolymer resists cracking and tearing
  • Cleaning: may be cold-sterilized

MRI Use: MR Safe (see Specifications for components)

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Smooth Bore Tubing, 1m/35mmID
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Categories: Gas Analysis - Education, Airflow & Gas Analysis - Research
Subcategories: Tubing & Couplers - Education, Tubing & Couplers - Research

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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/AFT15B mixing chambers and SDS200 scent delivery module.

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

AFT11 Series Coupler Guide

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