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Tubing with Luer Locks

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Tubing and M/F Luer Locks: 1.5 mm, 1.8 m
Part #: AFT30, AFT30-L, AFT30-XL

Use this 1.5 mm tubing with male and female Luer locks to interface with the RX110 self-inflating pressure pad or gas sampling ports on AFT15 mixing chambers, CO2100C module, or O2100C module.

Length options include 1.8 m (AFT30) , 4 m (AFT30-L) and 10 m (AFT30-XL, for MRI use).

MRI Use: MR Safe (see Specifications for components)

Tubing+ M/F Luer Locks: 1.5 mm, 4 m
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