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0-3.5 LPM Oxygen Flowmeter - Ohmeda Male Inlet

Products0-3.5 LPM Oxygen Flowmeter - Ohmeda Male Inlet
Company CCR Medical
Item 0-3.5 LPM Oxygen Flowmeter - Ohmeda Male Inlet
Features 
  • Durable, long lasting
  • Chrome plated brass body unless stated otherwise
  • Available in oxygen, carbon dioxide and medical air application
  • Various inlet and outlet connections
  • Optional power take off available
  • 6 year warranty
  • Description 0-3.5 LPM Oxygen Flowmeter with Ohmeda male inlet
    Info CCR Medical
    Customer Service: (888) 883-7331
    Web site: http://www.ccrmed.com

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