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Synergy 185 UV Ultrapure Water System

Description:...nergy 185 system incorporates a dual-wavelength UV lamp (185 nm and 254 nm) to produce water with low levels of organic contaminants (< 5 ppb TOC when fed by Elix water). Water quality is easily monitored on the system's two-line alphanumeric display and can be viewed as Resistivity (MWcm) or Conductivit...
Company:Millipore

Synergy Ultrapure Water System

Description:...nergy 185 system incorporates a dual-wavelength UV lamp (185 nm and 254 nm) to produce water with low levels of organic contaminants (< 5 ppb TOC when fed by Elix water). Water quality is easily monitored on the system's two-line alphanumeric display and can be viewed as Resistivity (MWcm) or Conductivit...
Company:Millipore

RiOs 16 Reverse Osmosis System

Description:... RiOs systems produce Type III, laboratory-grade pure water at a constant flow rate. Systems are fed directly with potable tap water and combine complementary purification technologies in a compact system design that is easy to operate, reliable, and ...
Company:Millipore

RiOs 8 Reverse Osmosis System

Description:... RiOs systems produce Type III, laboratory-grade pure water at a constant flow rate. Systems are fed directly with potable tap water and combine complementary purification technologies in a compact system design that is easy to operate, reliable, and ...
Company:Millipore

RiOs 5 Reverse Osmosis System

Description:... RiOs systems produce Type III, laboratory-grade pure water at a constant flow rate. Systems are fed directly with potable tap water and combine complementary purification technologies in a compact system design that is easy to operate, reliable, and ...
Company:Millipore

RiOs 3 Reverse Osmosis System

Description:... RiOs systems produce Type III, laboratory-grade pure water at a constant flow rate. Systems are fed directly with potable tap water and combine complementary purification technologies in a compact system design that is easy to operate, reliable, and ...
Company:Millipore

Ritleng Bicanaliculus Intubation

Description:...ducing time and trauma in lacrimal duct intubation. The hollow Ritleng Probe is inserted into the nasolacrimal duct and a thin prolene thread-guide is fed through it. The probe is then withdrawn leaving the polypropylene thread to pull the 300 mm 0.64 mm diam silicone tubing into place. Newly coated with...
Company:FCI Ophthalmics Inc.

Self-Threading MONOKA (Fayet-Bernard Ritleng Type, 4 mm COLLARETTE)

Description:...ducing time and trauma in lacrimal duct intubation. The hollow Ritleng Probe is inserted into the nasolacrimal duct and a thin prolene thread-guide is fed through it. The probe is then withdrawn leaving the polypropylene thread to pull the silicone tubing in place. Canalicular Laceration or Imperforate N...
Company:FCI Ophthalmics Inc.

Self-Threading MONOKA (Fayet-Bernard Ritleng Type, 3 mm COLLARETTE)

Description:...ducing time and trauma in lacrimal duct intubation. The hollow Ritleng Probe is inserted into the nasolacrimal duct and a thin prolene thread-guide is fed through it. The probe is then withdrawn leaving the polypropylene thread to pull the silicone tubing in place. Canalicular Laceration or Imperforate N...
Company:FCI Ophthalmics Inc.

Self-Threading MONOKA (Fayet-Bernard Ritleng Type, PVP coating)

Description:...ducing time and trauma in lacrimal duct intubation. The hollow Ritleng Probe is inserted into the nasolacrimal duct and a thin prolene thread-guide is fed through it. The probe is then withdrawn leaving the polypropylene thread to pull the silicone tubing in place. Newly coated with a thin Polyvinylpyrro...
Company:FCI Ophthalmics Inc.

Freezor Xtra

Description:...cardiac procedures. It can be used in the subxyphoid approach to make lesions on the epicardial surface of the heart. In this procedure, the device is fed through a tiny incision just below the patient's sternum and advanced through an opening in the pericardial sac to reach the target epicardial locatio...
Company:CryoCath Technologies, Inc.
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