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Product Code: A-845213

Tiger PID Calibration Kit

A complete calibration kit containing: 100 ppm Isobutylene (103L cylinder), regulator, tubing and carry case.  

For use with Tiger LT, Tiger & Tiger Select

 

Please note: Extra shipping charges have been included in the price as this item contains gas and is treated as hazardous goods.    

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