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Gilibrator 2 Low Flow Cell

Calibration Cells

Three bubble cells are available, for air flow ranges of 1 to 250 cc/min (low flow cell), 20 cc/min to 6 LPM (standard flow cell) and 2 to 30 LPM (high flow cell). These interchangeable wet cells generate perfect bubble films at the touch of a button. An infrared sensor reads the bubble flow rate, which is then calculated and displayed.

Low Flow Cell
Dimensions: 2W x 4H x 2.1"D (51W x 102H x 53mmD)
Weight: 0.4 lbs. (.18 kg)

Sensor and cell assembly only. Includes calibration certificate.


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Buy for: £435.00 (ex VAT)
Buy for: £522.00 (inc VAT)
 

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