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- ItemCalibration Gas
- Gas NameAir
- Gas MixtureZero Air
- Background GasAir
- Cylinder Capacity17L
- Cylinder MaterialSteel
- For Use WithMultigas Monitors
- Connection Size600
- Max. Pressure240 psi
- Cylinder Dia.3"
- Cylinder Height10-3/4"
- Calibration CertificateNIST
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Hazardous material - Non-Flammable Gas
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below?.. Just looking for a small gas cylinder to cal. my tester that I don't know anything about. Thanks. Jim
The ideal calibration gas to be used with the analyzer contains the following concentrations of gas: Propane - 1,200 PPM, CO - 4.0%, CO2 - 12.0%, NOx - 1000 PPM. Other concentrations of gas can be used, ( but be sure the NOx concentration is above 500 ppm and less than 3000 ppm.)
Grainger does not offer a standard calibration gas with the make-up desired, but custom blends are available.
If you are interested in a quotation on a custom blended calibration gas, please contact 1-800-GRAINGER.
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