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        Electrostatic spirometry filter for Peak Flow Meter

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        GVS electrostatic spirometry Filters play a key role in order to essentially eliminate any potential risk of cross-infection during pulmonary function tests.

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        Properties

        Spirometry is the most common of the lung function tests, measuring lung function, in patricular the amount (volume9 and/or speed (flow) of air that can be inhaled and exhaled

        GVS provides Filters for Lung Function Testing (Spiroguard) with proven filtration of 99,9999% up to 0,027 micron.

        The filter media has hydrophobis properties to minimise droplet contamination, as well as providing a low resistance and low dead space to improve the validity and consistency of respiratory testing results to minimise rebreathing.

        Characteristics

        Filter media
        electrostatic.
        BFE
        99,999%.
        VFE
        99,999%.
        Effective Filtration Area
        60 cm².

        Applications

        • Lung function test

        Product Variants

        Multiple versions of Electrostatic spirometry filter for Peak Flow Meter are available.

        Product Variants

        1 available result

        1. 2800/17BAUF
          Electrostatic Spirometry Filter for Peak Flow Meter
          Dead Space
          75 ml
          Filtration efficiency (%)
          BFE 99.9999%*; VFE 99.9999%*
          Resistance @ 720 LPM
          70 pa
          Box quantity
          50
          Dimension
          h. 96.7 mm; w. 84.65 mm
          Filtration efficiency
          BFE 99.9999%*; VFE 99.9999%*
          Materials of construction
          Filter media: Electrostatic; Housing: Polypropylene
          Notes
          The incidence of tuberculosis is on the increase, although diagnosis may only come after a series of tests. The highly infectious nature of TB require protection for staff and other patients during this process. Preventing contamination of Peak Flow meters is an important step in reducing the risk of cross-infection
          Weight (g)
          45

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