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U-Cup Beveled Lip BCG 19.05 OD 12.7 ID 3.18W EPR
Anesthesia Delivery
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  • Heat resistant up to 150° C (302° F)
  • Cold flexibility down to approximately -57° C (-70° F)
  • Cheap and easy to install
  • Versatile

Product Overview

The U-Cup Beveled Lip BCG 19.05 OD 12.7 ID 3.18W EPR is also known as circular sealing, which is widely used in cylindrical application to prevent leakages. It is used in a place where it is compressed in between two or more surfaces. It is generally made of rubber due to which it returns to its original shape on compression. It is used to prevent the fluid or air from escaping when it is compressed between two surfaces. A common cause of vapor leakage is the absent or damaged seal. These are being used in UL Voluson P8, Aespire 7100, XR Optima XR220amx, Aisys CS2, CS30, ARC Airway Gas Module, ARC Aespire 7100, Aespire 100, ARC Aespire 7900, Aisys, Anesthesia Other, ARC Aisys, 9100c, Avance, ARC Tec 7 Vaporizer, Aespire View, Avance CS2, ARC Aestiva 7100 and ARC Aespire View.

  • Additional Features

    • Excellent flexibility
    • Excellent electrical insulator
    • Good mechanical and electrical properties
    • Resistance to ozone, heat, frost, organic solvents, bases and acids
    • O-rings is used to prevent leakages

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