Rat Tooth Alligator Jaw Grasping Forceps

Forceps

Grasping Forceps / Retrieval Baskets

Rat Tooth Alligator Jaw Grasping Forceps

Reusable Olympus Rat Tooth Alligator Jaw grasping forceps combine the features of alligator jaw and rat tooth forceps for optimal grasping. Available in three opening widths, the forceps are compatible with GIF scope models with a minimum channel size of 2.8 mm.

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MODEL FG-42L-1
Working Length: 165 mm
Opening Width: 11.3 mm
Minimum Channel Size: 2.8 mm
Compatible Scopes: GIF
Package: 1 per box
Use: Reusable, autoclavable

MODEL FG-47L-1
Working Length:165 mm
Opening Width: 14.9 mm
Minimum Channel Size: 2.8 mm
Compatible Scopes: GIF
Package: 1 per box
Use: Reusable, autoclavable

MODEL FG-49L-1
Working Length: 165 mm
Opening Width: 19.5 mm
Minimum Channel Size: 2.8 mm
Compatible Scopes: GIF
Package: 1 per box
Use: Reusable, autoclavable

For detailed specifications, view the Endoscopic Devices Product Catalog or please contact customer service for assistance.

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