Reliable pressure control is essential to the safe operation of your fluid systems. At Swagelok, we have the right combination of regulators to fit practically any situation, and our advisors can help you find a configuration that will maintain pressure and minimize droop over a wide range of pressures and flows.
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Types: pressure reducing and vapor recovery; 316L stainless steel construction; 1/2, 1, 1 1/2, and 2 in. end connections; Working pressures up to 232 psig (16.0 bar); Temperatures from –4 to 212°F (–20 to 100°C)
Features: Compact size with flow rates up to 200 std L/min; Maximum inlet pressures up to 500 psig (34.4 bar); Manually adjustable outlet pressure up to 150 psig (10.3 bar); 316L VIM-VAR stainless steel body for ultrahigh-purity applications; 1/4 in. VCR® metal face seal; 1/4 in. tube butt weld; 1.5 in. and 1.125 in. C-seal and W-seal modular surface-mount end connections
Features: Precise pressure control; Tamper-free design; High-purity design; Preset and adjustable dome-loaded models
Features: Pressure-reducing models; Back-pressure models; Spring-, dome-, and air-loaded; 1/4 to 4 in. end connections; Working pressures up to 10 150 psig (700 bar); Temperatures from –4 to 176°F (–20 to 80°C)
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Swagelok offers a variety of different types of regulators for industrial fluid systems, including:
- Back-pressure regulators and pressure-reducing regulators
- Spring-loaded regulators, dome-loaded regulators, and air-loaded regulators
- Vaporizing models
- Gas cylinder changeover models
- Specialty regulators