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steam heated vaporizing pressure reducing regulators

Swagelok® Steam-Heated Vaporizing Pressure-Reducing Regulators

Steam-heated vaporizing regulators are designed to meet unique application needs.

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Steam-heated gas vaporization regulators are designed to accommodate phase changes, such as the heating or vaporizing of gases or liquids before it enters a downstream system.

Swagelok® steam-heated vaporizing pressure-reducing regulators have a low internal volume and can be used to vaporize liquid samples or to preheat gas samples to prevent them from condensing.

Specifications

Maximum Inlet Pressure 3600 psig (248 bar)
Pressure Control Ranges 0 to 10 psig (0.68 bar) through 0 to 500 psig (34.4 bar)
Flow Coefficient (Cv) 0.06 or 0.20
Maximum Steam Pressure and Temperature 650 psig (44.7 bar) and 500°F (260°)
Maximum Operating Temperature 392°F (200°C)

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