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30 Series Gas Regulator, 100 psi, 2.000", Oxygen
- Item # 5JPH3
- Mfr. Model # 30-100-540
- UNSPSC # 40142201
- Catalog Page # 3048
- Shipping Weight 2.84 lbs.
- Item Gas Regulator
- Regulator Supply Type Cylinder
- Gas Service Oxygen
- Stages Single
- Series 30
- Inlet Connection CGA-540
- Outlet Connection 9/16"-18 RH B
- Regulator Capacity Medium Duty
- Gauges Delivery Pressure 150 psi
- Delivery Pressure Range 100 psi
- Gauge Size 2"
- Supply Pressure Gauge 4000 psi
- Max. Inlet Pressure 3500 psi
- Body Material Solid Brass
- Diaphragm Material Neoprene
- Application Construction, Fabrication, Field Maintenance and Repair, In-Plant Maintenance and Repair, Manufacturing, Mechanical Contracting, Metal Art/Sculpture, Motorsports (Car, Truck, Bike, Etc.), Pipe Fabrication, Ship/Boat, Welding Projects, Refinery, Petrochemical, Power
- Delivery 100 psi
- Overall Length 4-3/4"
- Body Dia. 2.000"
- Includes Sure Seat(TM) Filtered Seat, Bright Nickel-Plated Bonnet
- Standards UL Listed
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