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High Purity Gas Reg, Inert Ar, He, N, CGA580

MILLER-SMITH EQUIPMENT

Price: $394.25 / each

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  • Item # 3CEV5
  • Mfr. Model # 210-4109
  • UNSPSC # 40142201
  • Catalog Page # 3427
  • Shipping Weight 5.9 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemHigh Purity Gas Regulator
  • Regulator Supply TypeCylinder
  • Gas ServiceInert Argon, Helium, Nitrogen
  • StagesSingle
  • Series210
  • Inlet ConnectionCGA-580
  • Outlet Connection1/8" Brass Tube Fitting
  • Regulator CapacityHeavy Duty
  • Gauges Delivery Pressure30" Hg 0 to 30 psig
  • Delivery Pressure Range0 to 15 psi
  • Gauge Size2-1/2"
  • Supply Pressure Gauge4000 psi
  • Max. Inlet Pressure3500 psi
  • Body MaterialBrass
  • Diaphragm MaterialStainless Steel
  • ApplicationInstrument Analysis, Automotive Emissions Testing, Biological Laboratories and Chemical Process Plants
  • Delivery0 to 15 psi
  • Coefficient of Volume0.09
  • Overall Length4-3/4"
  • Body Dia.2"
  • IncludesPlated Body, Bonnet, Gauges, Sure Seat(TM) Filtered Seat
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They both look the same. Is there a regulator with smaller pressure range 0-5 psi?
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A single stage regulator takes the pressure from a gas cylinder and reduces it to your deliver pressure in one step. A two stage regulator will do the same process in two steps. For example, your pressure could go from 2000 psi down to 200 psi in the first stage, then 200 psi to final delivery pressure in the second step. The two stage regulator provides better pressure control and consistency than a single stage.
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The photo shows the output side gage scaled at 0-30 psi, does this product come with an optional 0-15 psi version?
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following: The output gauge will always be rated for at least twice the delivery pressure capability for safety reasons. Therefore, a lower PSI gauge will require a lower PSI delivery pressure.
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