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Silverline Series High Purity Gas Regulator 0 to 100 psi, 2", Corrosive Gas
- Item # 3ELA8
- Mfr. Model # 312-85250000
- UNSPSC # 40142201
- Catalog Page # 3421
- Shipping Weight 6.0 lbs.
- ItemHigh Purity Gas Regulator
- Regulator Supply TypeCylinder
- Gas ServiceCorrosive Gas
- Inlet ConnectionCGA-660
- Outlet Connection1/4" FNPT Diaphragm Valve with 1/4" Tube Fitting
- Regulator CapacityHeavy Duty
- Gauges Delivery Pressure0 to 200 psi
- Delivery Pressure Range0 to 100 psi
- Gauge Size2-1/2"
- Supply Pressure Gauge4000 psi
- Max. Inlet Pressure3500 psi
- Body Material316 Stainless Steel Bar Stock
- Diaphragm MaterialStainless Steel
- ApplicationHigh Pressure
- Delivery0 to 100 psi
- Coefficient of Volume0.12
- Overall Length4-3/4"
- Body Dia.2"
- IncludesPTFE(R) Filtered Seat, Nickel-Plated Bonnet
Compliance and Restrictions
- Item # 3ELC3MILLER ELECTRIC
Price $1,334.00 / each
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