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30 Series Gas Regulator 50 psi, 2", Helium, Nitrogen, Inert Gas
- Item # 5EFZ6
- Mfr. Model # 35-50-580
- UNSPSC # 40142201
- Catalog Page # 3420
- Shipping Weight 6.15 lbs.
- ItemGas Regulator
- Regulator Supply TypeCylinder
- Gas ServiceHelium, Nitrogen, Inert Gas
- Inlet ConnectionCGA-580
- Outlet ConnectionInert CGA-032 5/8-18 RH Internal
- Regulator CapacityMedium Duty
- Gauges Delivery Pressure60 psi
- Delivery Pressure Range50 psi
- Gauge Size2"
- Supply Pressure Gauge4000 psi
- Max. Inlet Pressure3500 psi
- Body MaterialSolid Brass
- Diaphragm MaterialNeoprene
- ApplicationConstruction, Fabrication, Metal Art/Sculpture, Robotics/Automation, Schools/Training, Welding Projects, Refinery, Petrochemical, Power
- Delivery50 psi
- Overall Length7.5"
- Body Dia.2"
- IncludesSure Seat(TM) Filtered Seat, Nickel-Plated Bonnet, External Relief Valve
- StandardsUL Listed
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