Please go to our Regulator Reference Guide in our Catalog or call our facility for recommendations. You can select between Single and Dual Stage and Brass and Stainless Steel Models.
FAQ Specialty Gas
Common High Purity Regulator Questions
General Purpose Gas regulators are best suited to applications involving gases that are less than 99.995% purity levels. These products should not be used in applications where there is a concern for Moisture, air, or hydrocarbon contamination to the gases under control.
High Purity gas regulators are best suited to applications involving gases that are greater than 99.995% purity levels. These products are generally used in analytical and research laboratories.
Factors which determine the selection of a regulator are:
1) inlet pressure to the regulator
2) outlet pressure which the regulator must maintain
3) the required capacity of the regulator in slpm or scfh
4) type of gas, eg. Helium, Nitrogen
Regulators frequently include safety options. The most common of these include:
- PRV’s or Pressure Relief Valves which are used to shut down the gas supply if outlet pressure exceeds a predetermined value.
Warranty & Repair Questions
Yes. We charge a nominal fee for repair but also sell repair kits as well.
The warranty on the specialty gas regulators are one year.
Other Common Questions
Yes. We routinely work with Architects, Mechanical, Piping and Plumbing Engineers, to provide products that meet the need. We offer submittal drawings upon request.
We offer one, two and three cylinder gas cabinets for storage or system integration with gas panels or gas cabinets. Please consult with our factory and we can design a system that best suits your need.
A purge assembly is recommended for use with toxic, corrosive or flammable gases. The cross purge ensures safety when working with these gases and also protects the system from atmospheric contamination.