Sensitive Regulator From Circle Seal Assures Accuracy For Corrosive Or Ultra-Pure Fluids

A highly sensitive pressure reducing regulator from Circle Seal, called the PVR Series, is said by the manufacturer to be ideal for corrosive or ultra pure fluids. Its design, featuring a large diaphragm and small seat, provides performance equal to constant bleed type regulators.

Made with a rigid PVC body, Teflon diaphragm, Kel-F seat with synthetic sapphire ball, and 316 stainless steel or Monel trim, the PVR regulator provides outstanding corrosion resistance.

Five pressure ranges are available to assure sensitive, accurate control of outlet pressures: from 2 inches to 18 inches of water, 0 to 6 psi, 0 to 20 psi, 0 to 40 psi and 0 to 60 psi. Inlet pressures are to 3,000 psi. It can also be supplied for back pressure regulation for inlet pressures to 60 psi. Flow capacity is Cv = .001; ESEOD = .025 inch. Withstands temperatures from 0 F. to + 125 F. One-quarter-inch female pipe ports.

Panel mounting is optional.

These sensitive and accurate regulators are ideally suited for use in chromatography, process stream sampling, bubbling operations, calorimetry, instrument calibration and in research laboratories where systems require a high degree of sensitive pressure control.

For more information and free literature from Circle Seal Controls, Circle 78 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 84,  Jun 1988 California

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