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Matheson high-purity gas regulator

dual-stage, CGA Inlet size 590, 4-100 psig delivery pressure

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mfr. no.   Matheson 3122-590
measuring range   4-100 psig delivery pressure
CGA Inlet size   590

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For use with non-corrosive gases in applications where maintenance of system purity is critical. Bonnet ported and threaded to pipe gases away from work area.

Regulator selection:
Single-stage
regulators reduce source pressure in a single step and are suited for applications where minor fluctuations in delivery pressure is acceptable, such as high-purity sampling, manufacturing, and purging operations.
Dual-stage regulators reduce source pressure in two steps and are suited for applications that require constant pressure, such as GC instrumentation using PID, HID, or ECD detection methods.

Specifications:
• Nickel-plated brass barstock body and bonnet
• 316 stainless steel diaphragms
• PFA seat (1st stage) TFE seat (2nd stage)/metal to metal seals
• 3,000 psig max. inlet pressure
• Temp. range: -40-165°F
• Outlet diaphragm valve with 1/4 in. compression connection

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Matheson is a trademark of Matheson Tri-Gas, Inc.

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29569-U CGA-590 Gas Cylinder Pressure Regulator, 2-stage high purity, parameter 0-100 psi

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