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Matheson Monel® corrosive gas regulator with cross-purge assembly

CGA Inlet size 660, 1-50 psig delivery pressure

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mfr. no.   Matheson 3219-660/4775
measuring range   1-50 psig delivery pressure
CGA Inlet size   660

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For use with Cl2 and oxidizers.

The combination of Monel regulator components and proper purging with the cross-purge assembly makes these units virtually impervious to attack from strong acid forming gases that include hydrogen chloride, chlorine, hydrogen fluoride, hydrogen bromide and silicon tetrafluoride. Cross-purge assembly eliminates the escape of toxic and flammable gases when changing cylinders and permits purging system with dry, inert gas to prevent corrosion due to gas hydrolysis.
Specifications:
• Single-stage
• Monel body, diaphragm, and gauges
• KEL-F® seats
• 3,000 psig max. inlet pressure
• Temp. range: -20 to150 °F
• Outlet Monel needle valve with 1/4 in. NPTM connection

Request Technical Information Bulletin No. AL-202 for cross-purge techniques.

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

Monel is a registered trademark of Huntington Alloys Corp.

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