Miniature Restrictor

March 23, 2000
The IMH Orifice miniature restrictor from The Lee Co.

The IMH Orifice miniature restrictor from The Lee Co., Westbrook, Conn., comes in 31 standard flow rates. It uses an expansion principle reported to make installation easy and economical, provide retention, and create a leaktight seal. Constructed of stainless steel, the restrictor has bidirectional flow capability and a maximum working pressure differential of 3,000 psi.

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