Diaphragm pressure regulators

June 14, 2012
Miniature diaphragm pressure regulators feature a low-friction pressure-sensing element and a proprietary valve mechanism for regulation in small packages.

Miniature diaphragm pressure regulators feature a low-friction pressure-sensing element and a proprietary valve mechanism for regulation in small packages. An innovative spring system provides a range of outlet pressures while also ensuring the lowest installed height and lowest weight in the industry.

Single (PRD) and two-stage (PRD3/PRD2) models are just over 1 in. in diameter. The singlestage regulator weighs only 25 gm in stainless steel and brass. The two-stage version weighs 66 gm in stainless steel and brass. Aluminum versions for ultralow-weight requirements are also offered.

The regulators accurately reduce inlet pressures as high as 500 psig down to an outlet pressure range of 0 to 30 psig. The regulators are available in 316 stainless steel, 303 stainless steel, brass, and aluminum. For applications with inlet pressures above 500 psi, the PRD3HP three-stage regulator can reduce inlet pressures as high as 3,000 psig down to an outlet pressure range of 0 to 30 psig.

Beswick Engineering Co. Inc.
284 Ocean Rd.
Greenland, NH 03840
(800) 354- 5014

© 2012 Penton Media, Inc.

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