Gas regulator PR series

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Max.: 20,000 psi

Min.: 0 psi


 Pressures up to 20,000 psi (1,379 bar)  High flow capacity  Balanced valve design  Use with a variety of liquids or gases DESCRIPTION The NuQuip® Model PR Series is a pressure reducing regulator, which utilizes an air actuator for precise control of high pressures. These regulators have a tapped vent port to allow capture of vented liquid. Two basic models are available: PR1 with dual six inch air actuator pistons, and PR2 with single or double five inch air actuator pistons. The PR1 is slightly larger than PR2, giving it higher flow capacity. Both models can be configured for liquids or gases. APPLICATION The NuQuip® PR Series Regulators are designed to handle high pressures and high flows, for both liquids and gases with working pressures up to 20,000 psi (1,379 bar). They utilize stainless steel components for corrosion resistance and durability. Air actuators can be operated using regular shop air, and allow remote adjustment of regulator output, which is beneficial in automated systems. MATERIALS Body: Stainless steel construction for components contacting media Air Actuator: Aluminum Seals: Variety of materials compatible with working medium CONFIGURATION Port Orientation: Inlet and outlet are in-line Port Styles: NPT, MP, HP (contact Airmo for sizes) NPT = National Pipe Thread MP = Medium-pressure HP = High-pressure Flow Capacity: Maximum Cv = 1.5, depends on model Mounting: Body has four 1/4”-28 tapped holes OPERATING CONDITIONS Maximum Pressure: 20,000 psi (1,379 bar) Temperature: 32º F to 120º F (0º C to 49º C) Services: Liquids or gases Leakage: Bubble tight seal for gas applications


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