Gas pressure regulator M-DR-2
for airfor waterfor fuel

gas pressure regulator
gas pressure regulator
gas pressure regulator
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Clippard M-DR-2 Precision Diaphragm Regulators: When Clippard invented miniature regulators in 1962, the MAR Series became very popular as a simple, robust, and cost-effective regulator in a small package with exceptionally long life. As regulator applications continue to increase, Clippard is meeting the demand with the newest addition to the reputable regulator line. The new M-DR-2 Series provides greater accuracy and repeatability (±7 mbar) while maintaining the same flow and performance characteristics as the MAR regulators in a small, sleek package. Regulators are offered in either relieving or non-relieving versions. The relieving design maintains a constant pressure output even when downstream conditions change, while non-relieving regulators do not automatically compensate for changes in downstream flow or pressure. There is no vent to atmosphere, as in a relieving type regulator, and the output pressure can increase due to a downstream event. • Design for applications where zero air consumption is required (non-bleed) • Special diaphragm seal provides excellent accuracy and repeatability • Excellent corrosion resistance • Relieving and non-relieving designs • Manifold mount option • Features non-rising internal adjustment • ISO 9001:2008 For more information about these regulators or any of Clippard’s 5,000 other pneumatic products, call + or visit Clippard Europe S.A. Louvain-la-Neuve (BELGIUM) +


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