New accurate and robust high flow gas pressure regulators
Apr 21 2020 Read 353 Times
ControlAir LLC is pleased to announce the introduction of the Type 1227 and Type 1230 high flow gas pressure regulators to their gas regulator product range.
The Type 1227 and Type 1230 Gas Pressure Regulators are direct-operated, pressure-reducing regulators suitable for use with compressed air, natural gas, or an assortment of other inert gases. These gas pressure regulators help maintain consistent inlet pressure to downstream equipment, allowing for the accurate control of distribution system pressures.
The Type 1227 is available with outlet ranges that span from 5 psi up to 150 psi and can be ordered with a variety of orifice sizes and materials providing application flexibility in the oil and gas industries. The Type 1230 pressure regulator utilises a similar design to the Type 1227 but provides a much broader offering of output pressure ranges and valve disk materials. The Type 1230 is available with output pressures that span from 50 psi to 500 psi making it suitable for use across a vast range of industries and applications, especially those utilising regulators in series for controlled pressure reduction across multiple stages.
The Type 1227 and Type 1230 high flow gas pressure regulators are typically used in low and high pressure systems. These pressure reducing regulators can be used with natural gas, air, or other inert gases for such applications as first-stage farm-tap, regulator-relief valves and high-pressure industrial regulators.
The Type 1227 features body size of 1” or 2” NPT. High-pressure inlet capabilities up to 2000 psig (138 bar) LCC steel and a maximum outlet pressure up to 500 psig (34.5 bar). Wide output ranges span from 5 psig up to 150 psig. Orifice sizes are 3/32", 1/8", 3/16", 1/4", 3/8", and 1/2". The Type 1230 offers body sizes of 1” or 2” NPT. Inlet pressures up to 1500 psig (103 bar) and control pressures up to 500 psig (34.5 bar). Output ranges span from 27 psig up to 500 psig. Orifice sizes are 1/8", 3/16", 1/4", 3/8", and 1/2".
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