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Harris
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Engweld
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Engweld
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£520.00
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Harris
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Engweld
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Engweld
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Harris
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High Pressure Gas Regulators

Our range of gas regulators includes high pressure regulators which have been specifically designed to ensure high gas delivery rates. They are primarily used in applications where high heat output is essential, and the high flow of combustible gas gives a much hotter burn. 

High pressure gas regulators can be either single or dual stage, and our range includes models with a working pressure range of between 600 PSI all the way up to 1500 PSI.

As these high pressure gas regulators operate at very high pressures, they have been designed with a strong and rugged appearance which ensures a long working life, even in high pressure environments. 

What should you consider when buying a high pressure gas regulator?

Flow rate 

While many high pressure gas regulators have fixed, specific flow rates, others are able to operate within a set flow rate range. All pressure regulators have outlet ranges such as 0-1.5 bar, 0-3.5 bar or 0-10 bar, so be sure to select a regulator that fits your application and requirements.

Connectors 

Inlet/Outlet - While the gas type, or gas mix, will determine what style of valve is on the cylinder, you must make sure that the inlet connector on your high pressure regulator matches the valve on the gas cylinder. 

Single Stage v Dual Stage  

The outlet pressure of a gas cylinder has an inverse relationship to the outlet pressure in that the outlet pressure increases as the volume of gas within the cylinder decreases. If a constant outlet pressure is required, then a dual stage regulator may be needed to maintain the pressure at the selected valve by correcting for the increase in outlet pressure. 

Whereas a single stage regulator would be suitable for applications where an increase in outlet pressure is not important. 

As ever, if you have any questions or if you are unsure as to which high pressure gas regulator is best suited for your particular application please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

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