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LVF Compact Low Dead Volume Back Pressure Regulator

Port Sizes:
1/16"
Typical Pressure Ranges:
0 - 5 psi0 - 10 psi0 - 20 psi0 - 30 psi
0 - 60 psi0 - 100 psi0 - 150 psi0 - 300 psi
0 - 500 psi0 - 750 psi0 - 1000 psi0 - 1500 psi
Body Material (Standard):
Stainless Steel 316/316L
Body Material (Optional):
Hastelloy C276, Custom Materials
Max CV:
0.01
Key Applications:

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Product Description
LVF miniature back pressure regulator

LVF Compact Low Dead Volume Back Pressure Regulator

The LVF Series Back Pressure Regulator is a very compact, low dead volume version of our LF series back pressure regulator. It comes exclusively in 1/16″ size ports, either HPLC (10-32) style threads or HiP AF1 style. The unit has a maximum Cv of 0.01.

For more information, please contact an application engineer.

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LVF Compact Low Dead Volume Back Pressure Regulator

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LVF miniature back pressure regulator

LVF Compact Low Dead Volume Back Pressure Regulator

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LVF miniature back pressure regulator

LVF Compact Low Dead Volume Back Pressure Regulator

Additional Specs
LVF miniature back pressure regulator

LVF Compact Low Dead Volume Back Pressure Regulator

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Dimensions:

Fitting/Threads:

Standard: NPT
Optional: HPLC

How It Works
LVF miniature back pressure regulator

LVF Compact Low Dead Volume Back Pressure Regulator

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