LPR2 Ultra Low Pressure Reducing Regulator | Equilibar

LPR2 Ultra Low Pressure Reducing Regulator

Port Sizes:
1/4"
Max Pressure (Std Body Mat’l)
28 in WC
Body Material (Standard):
cast zinc body with aluminum cap;
Body Material (Optional):
some caps come with polyurethance O-ring
Key Applications:
  • Lowest pressure range available in its class
  • For low-flow or no-flow applications only
  • Extremely sensitive and stable
  • For air and inert gases
Product Description
LPR2 ultra low pressure reducing regulator

LPR2 Ultra Low Pressure Reducing Regulator

The Equilibar LPR2 is a manually adjustable pressure reducing regulator for inert gas or air in applications that are static or require ultra-low flow rates. The LPR2 accepts a 5-30 psig regulated gas supply and regulates the pressure to a reduced value based on the setting on the adjustable hand knob. The LPR2 is a non-relieving regulator. A small bleed to atmosphere orifice may be integrated for applications that do not consume downstream gas.

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LPR2 ultra low pressure reducing regulator

LPR2 Ultra Low Pressure Reducing Regulator

Additional Specs
LPR2 ultra low pressure reducing regulator

LPR2 Ultra Low Pressure Reducing Regulator

Weight:

1.2 lbs (0.54 kg)

Dimensions:

 

 

 

Dimensions in inches
 

 

 

Fitting/Threads:

Standard: NPT

How It Works
LPR2 ultra low pressure reducing regulator

LPR2 Ultra Low Pressure Reducing Regulator

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