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710-511 Global Industrial Invensys Not Provided Gas Heating Valve - 1/2" Inlet, Hi-Lo Pressure Regulator 1.7" - 3.5" Nat.
710-503 Global Industrial Invensys Not Provided Gas Heating Valve - 1/2" Inlet, 3/8" Outlet, Hi-Lo Pressure Regulator

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  • The Basics of Pressure Regulators
    stage pressure regulators typically do not perform well with large swings in inlet pressure and/or flow rates. Dual Stage Regulator: In cases where the flow rate has large variations or inlet pressures are fluctuating or decaying over time (like with gas tanks/storage cylinders), a two stage
  • Bellows smooth valve moves
    electrodeposited nickel bellows connected by a common orifice. With the turbine shut down, the valve-poppet return spring forces damping oil into the first bellows. On start-up, gas pressure on a diaphragm compresses the first bellows and displaces oil into the second. As the turbine runs, oil constantly
  • MICRO: Ultrapure Gas Delivery - Morgan (September 2000)
    by the process recipe. These subsystems generally consist of several automatic shutoff valves, a pressure regulator, and a mass-flow controller (MFC). A gas stick receives its supply from a "gas room, " which contains the various high-pressure process gases used throughout the facility. These gases
  • MICRO: Characterizing an electrochemical oxygen sensor for process gas monitoring applications
    to commissioning. However, during routine fab operations, an inadvertent error by a process tool operator or the failure of a delivery system component such as a valve or pressure regulator can cause gas contamination, which, if not detected in a timely manner, can result in a significant amount of scrapped
  • Evaluating the use of MEMS-based gas and fluid delivery systems
    and electromechanical counterparts. With recent MEMS innovations, the list of conventional gas and liquid control components that can be replaced with smaller, MEMS-based equivalents includes mass-flow controllers (MFCs), pressure regulators, and positive shutoff valves. It is now possible to replace
  • Using an in-line monitor to obtain real-time moisture measurements (First of two parts)
    , and pressure regulators). Moisture in a gas line can also be an indication that a leak has occurred. Several techniques are useful for detecting moisture in process gases. However, many characteristics of these methods such as bulky instruments, slow measurement speed, and high capital costs limit
  • MICRO:Product Technology News (Oct '99)
    trace residues and overetch sensitively and accurately. (Semicon Southwest, Booth 726) Half the size of conventional diaphragm pressure regulators, HF-series regulators are suitable for use in space-restricted valve manifold boxes, gas interface boxes, and tools. They feature a pressure
  • MICRO:Top 40 (Nov '99)
    ultrasonic transducers and is controlled by a trigger switch, all of which are located on the fog gun. In addition to the gun and battery pack, the unit comes with a remote power supply, battery charger, and case. Designed for gases and liquids, the SPR pressure-reducing regulator is suitable
  • MICRO:Top 40 (Nov '99)
    ultrasonic transducers and is controlled by a trigger switch, all of which are located on the fog gun. In addition to the gun and battery pack, the unit comes with a remote power supply, battery charger, and case. Designed for gases and liquids, the SPR pressure-reducing regulator is suitable
  • Ins and Outs of I/P Transducers (.pdf)
    I/P transducers are versatile instruments that use an electrical control signal to. proportionally regulate gas pressure. The most common application is in valve actuation,. but they can also be used in many other situations. As more processes become automated,. I/P's are being used more and more

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