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How to Set Up a Back-Pressure Regulator in an Analytical Sampling System

by Jeff Hopkins, on 4/18/19 9:00 AM

There are numerous common system design errors that can render a back-pressure regulator useless, simply because the device is misunderstood. System designers may overlook the importance of an upstream flow restrictive device. They may allow too much flow through the analyzer or even place a pressure-reducing regulator in series with a back-pressure regulator with no flow resistance between the two devices. Here’s how to avoid those problems.

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