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Swagelok Regulators

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Turn to Swagelok when controlling pressure is essential to safe, efficient operation at your facility

Types available, design advantages, and access to detailsWe have regulators to fit almost any situation: back-pressure dome-loaded; back-pressure spring-loaded; pressure-reducing dome-loaded; pressure-reducing spring-loaded; high purity; sanitary; and tank-blanketing regulators.

Each pressure regulator is designed to work best within a certain range of conditions. Bump up against one end of the range, and the pressure will build up enough to close off the inlet (aka "lockup"). Go all the way to the other end of the range, and the pressure regulator will be wide open, and is no longer regulating pressure (aka "choke flow").

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Back-Pressure Dome-Loaded Regulators

Control inlet or upstream pressure to protect sensitive equipment from costly damage. Enable dynamic pressure control to provide more consistent upstream pressure as flow demands vary. Maintain control safely with the fixed gas dome by balancing the dome pressure against the force of the inlet pressure. For details, fill the form and check your inbox.

Back-Pressure Spring-Loaded Regulators

Maintain upstream pressure control in analytical or process systems. Protect sensitive equipment from costly damage. Low internal volume. Offered in various styles to adapt to any setting or requirement. For details, fill the form and check your inbox.

Pressure-Reducing Dome-Loaded Regulators

Minimize droop by balancing outlet pressure with dome pressure
Enable dynamic pressure control to provide more consistent downstream pressure as flow demand vary. Maintain control safely by balancing the dome pressure against the force of the outlet pressure. For details, fill the form and check your inbox.

Pressure-Reducing Spring-Loaded Regulators

Reduce downstream pressure and keep it constant, even when inlet pressure or flows fluctuate. Control inlet pressures up to 10 150 psig (700 bar). Minimize droop in conditions with flow and pressure fluctuation. Suitable for gas or liquid and high-purity or high-flow applications. Offered in bottom-mounting, self-venting, tamper-free designs, as well as panel-mounting, convoluted and non-perforated diaphragm, metal or polymer seats, and two-stage configurations. For details, fill the form and check your inbox.

Specialty Pressure Regulators

Designed to fit special applications. Accommodate phase changes with steam-heated and electrically heated gas vaporization models
Switch automatically between two gas sources with the gas cylinder changeover model, easing the burden and downtime associated with manual changeovers. Provide low pressure and high flow of an inert gas to the vapor space of a storage tank with a tank blanketing pressure regulator. For details, fill the form and check your inbox.


Swagelok Regulator Assemblies

Swagelok Northern California’s regulator assemblies provide the most frequently requested configurations for gas bottle or inline service utilizing the KPR-Series pressure reducing regulator (KLF for 0-10 psig control range). Pressure Control Ranges: Gas Bottle: 0 to 50 psig through 0 to 500 psig; Inline: 0 to 10 psig through 0 to 500 psig. For details, fill the form and check your inbox.

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Swagelok Flow Curve Generator

Get a unique flow curve based on a set of user-specified application parameters for Swagelok RHPS series regulators.

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Heated Regulator—KEV Series

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