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Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, No Inlet, Delivery Pressure Range 0-15 PSIG, SEQ3531ANI
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Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3531ANI, No Inlet A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. This regulator is not equipped with a CGA-Inlet connection. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types and associated inlets, then browse our CGA-Inlet section to tailor your regulator to your application's needs. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 650 SCFH (305 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-15 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-30 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3531A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 15 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3531A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109537



Price: $1,679.25



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Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-320, Delivery Pressure Range 0-15 PSIG, SEQ3531A320
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Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3531A, CGA-320 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-320 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 650 SCFH (305 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-15 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-30 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3531A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 15 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3531A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109254



Price: $1,744.10



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Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-326, Delivery Pressure Range 0-15 PSIG, SEQ3531A326
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Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3531A, CGA-326 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-326 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 650 SCFH (305 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-15 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-30 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3531A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 15 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3531A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109255



Price: $1,744.10



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Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-350, Delivery Pressure Range 0-15 PSIG, SEQ3531A350
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Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3531A, CGA-350 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-350 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 650 SCFH (305 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-15 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-30 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3531A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 15 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety chromatorgraphy applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3531A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109256



Price: $1,744.10



Currency: US Dollar (USD)

Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-510, Delivery Pressure Range 0-15 PSIG, SEQ3531A510
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Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3531A, CGA-510 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-510 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 650 SCFH (305 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-15 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-30 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is Matheson a Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3531A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 15 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3531A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109257



Price: $1,744.10



Currency: US Dollar (USD)

Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-540, Delivery Pressure Range 0-15 PSIG, SEQ3531A540
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Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3531A, CGA-540 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-540 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 650 SCFH (305 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-15 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-30 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3531A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 15 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3531A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

Condition: New



Part Number: P109258



Price: $1,744.10



Currency: US Dollar (USD)

Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-580, Delivery Pressure Range 0-15 PSIG, SEQ3531A580
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Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3531A, CGA-580 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-580 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 650 SCFH (305 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-15 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-30 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3531A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 15 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3531A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

Condition: New



Part Number: P109259



Price: $1,744.10



Currency: US Dollar (USD)

Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-590, Delivery Pressure Range 0-15 PSIG, SEQ3531A590
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Matheson Model 3531A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3531A, CGA-590 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-590 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 650 SCFH (305 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-15 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-30 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3531A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 15 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3531A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109260



Price: $1,744.10



Currency: US Dollar (USD)

Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, No Inlet, Delivery Pressure Range 0-250 PSIG, SEQ3536A
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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3536ANI, No Inlet A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. This regulator is not equipped with a CGA-Inlet connection. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types and associated inlets, then browse our CGA-Inlet section to tailor your regulator to your application's needs. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 3000 SCFH (1410 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-250 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-400 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3536A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 250 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3536A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109538



Price: $1,560.04



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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-320, Delivery Pressure Range 0-250 PSIG, SEQ3536A320
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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3536A, CGA-320 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-320 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 3000 SCFH (1410 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-250 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-400 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3536A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 250 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3536A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109261



Price: $1,631.75



Currency: US Dollar (USD)

Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-326, Delivery Pressure Range 0-250 PSIG, SEQ3536A326
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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3536A, CGA-326 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-326 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 3000 SCFH (1410 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2)M Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-250 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-400 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3536A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 250 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety chromatorgraphy applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3536A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-350, Delivery Pressure Range 0-250 PSIG, SEQ3536A350
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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3536A, CGA-350 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-350 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 3000 SCFH (1410 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-250 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-400 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3536A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 250 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3536A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-510, Delivery Pressure Range 0-250 PSIG, SEQ3536A510
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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3536A, CGA-510 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-510 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 3000 SCFH (1410 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-250 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-400 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3536A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 250 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety chromatorgraphy applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3536A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109265



Price: $1,631.75



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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-540, Delivery Pressure Range 0-250 PSIG, SEQ3536A540
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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3536A, CGA-540 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-540 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 3000 SCFH (1410 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-250 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-400 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3536A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 250 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3536A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109266



Price: $1,631.75



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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-580, Delivery Pressure Range 0-250 PSIG, SEQ3536A580
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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3536A, CGA-580 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-580 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 3000 SCFH (1410 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-250 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-400 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3536A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 250 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety chromatorgraphy applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3536A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109267



Price: $1,631.75



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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-590, Delivery Pressure Range 0-250 PSIG, SEQ3536A590
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Matheson Model 3536A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3536A, CGA-590 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-590 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 3000 SCFH (1410 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-250 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-400 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3536A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 250 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3536A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109268



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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, No Inlet, Delivery Pressure Range 0-50 PSIG, SEQ3537ANI
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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3537ANI, No Inlet A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. This regulator is not equipped with a CGA-Inlet connection. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types and associated inlets, then browse our CGA-Inlet section to tailor your regulator to your application's needs. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 1100 SCFH (517 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-50 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-100 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3537A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 50 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3537A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109539



Price: $1,512.77



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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-320, Delivery Pressure Range 0-50 PSIG, SEQ3537A320
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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3537A, CGA-320 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-320 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 1100 SCFH (517 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-50 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-100 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3537A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 50 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3537A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109269



Price: $1,578.25



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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-326, Delivery Pressure Range 0-50 PSIG, SEQ3537A326
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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3537A, CGA-326 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-326 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 1100 SCFH (517 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-50 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-100 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3537A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 50 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3537A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109270



Price: $1,578.25



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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-350, Delivery Pressure Range 0-50 PSIG, SEQ3537A350
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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3537A, CGA-350 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-350 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 1100 SCFH (517 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-50 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-100 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3537A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 50 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3537A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109271



Price: $1,578.25



Currency: US Dollar (USD)

Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-510, Delivery Pressure Range 0-50 PSIG, SEQ3537A510
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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3537A, CGA-510 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-510 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 1100 SCFH (517 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-50 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-100 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3537A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 50 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3537A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-540, Delivery Pressure Range 0-50 PSIG, SEQ3537A540
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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3537A, CGA-540 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-540 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 1100 SCFH (517 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-50 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-100 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3537A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 50 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3537A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-580, Delivery Pressure Range 0-50 PSIG, SEQ3537A580
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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3537A, CGA-580 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-580 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 1100 SCFH (517 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-50 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-100 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3537A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 50 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3537A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-590, Delivery Pressure Range 0-50 PSIG, SEQ3537A590
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Matheson Model 3537A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3537A, CGA-590 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-590 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 1100 SCFH (517 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-50 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-100 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3537A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 50 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3537A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, No Inlet, Delivery Pressure Range 0-500 PSIG, SEQ3538ANI
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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3538ANI, No Inlet A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. This regulator is not equipped with a CGA-Inlet connection. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types and associated inlets, then browse our CGA-Inlet section to tailor your regulator to your application's needs. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 4500 SCFH (2115 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-500 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-1000 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3538A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 500 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3538A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-320, Delivery Pressure Range 0-500 PSIG, SEQ3538A320
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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3538A, CGA-320 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-320 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 4500 SCFH (2115 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-500 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-1000 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3538A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 500 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3538A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-326, Delivery Pressure Range 0-500 PSIG, SEQ3538A326
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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3538A, CGA-326 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-326 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 4500 SCFH (2115 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-500 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-1000 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3538A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 500 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3538A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109277



Price: $1,744.10



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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-350, Delivery Pressure Range 0-500 PSIG, SEQ3538A350
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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3538A, CGA-350 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-350 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 4500 SCFH (2115 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-500 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-1000 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3538A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 500 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3538A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109278



Price: $1,744.10



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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-510, Delivery Pressure Range 0-500 PSIG, SEQ3538A510
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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3538A, CGA-510 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-510 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 4500 SCFH (2115 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-500 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-1000 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3538A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 500 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3538A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109279



Price: $1,744.10



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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-540, Delivery Pressure Range 0-500 PSIG, SEQ3538A540
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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3538A, CGA-540 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-540 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 4500 SCFH (2115 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-500 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-1000 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3538A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 500 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3538A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109280



Price: $1,744.10



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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-580, Delivery Pressure Range 0-500 PSIG, SEQ3538A580
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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3538A, CGA-580 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-580 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 4500 SCFH (2115 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-500 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-1000 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3538A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 500 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3538A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-590, Delivery Pressure Range 0-500 PSIG, SEQ3538A590
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Matheson Model 3538A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3538A, CGA-590 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-590 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 4500 SCFH (2115 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-500 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: 0-1000 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3538A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 500 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3538A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, No Inlet, Delivery Pressure Range 0-125 PSIG, SEQ3539ANI
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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3539ANI, No Inlet A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. This regulator is not equipped with a CGA-Inlet connection. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types and associated inlets, then browse our CGA-Inlet section to tailor your regulator to your application's needs. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 2400 SCFH (1128 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-125 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-200 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3539A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 125 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3539A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-320, Delivery Pressure Range 0-125 PSIG, SEQ3539A320
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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3539A, CGA-320 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-320 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 2400 SCFH (1128 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-125 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-200 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3539A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 125 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3539A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-326, Delivery Pressure Range 0-125 PSIG, SEQ3539A326
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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3539A, CGA-326 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-326 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 2400 SCFH (1128 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-125 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-200 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3539A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 125 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3539A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-350, Delivery Pressure Range 0-125 PSIG, SEQ3539A350
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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3539A, CGA-350 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-350 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 2400 SCFH (1128 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-125 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-200 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3539A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 125 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3539A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-510, Delivery Pressure Range 0-125 PSIG, SEQ3539A510
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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3539A, CGA-510 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-510 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 2400 SCFH (1128 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-125 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-200 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3539A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 125 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3539A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-540, Delivery Pressure Range 0-125 PSIG, SEQ3539A540
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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3539A, CGA-540 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-540 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 2400 SCFH (1128 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-125 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-200 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3539A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 125 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3539A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-580, Delivery Pressure Range 0-125 PSIG, SEQ3539A580
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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3539A, CGA-580 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-580 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 2400 SCFH (1128 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-125 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-200 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3539A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 125 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3539A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator, CGA-590, Delivery Pressure Range 0-125 PSIG, SEQ3539A590
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Matheson Model 3539A Single Stage High Purity Chrome Plated Brass Regulator SEQ3539A, CGA-590 A CGA fitting is the standardized system for the attachment of a compressed gas cylinder to the required regulator or transfer line. The three digit number, CGA (XXX), corresponds to specific gasses which that fitting is tailored for. See CGA Connection Chart.pdf in the downloads section for specific gas types compatible with this Nickel Plated Brass CGA-590 fitting. Regulator Specifications Maximum Inlet Pressure: 3000 psig (20,700 kPa) Maximum Flow Rate: 2400 SCFH (1128 SLPM)(At 2000 psig, N2) Flow Capacity (Cv): 0.08 Operating Temperature: -15°F to 140°F (-26°C to 60°C) Porting (Regulator Body): 1/4” NPT Female Porting Configuration: 3 High, 3 Low Delivery Pressure Range: 0-125 PSIG Delivery Pressure Gauge: Vac-0-200 PSIG Cylinder Pressure Gauge: 0-4000 PSIG This is a Matheson Single Stage Chrome Plated Brass regulator with a 1/4 in compression tube outlet connection and 1/4 in FNPT body porting. It comes equipped with 2-1/2 inch inlet and delivery pressure gauges, an outlet diaphragm valve, metal to metal seals, chrome plated bonnet, and a Teflon seat. This Matheson series 3530A, model 3539A regulator is to be used in applications requiring delivery pressures up to 125 PSIG and can accept a maximum inlet pressure of 3000 PSIG. This regulator is suitable for a variety of chromatography applications requiring the supply of carrier gas/detector support gas. This regulator is not suitable for any application requiring the supply of corrosive gas (non-corrosive gas applications only). Gas Chromatography Detectors which can use the 3539A Regulator: Flame Ionization Detector (FID) Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD) Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector (NPD) Flame Photometric Detector (FPD) Photoionization Detector (PID) Electrolytic Conductivity Detector (ELCD or Hall Detector) Electron Capture Detector (ECD) Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage Both single-stage and two-stage regulators operate by reducing the pressure of gas supplied by a cylinder to an appropriate output level. The intake and delivery pressure ranges of regulators do not depend on how many stages they have, but by each regulators mechanical characteristics. When considering a single vs. a two-stage regulator there are two things to keep in mind: Droop and Supply Pressure Effect. Droop is the decrease in output pressure caused by an increase in flow rate. Supply Pressure Effect is simply the variation in delivery pressure from the cylinder to the regulator. Single Stage regulators will experience less droop with varying flow rates but a large supply pressure effect and need to be monitored and adjusted by an operator or used in applications where supply pressure will remain constant. Two-Stage regulators inherently control for variations in supply pressure while producing a constant output and therefore can be used without an operator present and in applications which require a very specific delivery pressure. The specification sheet for this series of regulator can be found in the downloadable section as a .PDF.

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Part Number: P109290



Price: $1,631.75



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