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Tank regulators control output pressure from the gas cylinder (PSI, bar) to lab equipment. Some tank regulators, such as the EP-1305 Low Flow Regulator, incorporate a flow meter so the gas output is measured as a flow rate and not pressure. 

The tank regulator connects directly to the CO2 cylinder. The North American standard cylinder connection is CGA-320 for all CO2 tanks except the small, 5 pound "E" tank. The "E" tank requires a CGA-940 yoke fitting.

Our Tamper-Proof preset line is available for direct CO2 cylinder connection. The Tamper-Proof line allows the user to simply turn an on/off valve to start the gas at the predetermined flow rate. No adjustment is required by the operator. This ensure AVMA compliant flow rates are being used every time. The Tamper-Proof line is factory preset for your cage size and flow rate(s). Flow rate(s) may be changed on-site only by designated facility personnel.

Why do some regulators need heat?

CO2 is stored in cylinders as a liquid. Liquid converts to gas to flow from the cylinder. This phase change results in a drop in temperature. At flows higher than approximately 15 LPM, this temperature drop can begin to affect the performance of equipment downstream from the tank. In extreme cases, this conversion can completely freeze gas regulators, tubing, and other components of your system. Adding heat at higher flows helps prevent equipment freeze-ups.

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