SAMSON

  • 0 out of 5

    2333 – PILOT OPERATED PRESSURE REDUCING REGULATOR

    The Type 2333 pilot operated universal pressure reducing regulator is a large size regulators (6″ -16″) designed to work in all general industrial applications. A pressure reducing valve is used for controlling the downstream pressure (p2) to an adjusted set point. The design of a pressure reducing regulator valve is to close when the downstream pressure rises above a set value.

    Set Point Range: 30 to 400psi (2 to 28bar)

    Size: 6″ to 16″

    ANSI Class: 125 to 300

    Temperature Range: Upto 660oF (350oC)

  • 0 out of 5

    2335 – PILOT OPERATED EXCESS PRESSURE REGULATOR

    The Type 2335 pilot operated universal pressure reducing regulator is a large size regulators (6″ -16″) designed to work in all general industrial applications. An excess pressure valve is used to control the upstream pressure (p1) to an adjusted set point. The design of an excess pressure regulator valve is to open when the upstream pressure rises above the set value.

    Set Point Range: 30 to 400psi (2 to 28bar)

    Size: 6″ to 16″

    ANSI Class: 125 to 300

    Temperature Range: Upto 660oF (350oC)

  • 0 out of 5

    2405 – PRESSURE REDUCING REGULATOR (FLANGED)

    The Type 2405 self-operated pressure reducing regulator is used to control the pressure of flammable gases used as a source of energy, e.g. in boilers, driers, vaporizers, heat exchangers or industrial furnaces. Alternatively, it can control the compressed air supply in process engineering applications.

    An additional application of the regulator is the pressure control of inert gas used for inerting or blanketing reaction or storage tanks to protect the product in the tank from oxidation, explosion or escaping. To achieve an economical consumption of the inert gas, its pressure must be controlled to always remain slightly higher than atmospheric pressure while the tank is being filled or emptied. A pressure reducing valve is used for controlling the downstream pressure (p2) to an adjusted set point. The design of a pressure reducing regulator valve is to close when the downstream pressure rises above a set value. These valves are self-operated in that the downstream pressure being controlled is tapped downstream of the valve and transmitted via a control line to the operating diaphragm of the Type 2405 where it is converted into a positioning force.

    Set Point Range: 0.075 to 150psi (0.005 to 10bar)

    Size: 1/2″ to 2″

    ANSI Class: 125 to 300

    Temperature Range: -5 to 300oF (-20 to 150oC)

  • 0 out of 5

    2406 – EXCESS PRESSURE REGULATOR (FLANGED)

    The Type 2406 self-operated excess pressure regulator is used to control the pressure of flammable gases used as a source of energy, e.g. in boilers, driers, vaporizers, heat exchangers or industrial furnaces. Alternatively, it can control the compressed air supply in process engineering applications.

    An additional application of the regulator is the pressure control of inert gas used for inerting or blanketing reaction or storage tanks to protect the product in the tank from oxidation, explosion or escaping. To achieve an economical consumption of the inert gas, its pressure must be controlled to always remain slightly higher than atmospheric pressure while the tank is being filled or emptied.

    An excess pressure valve is used to control the upstream pressure (p1) to an adjusted set point. The design of an excess pressure regulator valve is to open when the upstream pressure rises above the set value.

    These valves are self-operated in that the upstream pressure being controlled is tapped upstream of the valve and transmitted via a control line to the operating diaphragm of the Type 2406 where it is converted into a positioning force.

    Set Point Range: 0.075 to 150psi (0.005 to 10bar)

    Size: 1/2″ to 2″

    ANSI Class: 125 to 300

    Temperature Range: -5 to 300oF (-20 to 150oC)

  • 0 out of 5

    2407* – PRESSURE REDUCING REGULATOR (THREADED END)

    The Type 2407 self-operated pressure reducing regulators are used to control the pressure of flammable gases used as a source of energy, e.g. in boilers, driers, vaporizers, heat exchangers or industrial furnaces. Alternatively, it can control the compressed air supply in process engineering applications.

    * PLEASE NOTE THIS ITEM HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED AND REPLACED BY MODEL 2405

    Set Point Range: 0.075 to 15psi (0.005 to 1bar)

    Size: 1/2″ to 1″

    ANSI Class: 300

    Temperature Range: -5 to 300oF (-20 to 150oC)

  • 0 out of 5

    2408* – EXCESS PRESSURE REGULATOR (THREADED END)

    The Type 2408 self-operated excess pressure regulator are used to control the pressure of flammable gases used as a source of energy, e.g. in boilers, driers, vaporizers, heat exchangers or industrial furnaces. Alternatively, it can control the compressed air supply in process engineering applications.

    * PLEASE NOTE THIS ITEM HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED AND REPLACED BY MODEL 2406

    Set Point Range: 0.075 to 15psi (0.005 to 1bar)

    Size: 1/2″ to 1″

    ANSI Class: 300

    Temperature Range: -5 to 300oF (-20 to 150oC)

  • 0 out of 5

    2422/2424 – LARGE PRESSURE REDUCING REGULATOR

    The Type 2424/2424 self-operated universal pressure reducing regulator is a large size regulator (6″ -10″) designed to work in all general industrial applications. A pressure reducing valve is used for controlling the downstream pressure (p2) to an adjusted set point. The design of a pressure reducing regulator valve is to close when the downstream pressure rises above a set value. These valves are self-operated in that the downstream pressure being controlled is tapped downstream of the valve and transmitted via a control line to the operating diaphragm of the Type 2424/2424 where it is converted into a positioning force.

    Set Point Range: 0.75 to 35psi (0.05 to 2.5bar)

    Size: 6″ to 10″

    ANSI Class: 125 to 300

    Temperature Range: Upto 660oF (350oC)

  • 0 out of 5

    2422/2425 – LARGE EXCESS PRESSURE REGULATOR

    The Type 2424/2425 self-operated universal excess pressure regulator is a large size regulator (6″ -10″) designed to work with in all general industrial applications. An excess pressure valve is used to control the upstream pressure (p1) to an adjusted set point. The design of an excess pressure regulator valve is to open when the upstream pressure rises above the set value. These valves are self-operated in that the upstream pressure being controlled is tapped upstream of the valve and transmitted via a control line to the operating diaphragm of the Type 2424/2425 where it is converted into a positioning force.

    Set Point Range: 0.75 to 35psi (0.05 to 2.5bar)

    Size: 6″ to 10″

    ANSI Class: 125 to 300

    Temperature Range: Upto 660oF (350oC)

  • 0 out of 5

    41-23 – PRESSURE REGULATOR (PRESSURE REDUCING)

    The Type 41-23 self-operated universal pressure reducing regulator is a standard size regulator (1/2″ – 4″) designed to work in all general industrial applications. A pressure reducing valve is used for controlling the downstream pressure (p2) to an adjusted set point. The design of a pressure reducing regulator valve is to close when the downstream pressure rises above a set value.

    These valves are self-operated in that the downstream pressure being controlled is tapped downstream of the valve and transmitted via a control line to the operating diaphragm of the Type 41-23 where it is converted into a positioning force.

    Set Point Range: 0.75 to 400psi (0.05 to 28bar)

    Size: 1/2″ to 4″

    ANSI Class: 125 to 300

    Temperature Range: 15 to 660oF (-10 to 350oC)

  • 0 out of 5

    41-73 – PRESSURE REGULATOR (EXCESS PRESSURE)

    The Type 41-73 self-operated universal excess pressure regulator is a standard size regulator (1/2″ – 4″) designed to work with in all general industrial applications. An excess pressure valve is used to control the upstream pressure (p1) to an adjusted set point. The design of an excess pressure regulator valve is to open when the upstream pressure rises above the set value.

    These valves are self-operated in that the upstream pressure being controlled is tapped upstream of the valve and transmitted via a control line to the operating diaphragm of the Type 41-73 where it is converted into a positioning force.

    Set Point Range: 0.75 to 400psi (0.05 to 28bar)

    Size: 1/2″ to 4″

    ANSI Class: 125 to 300

    Temperature Range: 15 to 660oF (-10 to 350oC)

  • 0 out of 5

    44-0B – COMPACT STEAM PRESSURE REGULATOR

    The Type 44-0B steam self-operated pressure reducing regulator is a small size regulator (1/2″ – 1″) designed to work in all general industrial applications. A pressure reducing valve is used for controlling the downstream pressure (p2) to an adjusted set point.

    The design of a pressure reducing regulator valve is to close when the downstream pressure rises above a set value.

    Set Point Range: 3 to 290psi (0.2 to 20bar)

    Size: 1/2″ to 1″

    ANSI Class: 150 to 300

    Temperature Range: Upto 390oF (200oC)

  • 0 out of 5

    44-1B – COMPACT PRESSURE REDUCING REGULATOR

    The Type 44-1B self-operated pressure reducing regulator is a small size regulator (1/2″ – 1″) designed to work in all general industrial applications. A pressure reducing valve is used for controlling the downstream pressure (p2) to an adjusted set point.

    The design of a pressure reducing regulator valve is to close when the downstream pressure rises above a set value.

    Set Point Range: 3 to 290psi (0.2 to 20bar)

    Size: 1/2″ to 1″

    ANSI Class: 150 to 300

    Temperature Range: Upto 390oF (200oC)