Valves and fittings designed for monitoring specialty gases

High Pressure Equipment has developed a line of valves and fittings designed for monitoring gases in cryogenic and extreme heat environments.

By High Pressure Equipment Co. September 2, 2016

High Pressure Equipment has developed a line of valves and fittings designed for monitoring gases in cryogenic and extreme heat environments. For these applications, HiP uses an extended stuffing box design with fins provided around the packing area to move packing away from cold or hot zones and dissipate the heat or cold for safe and reliable operation. Standard and custom extreme temperature valves are available in manual and air operated configurations for pressures from 10,000 to 30,000 psi. These valves use coned-and-threaded connections to provide extra dependability and are available in special materials. The valves can test gases such as nitrogen, argon, and hydrogen and can be used in a wide range of applications including compressed gas fill plants, cryogenic test benches, cryogenic vaporizers, cryogenic pumps, fuel cell systems, fueling stations, and many others.

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