Beswick Engineering offers manifold mount versions of our award winning miniature pressure regulators. These models include the PRDB8 high accuracy, single stage pressure regulator, PRD28 two-stage pressure regulator, and the PRDHF8 high flow regulator.
The PRDB8 regulator is a manifold mount version of Beswick's PRDB pressure regulator with a patent-pending valve mechanism designed to provide high precision/high reliability at low flows and at low set pressures. It controls output pressures from 0 to 30 psig and is especially suited to regulating pressures as low as 0.5 psig. The PRDB8 connects via a 10-32 UNF threaded port, its maximum supply pressure is 500 psig and it weighs approximately 25 grams in stainless steel.
The PRD28 2 stage manifold regulator can also accurately reduce high-pressure inputs (up to 500 psig) down to 0 to 20 psig. It designed to regulate pressures as low as 0.5 psig and it exhibits minimal droop and rise even with wide swings in inlet pressure and flow. It is an excellent choice in applications such as regulating fuel gas pressures from storage tanks, where the inlet pressure decays significantly over time The PRDB28 connects via a 5/16-24 UNF threaded port and it weighs approximately 52 grams in brass.
The PRDHF8 regulator is used in applications that require higher flows than those supplied by the PRDB pressure regulator. It controls output pressures from 0 to 30 psig and is designed to regulate pressures as low as 0.5 psig. Maximum inlet supply pressure is 500 psig. The PRDHF8 connects via a 5/16-24 UNF threaded port and it weighs approximately 52 grams in brass & stainless steel.
Typical applications for these pressure regulators include hydrogen fuel cells, medical equipment, instrumentation, laboratory equipment, ink jet print engines, semiconductor manufacturing equipment as well as many others. The PRDB8, PRD28 and PRDHF8 have patents pending.
For more information, please contact:
Michael Donati, VP
Beswick Engineering Co., Inc.
284 Ocean Road,
Phone: 800-354-5014 or 603-433-1188