Optimized fluid passage design for low shear and less dead zone areas
|Designation||Value||Unit: metric (US)|
|Weight||4 (9)||kg (lbs)|
|Fluid Passages||Ø6 / Ø8 / Ø12||mm|
|Inlet Pressure Maximum||400 (5802)||bar (psi)|
|Outlet Pressure - Regulated Range||25 - 275 (363 - 3989)||bar|
|Air Pressure Maximum||6 (87)||bar|
|Max Working Temperature||60 (140)||°C|
|Material Inlet and Outlet||3/4"G|
|Wetted Parts - Stainless Steel||PTFE, FFKM|
|Average Output||0.9 / 3 / 9 (0.24 / 0.79 / 2.38||l/mn (gal/mn)|
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