Pressure reducer (for carbon dioxide)


Many technological processes use various gases supplied in cylinders. There they are kept in a compressed to high pressure or liquefied state. This makes it possible to fit a fairly large amount of gas into a limited volume. However, the gases are usually used at a pressure slightly above atmospheric pressure, much lower than in the cylinder. To equalise the inlet and outlet pressures, special devices are used – gas pressure reducers.


The reducers are supplied with three types of pressure gauges: oxygen, propane and carbon dioxide.

 Carbon dioxide pressure reducer

  •         Max. inlet pressure MPa 10
  •         Max. working pressure MPa 0.7