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Series 3101 – Pressure regulators for technical gases

3101 – Products made with brass or AISI 316L stainless steel.
All pressure regulators feature a stainless steel membrane.
Our wide and flexible range of reducers satisfies every clients’ need.
Our pressure reducers are 100% made in Italy.

Technical features

Inlet max. pressure: 230 bar – variable according to the model
Standard working pressure: 0 to 10 bar
Working room temperature: 0-50°C Max.
Capacity: 170 L/Min
EN 13792-complying gas identification colour codes
Cylinder connections are designed according to the international regulations of reference (e.g. DIN 477, CGA V1, BS 341 etc.). A wide range of fittings and input/output valves is available based on the client’s needs.

Art. 3101/194 - Pressure regulator bench mounted

Pressure regulator bench mounted H=150 -cylindrical handle – industrial gas din certified

Art. 3101/194U5 - Pressure regulator bench mounted

Pressure regulator bench mounted H=150 -cylindrical handle – micrometric outlet valve Ø4.3 – cylindrical handle din certified

Art. 3101/192 - Pressure regulator

Pressure regulator – back side connection G3/8″ for tube Ø10 – cylindrical handle – industrial gas din certified

Art. 3101/192U9 - Pressure regulator wall mounted

Pressure regulator wall mounted – G3/8 L=38 – micrometric outlet valve with niple for tube Ø1/8 – cylindrical handle din certified

Art. 3101/271U7 - Pressure regulator for industrial gas

Pressure regulator for industrial gas back side connection for tube Ø10 – cylindrical handle – manometer 10 bars din certified

Art. 3101/330 - Pressure reducer plate with controller

Pressure reducer plate with controller din certified

Art. 3101/237U0B100 - Pressure regulator hydrogen

Pressure regulator hydrogen – 10 bar – free outlet – connection W20-1/14″ ch.28 – cylindrical handle din certified
On request
manopola custom

On request, new handle with minimal design for all lab taps.

Color code chart DIN EN 13792
Color Chart DIN 15154 - Download

To download the colour code chart for laboratory taps handles, click here