Gas mixing unit (dual-component type) using a pressure control system that is more economical than the conventional flow control system. By mixing two fluids using a pressure equalizing valve, the concentration is determined by the ratio of gases passing area of the loaded filter. A pressure-equalizing valve regulates the pressure regardless of the fluctuation of flow of fluid, enabling the mixed gas to be supplied at a fixed concentration.
Shielding gas for welding and mixed gas for foods
|Gas||Based on Customer’s Spec|
|Max. Operating Pressure||0.95|