We provide regulators of every type to meet the needs of specialty gas users. Here are some examples of the regulators we carry. Our specialty gas team can help you select the materials best suited to your application. Work safely, efficiently and cost-effectively with equipment from Air Liquide.
Brass pressure regulators are specifically recommended to reduce pressure in noncorrosive specialty gas service. The brass construction protects gas from impurities and ensures that the regulator has a long service life. Single-stage is recommended where inlet pressure does not vary greatly. Two-stage is ideal when constant delivery pressure is desired.
At Air Liquide Canada, we know that your gas delivery requirements vary. That is why we offer a large selection of gas pressure regulators, including vaporizing regulators that are designed to heat up and relieve or eliminate "freeze-up" problems that can occur during pressure reduction with some specialty gases like carbon dioxide.
Air Liquide Canada offers cylinder hoses and pigtails that allow you to safely transfer compressed gases from the cylinder to the point of use. Stainless steel flexible metal hoses are fabricated from corrugated 316L Stainless Steel innercore and reinforced with a stainless steel braid.
LifeGuard™ all-metal pigtails permit gas users to safely transfer compressed gases or liquids and protect against the hazards associated with hose rupture and disconnecting high-pressure installations.
Designed for specialty gases, line regulators from Air Liquide Canada are single-stage and safely reduce distribution system line pressure to workable levels. Additionally, these line regulators handle inlet pressures up to 3000 psig (207 bar).
Designed for both corrosive and noncorrosive gas service, these piston regulators from Air Liquide Canadad are capable of handling high flow and high pressures, safely delivering specialty gas to your point of use.
Air Liquide Canada offers a variety of stainless steel gas pressure regulators. They are designed for use with corrosive specialty gases and provide outstanding performance in applications involving high delivery pressure where maintaining gas purity is essential.
Single-stage is recommended where inlet pressure does not vary greatly or where periodic readjustment of delivery pressure setting does not present a problem.
Two-stage is ideal when constant delivery pressure is desired.