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Cashco introduces new back pressure regulator

Cashco, a Kansas, US-based industrial product manufacturer, has introduced a new Model BR back pressure regulator for use with a wide range of liquids and gases.

With the appropriate options, applications include upstream over-pressure regulation of cryogenic liquids, sour gas, industrial gases and chemicals, as well as common industrial fluids, such as water, oil, steam, and compressed air.

Available in globe or angular porting configuration, the Model BR valve controls inlet pressures up to 13.8 barg in multiple spring ranges and can be used in the majority of industrial pressure relief applications.

“Our engineers saw the opportunity to take some of the features of our popular Model D pressure reducing regulator, such as the body and internal spring components, to make a cost-effective in-line back pressure regulator. At the same time, we’re able to convert it and offer it in an angular port configuration as well,” said Clint Rogers, president of Cashco.

According to Rogers, the BR regulator is available in five sizes from ⅜ to 2” and can handle material temperatures from -6 to 200°C with the appropriate body/spring chamber and trim material combinations.

Trim designs include metal-seated or composition-seated with a metal or composition diaphragm.

“Two body materials will also be available, with 27 different trim material combinations from which to select,” Rogers added.