Witt has introduced a new, ready to install dome pressure regulator for gas pipelines, which is expected to save companies a lot of time and money.

As a solution to reduce costs in the plant engineering industry, Witt Gasetechnik GmbH has introduced its new 737 series dome pressure regulator.

Dome pressure regulators, like the 737 series, compensate for fluctuating flow rates in gas supply pipelines to ensure a consistent outlet pressure.

They are suitable for use with most technical gases, including argon, nitrogen, hydrogen and oxygen used in industrial and technical applications, such as steelworks and process plants.

The WITT 737 series is one of the most powerful dome pressure regulators of its kind. It has passed a one-time inspection by the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM/Federal Institute for Material Research and Testing) and is burnout-safe, even when exposed to oxygen at a pressure of 200 bar (2901 psi), a feature that was identified by BAM.

The four models in this series provide a nominal gas flow rate of up to 650 m³/h (approx. 22950 scfh) and are designed to fit into a pipeline with limited space surrounding it.

Previously, suitable pilot pressure regulators, upstream/downstream pressure gauges and various connection parts had to be procured and installed separately.

Witt Sales Manager, Christian Flücken said, “The new complete ready to install solution saves a lot of time, which is a very significant cost benefit for customers.”