High pressure 304 stainless steel cylinders are utilized as sample cylinders or lecture-bottles for high purity and corrosive gases. Maximum pressure is 1800psi. They may be equipped with either CGA 350 (hydride and reducing gas) or CGA 330 (corrosive, typically chlorine or fluorine containing gas) valves. Cylinders are manufactured to DOT-3E 1800 specifications. Nominal tare with protective caps and plugs detached is 1.17 kg.
|Product Code||Valve Type||Capacity|
|zCYL-HPS-0420-35||CGA 350||420 ml|
|zCYL-HPS-0420-33||CGA 330||420 ml|
High pressure aluminum alloy cylinders provide a high purity package for non-corrosive gases. They are nonmagnetic and lightweight (about 1/3 lighter than steel cylinders) and are manufactured to consistently higher weight and dimensional tolerances. Maximum pressure is 2000psi. Valves are stainless steel with CGA 350 connections. Aluminum alloy cylinders are suitable for silicon hydrides, germanium hydrides and other reducing gases.
|Product Code||Capacity||Nominal Tare||DOT Specification|
|zCYL-HPA-6000||6.0 liters||7.6 kg||DOT-3AL 2216|
|zCYL-HPA-29000||29 liters||22.7 kg||DOT-3AL 2015|
|zCYL-HPA-49000D||49 liters||39.5 kg||DOT-3AL 2016|
|Product Code||Construction||Rating||Capacity||Nominal Tare|
|zCYL-HPS-0050||316 stainless||1000psig||50 mls||303.2g|
|zCYL-G-0025||carbon steel||350psig||25 mls||186.7g|