Tungsten Hexafluoride

WF6

L

2.6 psig

P,C

Recommended

solution

Minimum

solution

5V-A-NR Gas Panel

The 5V-A-NR automatic gas panel is designed for use with reactive gases that have properties that are harmful to health, pyrophoric, or extremely powerful oxidisers whilst also having an extremely low vapour pressure (<15 psig). It is normal practice to install these into gas cabinets.  In order to minimise the risk, the process gas is purged with a suitable inert gas to reduce the hazard prior to cylinder exchange. Full automatic purging and emergency shutdown control is achieved by combining the gas panel with the GCT5VAP-S controller which will operate the air actuated valves in a methodical sequence whilst also performing safety tests and monitoring for the correct pressurisation and evacuation of the area being purged. The design also allows for the two valve protection guideline to be applied during cylinder exchange. Further optional enhancements can be found on the datasheet.

5V-M-PEO-NR Gas Panel

The 5V-M-NR manual gas panel is designed for use with reactive gases that have properties that are harmful to health, pyrophoric, or extremely powerful oxidisers whilst also having an extremely low vapour pressure (<15 psig). It is normal practice to install these into gas cabinets. In order to minimise the risk, the process gas is purged with a suitable inert gas to reduce the hazard prior to cylinder exchange. The additional valves on the low pressure side of the gauge Tee allow for isolation of the gas line and release of the process gas. The design also allows for the two valve protection guideline to be applied during cylinder exchange. After cylinder exchange, the gas panel is purged with a suitable inert gas to remove the atmospheric contamination prior to the re-introduction of the process gas. An air operated Regulator Inlet Valve, with a manual override fitted to the gas panel for purging purposes, enhances the gas panel to allow for shutdown in the event of an emergency. Further optional enhancements can be found on the datasheet.