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ไดอะแฟรม ซีล -S regulator presents one hundred pc hydrogen readiness, 30% increase to flow capability and is more compact for seamless retrofitting.
Oxford Flow, the circulate management tools specialist for oil, gas, industrial process and water industries, announces the launch of the most recent version of its revolutionary fuel strain regulator, the IM-S valve, providing best-in-class resiliency, ongoing security of gas provide and seamless future-proofing for operators within the gasoline distribution, power generation, industrial gas and oil and gas sectors.
Oxford Flow has built-in customer feedback to create a superior model which is extra compact and could be retrofitted seamlessly into fuel distribution networks globally. The new IM-S regulator offers an elevated circulate capability of up to 30%, and consolidates different key benefits, such as hydrogen readiness, whereas providing unrivalled results for business performance and reliability benchmarks.
The valve is designed for up to 100 percent hydrogen mixing inside gasoline networks, comfortably exceeding the UK government’s target for Britain’s fuel networks to be ready to ship 20% hydrogen mix by 2023. Furthermore, Oxford Flow has taken the revolutionary step of eliminating the diaphragm, the commonest failure and wear point in standard gasoline regulators, contributing to a minimal service interval maintenance interval of as much as ten years.
Oxford Flow has invested hundreds of hundreds of simulation hours and completed a stringent testing regime, above and past the current BS EN 334 requirements to make certain that it’s remaining one step forward of evolving standards. This has demonstrated that the IM-S can operate with stability at anything from zero to one hundred pc of working capacity.
Faris Churcher, Principal Applications Engineer at Oxford Flow stated, “The IM-S is the next technology gas strain regulator that enhances the advantages of the IM valve predecessor. Engineered with industrial recommendations and suggestions at the forefront of its adaptation, this latest growth improves maintenance and flexibility, while ensuring resiliency towards future grid challenges.
“At Oxford Flow we imagine in raising the bar and bettering business standards to be one of the best that they can presumably be, so it’s necessary that when we’re growing and advancing our technology, we’re considering beyond the requirements that exist now and setting larger, more stringent ones.”

The IM-S is constructed to be smaller and lighter, making the process of retrofitting into networks seamless with no impact on present techniques and simple future maintenance. and is currently deployed in several networks, with over 10 years cumulative service across regulators already put in and no failures or unplanned maintenance.
Neil Poxon, CEO, Oxford Flow said, “Since launch, the IM fuel regulator has been one of our flagship products and represents a significant step ahead for the valve industry. Now, the event, testing and launch of IM-S has given us the chance to enhance and perfect the regulator. We’re proud of the service document of our current regulators within the field and are delighted to have the power to provide our customers with the subsequent step ahead, the IM-S.”

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