A+ Corporation Genie Model GHR Heated Pressure Regulator

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Product Description

The Genie® Heated Pressure Regulator is a single stage pressure regulator with a self-limiting block heater designed specifically for use in gas analyzer sample conditioning systems. Its stainless steel housing contains a piston style sensing element, increasing reliability and eliminating the chance for diaphragm rupture.

The self-limiting block heater is powered utilizing a direct power connection and prevents condensation from occurring during the pressure reduction stage as a result of Joule-Thomson cooling or low operating/ambient temperature conditions. Preventing condensation of the sample gas during pressure reduction has many benefits such as: reducing regulator freeze-ups, preserving sample integrity, and minimizing analyzer down time and maintenance costs. Since the heater does not require a controller or a specific mounting orientation, the GHR™ can be easily mounted in compact enclosures.

Competitive heated or vaporizing regulators rarely preheat the sample gas. If they do preheat, then the heat transfer is often insufficient. The GHR™ provides two stages of heating (pre & post pressure reduction) to ensure sufficient heat transfer throughout the pressure reduction process. This makes the GHR™ the most effective regulator on the market for preventing condensation during pressure reduction.


  • Prevents condensation of the sample gas, preserving sample integrity
  • Reduces regulator freeze-ups
  • Minimizes analyzer down time and maintenance cost
  • Self-limiting heater prevents temperature overload
  • Easy to install and mount in compact enclosures


  • 316 Stainless Steel housing
  • Piston style sensor element
  • Two stage heating technology providing highly efficient heat transfer
  • CRN approved
  • Heater can be supplied to meet American NEC (CSA/NRTL/FM/UL), IEC, ATEX, and GOST standards

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