Mason, Ohio (August 9, 2019) — The Harris Products Group (“Harris”), a Lincoln Electric company, has introduced the Model 1030 final line manifold system that regulates the pressure and flow of cryogenic gases from a bulk tank or micro bulk tank into facility pipelines.

The Harris Model 1030 final line manifold systemThe Harris Model 1030 final line manifold system.Credit: The Harris Products GroupThe Harris Model 1030 final line manifold can be used for applications that involve nitrogen, oxygen, argon, and CO2 gases. It comes with a dual regulator set-up for redundancy, and has multiple pressure relief valves for safety.

The manifold utilizes Harris Model 3550-250 ultra-high flow regulators that are constructed with stainless steel diaphragms for durability and longer life, as compared to regulators using rubber diaphragms. They can deliver up to 250 psi (custom pressures are available). Flow rates up to 10,000 standard cubic feet per hour can be achieved at the nominal inlet pressure of 350 psi.

Designed for a variety of industrial, food packaging, and laser applications, the manifold system is cleaned for oxygen service and also meets National Fire Protection Association standards for use in healthcare facilities (NFPA® 99).

Harris engineers and field teams are extensively trained to help distribution customers with almost any gas regulator/manifold application. Products are designed, manufactured, tested and stocked for rapid fulfillment at their Gainesville, GA facility.

The 1030 final line manifolds are delivered rack mounted and fully assembled with two regulators, piping, isolation valves, and outlet connectors. They are ready-to-install right out of the box for easy set up. 

“Having a durable, reliable system for gas flow and pressure regulation is critical for the safe and efficient operation of welding, brazing, heating, and allied processes,” said David Gailey, manager of specialty products, Harris Products Group. “Harris is able to provide turnkey solutions for distributors and their customers.”