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Swagelok Southwestern Ontario

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Metering Valves

Metering Valves

Swagelok offers several metering valves for low- and high-pressure service in 316 stainless steel and brass materials with flow coefficients from 0.004 to 0.16 for low-, medium-, and high-flow applications.

Metering valves:

  • Deliver accurate flow rate control in analytical, instrumentation, and research applications
  • Are suitable for low- and high-pressure situations
  • Provide fine adjustments for precision applications

High-Pressure Metering Valves (31 Series)


Working Pressures Up to 5000 psig (344 bar)
Temperature –65 to 850°F (–53 to 454°C)
Body Material 316 stainless steel
Packing Material PTFE, Grafoil®
Flow Coefficient 0.04
End Connections
   Type Swagelok® tube fitting, female NPT
   Size 1/8 and 1/4 in.; 6 mm

Low-Pressure Metering Valves (S, M, and L Series)


Working Pressures Up to 2000 psig (137 bar)
Temperature –10 to 400°F (–23 to 204°C)
Body Material 316 stainless steel, brass
Stem O-Ring Material Flurocarbon FKM (with 316 SS body), Buna N (with brass body) standard, additional materials available
Flow Coefficient 0.004 to 0.16
End Connections
   Type Swagelok tube fitting, NPT, integral male VCR® face seal fitting
   Size 1/16, 1/8 and 1/4 in.; 3 and 6 mm

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"Safe Product Selection: The complete catalog contents must be reviewed to ensure that the system designer and user make a safe product selection. When selecting products, the total system design must be considered to ensure safe, trouble-free performance. Function, material compatibility, adequate ratings, proper installation, operation, and maintenance are the responsibilities of the system designer and user.

Do not mix or interchange product components with those of other manufacturers."