Dura-Cyl 200 HP
Has NO Rollerbase - Footring Bottom | 200 Liter Capacity
* Free Freight on Quantities of 8 or More!
The Roto-Tel offers improved accuracy and expanded gauge ranges for better resolution.
The Dura-Cyl LP models feature the "sight gauge" liquid level indicator and a liquid globe valve with an extended stem for less ice build-up on the handle for easier operation.
LCCM Models have an integral mounted combination pressure control regulator, isolation valve and a calibrated dome control knob.
• Ideal for liquid nitrogen, oxygen, argon, CO2 or nitrous oxide
• Different sizes, pressures, and features to meet your needs
• Stainless steel construction
• Thick, dent-resistant outer shell
• Patented durable, inner-vessel support system
• Large diameter handling ring with four supports
• Liquid Cylinder Control Manifold (LCCM)
• Roto-Tel Liquid Level Gauge System
• SEVEN year warranty
The Dura-Cyl series is a premium transportable liquid cylinder for cryogenic service. The patented internal support system design and quality construction makes the Dura-Cyl series the most efficient yet rugged cylinder on the market today. Along with the patented Liquid Cylinder Control Manifold (LCCM) and our wide choice of caster base options, the Dura-Cyl Series is also the most user-friendly cylinder available. Adding our industry-leading five-year vacuum warranty and you get the lowest cost of ownership —making the Dura-Cyl, the preferred choice in transportable liquid cylinders.
Liquid (Gross) - 209 Liters
Liquid (Net) - 196 Liters
Gas (N2) -4,072 ft3/196 Nm3
Gas (O2) - 5,048 ft3/ 133 Nm3
Gas (AR) - 4,932 ft3/ 130 NM3
Gas (CO2) -4,011 ft3/ 105 NM3
Gas (N2O) - 3,810 ft3/100 NM3
NER (N2) - 1.85 % per day
NER (O2 - AR) - 1.2 % per day
NER (CO2 - N2O) - 0.5 % per day
Gas Flow (N2, O2, AR) SCFH/NM3/hr - 400/10.5
Gas Flow (CO2, N2O) SCFH/NM3/hr - 110/2.9
Dimensions and Pressure Ratings
Relief Valve Setting -350 psig/ 24 barg
DOT/TC Rating - 4L292
Diameter - 20 in/ 50.8 cm
Height - 66.6 in/ 169.2 cm
Tare Weight - 320 lb /145.1 kg
N2 - 618 lb/280 kg
O2 - 747 lb / 339 kg
AR - 839 lb/ 380 kg
CO2 - 779 lb/ 353 kg