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Supercritical Fluid Pressure Controller

Working with supercritical fluids requires maintaining specific extreme pressures and temperatures, as minor shifts can cause massive changes in fluid density. For instance, carbon dioxide must be at very low temperatures and pressures to become a supercritical fluid. A supercritical fluid pressure controller allows for supercritical CO2 to perform consistent chemical extractions, with high efficiency and safety reasons.

Supercritical fluid pressure controllers allow for highly-accurate control over flow rates, which is crucial in getting highly reproducible outcomes. These controllers are built to maintain a continuous pressure while combating blockage that can happen as a result of extremely cold operating temperatures.