A device which functions to maintain downstream pressure at a pre-determined level.
See Water Pressure Regulator
A device that regulates the available pressure to a preset maximum.
a device which regulates the available pressure to a pre-set maximum under static or flow conditions.
Device used to reduce and maintain a constant pressure to a piping system.
A device that maintains the pressure in a fluid flow line, less than its inlet pressure within a constant band of pressures, regardless of the rate of flow in the line or the change in upstream pressure.
a device that reduces incoming water pressure for low-pressure drip systems. Typical household water pressure is 50 to 60 psi while drip systems are designed to operate at around 20 to 30 psi depending on the manufacturer.
A pressure regulator is used to reduce high water pressure to the range suitable for drip irrigation. They are available in various flow ratings and pressure settings. They need to be matched to the drip irrigation system requirements. Some have pipe threads and others have garden hose thread ends.
A device for controlling and maintaining a uniform outlet gas pressure.
A small adjustable device installed at the point of connection for leaky pipe, microspray and drip watering systems to regulate a variable inlet pressure to a constant outlet pressure.
a device for maintaining pressure in a line, downstream from the value.
A device that reduces the water pressure in low volume control zones to a level the system can handle, usually between 15 and 60 pounds per square inch (PSI).
Regulates the pressure of gas flowing through it. Some regulators are preset to psi, and some are adjustable.
A device which reduces the line pressure and maintains it relatively constant despite changes in inlet pressure and outlet flow rate.
Device that maintains a constant pressure between the fuel tank and the engine.
A devise which controls the amount of pressure allowed on the water outlet side. This controls how high the pressure will be in a drip system. We sell both pre-set and adjustable models.
Usually required if water pressure ever exceeds 80 PSI on potable water supplies inside a structure.
Device used in a water service line, which reduces water pressure to the proper pressure for household use.
A device used to maintain a constant pressure within a pump under all operating conditions.
A pressure regulator is a valve that automatically cuts off the flow of a liquid or gas at a certain pressure, usually for the purpose of preventing damage to plumbing.