Pressure Regulators
Pressure Regulators

Pressure Regulators

Provide an instant response to variations in pressure assuring that outlet pressure will remain constant regardless of inlet pressure. The one-piece sealed regulating unit is field replaceable and easy to maintain.
 
 
Benefits
Benefits

Why Pressure Regulators

Pressure Regulators are manufactured with non-corrosive, high quality plastic and brass, that withstands all fertilizers and chemicals in common use providing years of trouble-free operation. The one-piece sealed regulating unit – different for each pressure option – is field replaceable and easy to maintain. Available in several sizes, pre-set pressures, and flows from .25 to 175 GPM.

Product Advantages

  • Instant response to variations in pressure assuring that outlet pressure will remain constant regardless of inlet pressure.
  • Non-corrosive, high quality plastic and brass bodies withstand commonly used fertilizers and chemicals.
  • Sealed regulating unit with stainless steel spring and a screw are field replaceable and easy to maintain.
  • Built-in operating indicator visually shows when proper outlet pressure is achieved (except 3/4″ low flow).
  • No leakage due to tight seal from rubber diaphragm.
  • Flow ranges from .25 to 175 GPM

Applications

  • For use in drip and sprinkler irrigation systems.

Specifications

  • Maximum Operating Pressure: 145 psi
  • Available Pre-Set Pressures: 9, 12, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 43, 50, 57 and 65 psi
  • 3/4” Low Flow Pre-Set Pressures: 15, 20, 25, 35 and 42 psi 
  • Connections:
    • 3/4” - Female x Male Threaded
    • 1 1/2” - Male Threaded
    • 2” x 4 - Male Threaded
    • 2” x 6 - Female Threaded
    • 3” x 10 = Female Threaded
  • 3/4” Low Flow Connections: Inline Female x Female Threaded
  • 3/4” Low Flow Pressure Regulator: Sealed unit is non-replaceable

Models Pressure Regulators

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