Air Filter Pressure Reducing Valve

※Steady outlet pressure can be ensured regardless of inlet pressure and flow fluctuations.
※Light weight, small volume and convenient installation and maintenance.
※Small particles are filtered to keep clean air.
※Stainless steel for the material as options.






    Description

    air filter pressure reducing valves control the required pressure value through filtering air and reducing pressure of the main pipeline.
    ※Steady outlet pressure can be ensured regardless of inlet pressure and flow fluctuations.
    ※Light weight, small volume and convenient installation and maintenance.
    ※Small particles are filtered to keep clean air.
    ※Steady output pressure is ensured through exhausting atmosphere if output pressure is higer than given pressure.
    ※Stainless steel for the material as options.

    Filter Regulator

    Fluid Air
    Caliber of the pipeline G1/4″
    Thickness of the filter element 40 u
    Range of adjustable pressure. 0.05-0.85MPa
    Maximium pessure 0.95MPa
    Pressure resistance 1.5MPa
    Temperature range 0-60℃
    Filter cup capacity 15 cc
    Oil cup capacity 25 cc
    Weight 0.5 KG
    Body material Body Aluminum alloy (die-casting)
    Cup PE

    Filter Regulator

    Input pressure 16bar(manual drain valve)
    P1 maximum 12bar(Automatic drain valve)
    P1 minimum 1.5bar
    P2 maximum 0.5-12bar
    Temperature range 0-60℃
    Installtion position Vertical direction(±5°)
    Pressure gauge connection G1/8
    Filtration accuracy 25 m
    Operating media Compressed air
     

     

    Components

    Shell Die-cast zinc
    Filtration cup PC
    Metal protective cover Aluminum alloy
    Sealing NBR
    Pressure adjustable Handwheel POM

    FAQs

    How does a Air Filter Pressure Reducing Valves work?

    An air filter pressure reducing valve, also known as an air regulator or simply a PRV, is an important component found in many compressed air systems. It helps regulate the pressure of the incoming line from a compressor or other source to ensure that it stays within a predetermined range. This makes the system more efficient and helps protect downstream components from over-pressurization.

    The PRV consists of two ports, one for incoming air and one for outgoing exhaust. The valve housing contains an adjustable spring inside which applies pressure against a diaphragm. When the pressure of the incoming line exceeds this set point, it pushes on this diaphragm causing it to flex open and reduce flow until equilibrium is established between inlet and outlet pressures at the desired level set by the spring tension.

    This type of device helps maintain consistent airflow throughout your system which can help improve its overall performance by ensuring that each component receives enough but not too much pressurized air. It can also be used as part of a larger control circuit where different upstream devices need to be adjusted depending on changing conditions under varying loads with fluctuating pressures.

    Overall, PRVs are essential components for any compressed-air system looking to optimize performance while preventing damage due to overpressure events from occurring anywhere along its line network; getting them installed properly should always come high on any maintenance schedule!