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Technopolymer pressure regulators

07 January 2009

Camozzi has expanded its range of technopolymer pneumatic components with the introduction of a new family of pressure micro-regulators (Series T). The technopolymer range, offering significant cost savings compared to brass equivalents, also includes push-in fittings and flow control valves with further additions planned throughout 2009.

Series T pressure micro-regulators are available with 1/8 and 1/4 threaded brass connections with the technopolymer body ensuring a lightweight (95g) solution. Decreasing pressure adjustments can be made very easily due to the self relieving piston. Non-relieving versions are also available.

All models are equipped with a valve enabling fast draining which means downstream pressure can be exhausted quickly. This fast draining feature is particularly useful for applications where a regulator is inserted between a valve and cylinder without any negative influence on the exhaust.

Each Series T micro-regulator has a 1/8 pressure gauge port for applications requiring a visible pressure indication. Design engineers are provided with further flexibility when it comes to considering the component mounting options as each regulator can be panel mounted or mounted in-line.

The simplicity of Series T’s design guarantees high reliability. Accuracy and reliable operation is further enhanced by the setting mechanism which is activated simply by pushing down the regulating knob.

The regulator characteristics combined with the particularly economic prices make this new range suitable for a wide range of industrial applications. Standard operating pressure is 0 to 7 Bar with other options available including 0 to 2 Bar, 0 to 4 Bar and 0.5 to 10Bar.


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