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Senscient ELDS

Senscient ELDS™

  • ELDS (Enhanced Laser Diode Spectroscopy) is a patented, new open path gas detection technology from Senscient. They provide reliable, sensitive detection of both flamable and toxic gaes at low ppm concentrations. Offer three order of magnitude in increased sensitivity for hydrocarbons.

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The difference between a pressure regulator and pressure relief valve What is the difference between a pressure regulator and a pressure relief valve? In this blog, Fluid Controls outlines the purpose of each valve to help you decide whether you need a pressure regulator or pressure relief valve for your application. What is a pressure regulator? A pressure regulator... Read More
Why choose Fluid Controls as your filter regulator suppliers At Fluid Controls, we supply a range of filter regulator units from brands such as Norgren and Parker. Filter regulators are extremely important to an application's operation and longevity. Contaminants from pneumatic systems can cause damage to equipment if not properly filtered, therefore causing... Read More
Pressure Regulator Catalogue Fluid Controls offers a wide range of pressure regulator valves suitable for a number of applications. Our electronic pressure regulators, liquid pressure regulators and instrumentation regulators are supplied by prestigious brands in the industry; including Parker Veriflo, Thomson Valves, Dutch Regulators... Read More
Pressure regulator frequently asked questions If you need more information about pressure regulating valves for water applications or you would like to know more about how an air pressure regulator valve works, you've come to the right place. Here, Fluid Controls answers your most frequently asked questions about pressure regulator valves. What... Read More
What is the difference between a relieving and a non-relieving regulator? In this blog, Fluid Controls discusses the difference between relieving and non-relieving pressure regulators and the advantages of both options. The difference between a relieving and non-relieving regulator When the pressure in a system becomes too high, a relieving regulator stops the flow... Read More