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Maxseal Filter Regulators

Maxseal’s IFR Range of Filter Regulators

At Fluid Controls, we are proud suppliers of Maxseal filter regulators. Coming under the umbrella of IMI Norgren, Maxseal is a respected brand within the industry. With over 50 years’ experience producing efficient and durable filter regulators, Maxseal products stand the test of time. In this article, we will be introducing you to the Maxseal IFR range of filter regulators.

What is an IFR filter regulator?

A filter regulator is a piece of equipment that filters hot, dirty and wet compressed air as it travels downstream. Filter regulators are installed upstream of other equipment, such as valves and cylinders, to save them from the contaminated air, which can damage and shorten their lifespan.

Norgren Maxseal IFR3 and IFR4

Norgren Maxseal IFR3 and stainless-steel filter regulators provide high efficiency and durability. They offer accurate control of downstream pressure, whilst guaranteeing water and particulate removal. IFR3 and IFR4 ensure peak performance and are essential to the safe supply of compressed air to other equipment.

The Norgren Maxseal IFR3 and IFR4 are a dependable range of filter regulators. With ATEX classification and a maximum inlet pressure of 20 bar, these filter regulators are suitable for an array of applications and industries including marine, offshore and food processing.

The main features of the IFR3 and IFR4 filter regulaors include:

  • Maximum inlet pressure of 20 bar
  • Filter element: 40 Micron
  • Adjustable range: 0.5 to 10 bar
  • Relieving diaphragm
  • Port size of 1/4″ NPT (IFR3), 1/2″ NPT (IFR4)
  • Body material: Stainless steel
  • Seal Material: Nitrile (NBR)

maxseal ifr range of filter regulators

If you would like to find out more about our range of filter regulators, visit Fluid Controls online. For more information on Maxseal’s IRF range of filter regulators, or to purchase a IFR3 or IFR4, contact us today on 0118 970 2060 or via email at fluid@fluidcontrols.co.uk.

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