How back pressure regulators work
At Fluid Controls, we supply back pressure regulators from some of the industry’s leading manufacturers. From Equilibar’s sensitive high-performance back pressure regulators to spring-loaded high pressure BPR’s from Thompson, Dutch and Burling Valves – we have an extensive portfolio to suit most applications. In this informative article, we explain how back pressure regulators work.
Which Thompson regulator is right for your application?
Thompson Valves have a regulator for every application. But which Thompson pressure regulator is right for you? In this blog, we take you through the top Thompson pressure regulators in the Fluid Controls range, to help you find the most suitable product for your specific application.
Three trends shaping the future of the wastewater industry
The world is changing and we must change with it. That is as true for industrial water and wastewater as it is for any other industry. Advancements in technology and increasing environmental issues are contributing toward the need for evolution. Fortunately, all signs point towards a sustained growth. In this article, Fluid Controls examines which trends are shaping the future of the wastewater industry.
Products to help maintain a constant flow rate
Here at Fluid Controls, we are reputable stockists of flow rate measurement devices. If you are striving to achieve a consistent rate of flow, we can help identify the right flow controller for your application. In this article, we will cover which of our flow control and measurement products can best help you maintain constant flow rates. Before we begin discussing products, let’s briefly cover how to maintain flow rate.
Why flow control is important in hazardous environments
All industries that require the delivery of gas or liquid media for chemical processes use flow controllers. However, when processes occur in potentially hazardous environments or involve volatile gasses or liquids, flow control becomes crucial.
In this article, Fluid Controls discusses the importance of flow control in hazardous work environments and how to manage hazard prevention with flow controllers. Before we begin, let’s consider which work environments would be considered hazardous.
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.
How does a solenoid valve work?
Solenoid valves are electromechanically operated valves that convert electric energy into mechanical energy. Their main purpose is to regulate the movement of gas or liquid and eradicate the need for an engineer to manually control the valve, saving time and money. But how does a solenoid valve work? Read on to find out more about the solenoid valve working principal and to discover Fluid Controls’ range of Maxseal solenoid operated valves.
Discover Fluid Controls’ range of Maxseal products
Norgren Maxseal produces high-quality solenoid valves that have been created with dependability and hardiness in mind. Our high specification range of Maxseal solenoid valves includes the ICO4S and ICO3S. Here at Fluid Controls, we also provide the Maxseal IFR range of filter regulators, which provide precise control of downstream pressure whilst ensuring water and particulate exclusion.
Below, you can read up on Maxseal’s catalogue of products offered here at Fluid Controls.
Why control pressure with a pressure regulator?
Pressure regulators are extremely important to the safe running of applications that use gases and liquids under pressure. Pressure regulators are valves that work by cutting off the flow of a gas or liquid when it hits a certain pressure. They are found in many common home and industrial applications, and therefore it is important to control pressure with a pressure regulator to maintain a safe environment.
All you need to know about electronic pressure regulators
In recent years, electronic pressure regulators have really come into their own. They offer higher pressure, more flexibility and extra robustness compared to previous technologies. That’s why here at Fluid Controls we supply a wide variety of electronic pressure regulators from brands such as Proportion Air, Parker Lucifer and Equilibar. In this article, we will outline all you need to know about electronic pressure regulators.