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Why choose an Equilibar pressure regulator from Fluid Controls?

Fluid Controls is a distinguished UK-based Equilibar pressure regulator supplier. Here you can find 10 reasons why you should invest in an Equilibar pressure regulator from Fluid Controls and the benefits an Equilibar pressure regulator can give your business. 

What does Equilibar offer?

The Equilibar pressure regulator range has exceptionally high performance levels and remarkable precision, which are major contributors to Equilibar’s reputation as one of the leading pressure regulators across America and globally.

Equilibar’s pressure regulator range includes:

  • Equilibar Back Pressure Regulators – GS Series
  • Equilibar Electronic Pressure Regulator – QB Series
  • Equilibar Pressure Regulator – Ultra Low

Fluid Controls’ services

Fluid Controls specialises in pressure management and supplies a large variety of industrial equipment to a wide range of industries. Fluid Controls not only provides exemplary products; our customer service is unparalleled and leaves our customers with continually exceeded expectations.
Our services include:

  • Full installation and service facility for all Fluid Controls’ supplied products.
  • Parker Safety at Work training.
  • Full pressure test and repair facility.
  • Cylinder regulators and assemblies.
  • In-house/On-site training.
  • Full technical back-up on all Fluid Controls’ supplied products.

Why choose Equilibar pressure regulators from Fluid Controls

There are many reasons to choose Equilibar pressure regulators from Fluid Controls. Here are some of the main reasons:

1. Only Equilibar pressure regulator suppliers based in the UK

Fluid Controls are proud to be the only UK-based Equilibar pressure regulator supplier, and can provide you with the entire exceptional Equilibar pressure regulator range.

2. One of the USA’s leading pressure regulator suppliers

Equilibar is one of the leading pressure regulator suppliers in the USA. Amongst their large range of regulators, Equilibar specialise in vacuum regulators and high-performance back pressure regulators.

3. Five times more precise than standard regulators

Equilibar can ensure that the performance of an Equilibar pressure regulator is five times more precise than any standard regulator.

4. Careful reviews by senior application specialists

Equilibar’s senior application specialists carefully review each application of Equilibar regulators to guarantee performance of the highest standard possible.

5. Wide flow range

The Equilibar pressure regulator range has a wide flow range, resulting in the capability of high precision across a 1000:1 flow range.

6. Better efficiency for lower pressures

The GR trim of Equilibar’s outstanding GS Series provides stable pressure control along with higher efficiency levels for lower pressures, which come in a range of sizes from ¼” to 1”.

7. More robust for higher pressures

Equilibar back pressure regulators deliver unwavering pressure control for gases, liquids and mixed-phases. The NR trim also provides a more robust regulator for higher pressures.

8. Precise control of pressure in proportion to electronic signals

The Equilibar electronic pressure regulator QB Series was expertly designed to control the pressure of gaseous media proportional to electronic signals. This series is largely used for pressures of 35 bar and below and works well as a provider of pilot reference pressure to Equilibar back pressure regulators.

9. Enlarged control range

One of Equilibar’s latest, patent pending, regulators is the LPR-2. This ultra low pressure regulator has been developed for low flow and static applications, and has a greatly enlarged control range compared to other available regulators.

10. Optional bleed orifice option

The Equilibar LPR-2 regulator has the option of incorporating a bleed orifice, which can provide stability and responsiveness when the set-point pressure is being lowered.

For more information about why to choose equilibar pressure regulators from Fluid Controls, or for expert advice on which series in the Equilibar pressure regulator range would be best for your business, call 0118 970 2060, or email one of our technical team at fluid@fluidcontrols.co.uk.

 

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