The water pressure regulator works on the principle of pressure reduction. It is preferably for use in the provided water systems. The pressure regulator consists of a housing, a piston or diaphragm valve with an adjustable spring and a spring cap. The inlet pressure reaches the target value, opens the piston or diaphragm against the spring force of the control valve and builds up the output pressure. The output pressure is the controlled variable. When exceeding the nominal value the valve closes, when there is a shortfall the valve opens and thus the output pressure is kept almost constant. By changing the spring tension, the spring setpoint can be continuously adjusted.
The pressure regulator is available in four versions:
- Version I brass housing with DIN DVGW and international drinking water approvals
- Version II brass housing with inspectable strainer, DIN DVGW and international drinking water approvals
- Version III stainless steel housing with DIN DVGW approval
- Version IV plastic housing with union connection G1/8" and G1/4"
Type TFU006 with plastic body and ported connection G 1/8 and G 1/4
- Brass version with DVGW and international drinking water approvals
- Stainless steel version with DVGW approval
- Compact plastic version
- Manometer port at pressure output
To help select the correct product please refer to the technical data, images and notes for proper use found in the data sheet.