Regulators

Kimray's Gas Pressure Reducing Regulator

Kimray’s Gas Pressure Reducing Regulator

What is a Pressure Reducing Regulator? Kimray’s Pressure Reducing Regulator use is to maintain a downstream pressure set point. Otherwise known as a “pilot-integrated valve,” Pressure Regulators are often used as suction controllers. In addition, their design can aid in recirculation applications on gas compressors and as fuel gas suppliers. To work properly, the gas
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Repairing Your Back Pressure Regulator

Kimray’s Back Pressure Regulator is a staple in oil and gas production. Numerous oilfield applications, including on separators, flow treaters, free water knockouts, compressor stations, and gas gathering systems use it. Operation Considered an “integrated valve,” the regulator’s pilot—the key to opening and closing the it—is connected to the valve body and comes out as one
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What is a Back Pressure Valve (or Regulator)?

A back pressure valve is a type of control valve that holds pressure on production vessels such as separators, treaters, and free water knockouts and releases upstream pressure when a designated set point is reached. Invention of the Back Pressure Valve The Kimray Back Pressure Valve was our original valve, and it remains our most popular. Kimray
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A Kimray employee helping a customer with service and repair at their site. Kimray stands by their products, and will provide service and repair for as long as you own a product.

Service and Repair

At Kimray, our parts are our name. We understand you want as much life in your valves and control equipment as possible. That’s why when we sell you a product, we are committed to keep it working as long as you own it. Kimray products are often found in difficult conditions and many times under
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Use the 125# Spring in Ductile and Steel Regulators

Use the 125# Spring in Ductile and Steel Regulators

Focus on the Setpoint A number of compressor operators who require the higher design pressure regulators are trying to set the regulators at 5 to 10 psi. Although the 300 pound spring used in the ductile and steel regulators should theoretically provide setpoints as low as 5 psi, it is not really practical to try
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