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Back Pressure Regulator vs Pressure Reducing Regulator: What’s the Difference?

In oil and gas production applications, it can be hard to tell the difference between a back pressure regulator and a pressure reducing regulator. So, What’s the Difference? A Back Pressure Regulator is a type of control valve designed to hold pressure on production vessels and release pressure downstream when a set point is reached. This pressurizes the vessels
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How to Build a Gas Pressure Reducing Regulator Package

How to Build a Gas Pressure Reducing Regulator Package in 15 Steps

Oil and gas producers use pressure reducing regulators to hold a consistent set point downstream of the valve. For reducing pressure in high pressure application, you will use a High Pressure Control Valve.  When you purchase this valve, you need several other components to make that valve fully functional.  When you order from us, we’ll help you
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What is a Pressure Reducing Regulator?

What is a Pressure Reducing Regulator? Oil and gas producers use a Pressure Reducing Regulator to maintain a downstream pressure set point. The pilot and the valve come together as one piece, making it a regulator, or “pilot-integrated valve.” Some may also refer to this regulator as a “pressure control valve” or a “pressure reducer valve.” Unfortunately,
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What is a Pressure Reducing Valve?

What is a Pressure Reducing Valve? Kimray’s Pressure Reducing Valve (or Regulator) creates and holds a downstream pressure set point. Additionally, the pilot and the valve are one piece, which designates it as an “integrated valve.” You’ll often see the Pressure Reducing Valve used as a suction controller or recirculation valve on compressors, or to supply
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