Fisher Oil and Gas Regulators

Oil and Gas Regulators


High-Pressure Regulators

Instrument Supply Regulators

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Pressure Reducing Regulators

Relief Valves / Backpressure Regulators

Switching Valves

Thermal Injection Regulators Backpressure / Relief

 

Type 99 Pressure Reducing Regulator


The Type 99 regulator typically provides fuel gas to boilers, furnaces, ovens, mixers, and large commercial or institutional installations.

The key to the operation of a Type 99 regulator is the yoked double-diaphragm pilot. Fast response and accuracy are made possible by the amplifying effect of the pressure-balanced pilot and by the two-path control system. The function of the pilot is to sense change in the controlled pressure and amplify it into a larger change in the loading pressure . Any changes in outlet pressure act quickly on both the actuator diaphragm and the loading pilot, thus providing the precise pressure control that is characteristic of a two-path system.

Features

  • High Capacity
  • High Accuracy
  • In-Line Maintenance
  • Pilot Supply Filter Standard
  • Excellent Low Flow Control
  • Tight Shutoff

Body Sizes and End Connection Styles

  • 2-inch (DN 50)
    • Cast Iron: NPT, 125FF, or 250 RF
    • Steel: NPT, SWE, 150 RF, or 300 RF

Pressure Registration

  • Internal

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 400 psig (27,6 bar) for higher inlet pressures, up to 1000 psig (69 bar)

Maximum Outlet Pressures

  • Operating: 100 psig (6,9 bar)

Outlet Pressure Ranges

  • 2-inches w.c. to 100 psig (5 mbar to 6,9 bar) in nine ranges

Temperature Capabilities

  • -20 to 180°F (-29 to 82°C)

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Type 310A Pressure Reducing Regulator


The Type 310A fuel pressure regulator is used for high-pressure applications which require fast response such as fuel gas supply to a gas turbine or other large volume applications. The Type 310A fuel pressure regulator includes one Type 32A pilot assembly mounted on the main valve for pressure reducing or wide-open monitoring applications.

The Type 310A fuel pressure regulator has accurate control, tight shutoff, high capacity, reduce relief requirements and fast speed of response.

In addition, minimum installation space is required for the Type 310A fuel pressure regulator.

 

Features

  • High Capacity
  • Tight Shutoff
  • Accurate Control
  • Minimum Installation Space Required

Body Sizes and End Connection Styles

  • 1-inch (DN 25) body with NPT end connection
  • 2, 3, 4 or 4 x 6-inch (DN 50, 80 100 or 100 x 200) bodies with 300 RF, 600 RF, or PN 25 or PN 40 end connection

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 1480 psig (102 bar)

Maximum Outlet (Casing) Pressure

  • 1480 psig (102 bar)

Outlet Pressure Ranges

  • 10 to 750 psig (0,69 to 52 bar) in five ranges

Pressure Registration

  • External

Temperature Capabilities

  • -20 to 300°F (-29 to 149°C)

Dimensions and Approximate Shipping Weights

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627 Series Pressure Reducing Regulators





The 627 Series direct-operated pressure reducing regulators are for low-and high-pressure systems. The 627 Series can be used as farm-tap or small city gate regulators, monitoring regulators, or high-pressure industrial gases.

 

 

Features

  • Internal Relief Valve Available
  • Relief Operation Indicator
  • Easy to Maintain
  • Installation Adaptability
  • Application Versatility
  • Tamper-Resistant
  • Wide Range of Flow Capabilities
  • Tight Shutoff Capability
  • NACE Configuration Available
  • DVGW Approved

Body Sizes and End Connection Styles

  • 3/4-inch (DN 20)
    Ductile Iron: NPT
    WCB Steel:  NPT, 300 RF or 600 RF flanged
  • 1 or 2-inch (DN 25 or 50)
    Ductile Iron:  NPT
    WCB Steel:  NPT, 150 RF, 300 RF, 600 RF, or PN 16/25/40 flanged

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 2000 psig (138 bar) for NPT steel
  • 1480 psig (102 bar) for raised-face flanged steel
  • 1000 psig (69 bar) for ductile iron

Maximum Outlet (Casing) Pressure

  • 1500 psig (103 bar)

Outlet Pressure Range

  • 5 to 500 psig (0,34 to 34,5 bar) in six ranges

Pressure Registration

  • Refer to Bulletin

Shipping Weights

  • Ductile Iron or Steel Casings:  10 lb (4,5 kg)
  • Aluminum Casings: 6.3 lb (2,8 kg)

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Type 630 Pressure Reducing Regulator




The Type 630 Big Joe® regulators are spring-loaded, direct-operated regulators. Variations of the Type 630 can be used as first-stage, farm-tap regulators, or high-pressure industrial regulators. These regulators are very durable and built to take rugged use.

 

 

Features

  • Wide Range of Flow Capabilities
  • Heavy Duty Rugged Construction

Body Size and End Connection Styles

  • Cast Iron
    • 1 or 2-inch (DN 25 or 50) NPT
  • Steel
    • 1 or 2-inch (DN 25 or 50) NPT, 150 RF, 300 RF, or 600 RF

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 1500 psig (103 bar)

Maximum Outlet (Casing) Pressure

  • Low Pressure: 20 psig (1,38 bar)
  • High Pressure: Up to 200 psig (13,8 bar)

Outlet Pressure Range

  • 3 to 500 psig (0,21 to 34,5 bar) in 10 ranges

Pressure Registration

  • Internal

Temperature Capabilites

  • -20 to 300°F (-29 to 149°C)

Dimensions and Approximate Shipping Weights

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1301 Series High-Pressure Regulators

 

 

The proven reliability and accurate regulation of the Type 1301F and 1301G direct-operated regulators are used for numerous high-pressure applications with inlet pressures up to 6000 psig (414 bar).  These regulators are available in brass or stainless steel construction.  Their rugged design offers versatility for a wide range of applications.

 

 

Features

  • Durable Stainless Steel Diaphragm
  • Spare Valve Disk Provided
  • ANSI Class VI Shutoff
  • Sour Gas Service Capability

Body Size and End Connection Style

  • 1/4-inch (DN 6) NPT

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 6000 psig (414 bar)

Maximum Outlet Pressure

  • 1301F: 250 psig (17,2 bar)
  • 1301G: 550 psig (38 bar)

Outlet Pressure Ranges

  • 1301F: 10 to 225 psig (0,69 to 16 bar) in three ranges
  • 1301G: 200 to 500 psig (13,8 to 34,5 bar)

Pressure Registration

  • Internal

Temperature Capabilites

  • Nylon Valve Disk and Neoprene Gaskets: -20° to 180°F (-29° to 82°C)
  • (PTFE) Valve Disk and Fluoroelastomer (FKM) Gaskets: -20° to 400°F (-29° to 204°C)
  • (PTFE) Valve Disk and Ethylenepropylene (EPDM) Gaskets: -40° to 300°F (-40° to 149°C)

Approximate Weight

  • 8 pounds (3.6 kg)

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1305 Series Pressure Reducing Regulators



The 1305 Series regulators are direct-operated, pressure reducing regulators that resist hydrate formation and regulator freeze-up. These regulators are suitable for service with natural gas, air, propane, and other gases compatible with the internal parts. 1305 Series regulators are typically used on high-pressure lines from wellheads and separators. 

Features

  • Resists Hydrate Formation and RegulatorFreeze-up
  • Durable
  • Ease of Maintenance
  • High Pressure Capabilities
  • NACE Contruction Available

Body Size and End Connection Style

  • 1/4-inch NPT screwed outlet and 1-inch NPT screwed inlet adaptor connection

Flow Coefficients

  • Wide-Open Cg: 5.5
  • Wide-Open Cv: 0.14
  • C1: 38.5

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 4000 psig (276 bar)

Maximum Outlet (Casing) Pressure

  • Type 1305C: 250 psig (17,2 bar)
  • Type 1305D: 550 psig (37,9 bar)

Outlet Pressure Ranges

  • Type 1305C:
    • 1 to 75 psig (0,069 to 5,2 bar)
    • 5 to 150 psig (0,34 to 10,3 bar)
    • 10 to 225 psig (0,69 to 15,5 bar)
  • Type 1305D:  
    • 200 to 500 psig (13,8 to 34,5 bar)

Pressure Registration

  • Internal

Options

  • 1/4-inch NPT screwed connection for optional pressure gauge or relief valve
  • NACE Construction

Temperature Capabilites

  • -20 to 200°F (-29 to 93°C)

Approximate Weight

  • 6 pounds (2.7 kg)

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Type EZR Pressure Reducing Regulator


The Type EZR pilot-operated, pressure reducing regulators are used for natural gas, air, or other non-corrosive gas applications and include a Type 112 restrictor and a 161EB Series pilot, 161AY Series pilot or a PRX Series pilot.  For applications that have high pressure drops, using a Type 161AYM, 161EBM, or 161EBHM monitor pilot will increase the accuracy of the regulator.

Type EZROSX with Slam-Shut Device

The optional slam-shut device can provide either overpressure or overpressure and underpressure protection by completely shutting off the flow of gas to the downstream system.The slam-shut has a mechanism box and a manometric device. The manometric device is a spring and diaphragm actuator. Its movement activates the detection stage of the mechanism box.The shutoff is a two stage process, the detection stage and the power stage.This separation between detection stage and power stage provides maximum precision, alleviating many false trips caused by environmental vibrations.

Features

  • Robust
  • Quiet Operation
  • Thoroughly Tested
  • Exceptional Design
  • Internally Actuated

Pressure Registration

  • External

Maximum Operating Inlet Pressure

  • 1050 psig (72,4 bar)

Body Sizes and End Connection Styles

  • Cast Iron
    • 2x1, 2, 3, 4, and 6-inch (DN 50x25, 50, 80, 100, and 150)  
      • End Connection Styles(1)
        • NPT (2x1 and 2-inch only) (DN 50x25 and 50 only)
        • ANSI Class 125B FF
        • ANSI Class 250B RF
  • WCC Steel
    • 1, 1-1/4(2), 2x1, 2, 3, 4, 6x4, 8x4, 6, 8x6, 12 x 6-inch (DN 25, 32, 50x25, 50, 80, 100, 150x100, 200x100, 150, 200x150, and 300x150)  
      • End Connection Styles(1)
        • NPT or SWE (1, 2x1 and 2-inch only) (DN 25, 50x25, and 50 only)
        • ANSI Class 150 RF
        • ANSI Class 300 RF
        • ANSI Class 600 RF or BWE
  • LCC Steel
    • 8-inch (DN 200)  
      • End Connection Styles(1)
        • ANSI Class 150 RF
        • ANSI Class 300 RF
        • ANSI Class 600 RF

(1)Ratings and end connections for other than ANSI standard can usually be provided.
(2)Available in steel NPT only.
Pressure Registration

  • External

Options

  • Integral Slam-Shut Device
  • Prepiped Pilot Supply and Pilot Bleed
  • Travel Indicator
  • Inlet Strainer
  • Type 252 Pilot Supply Filter
  • Trim Package
  • Restricted Capacity Trim
  • Pilot Diaphragm for Pressure Loading
  • Quick Disconnect Union in Pilot Mounting

Approximate Weights

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64 Series Instrument Supply Regulator




The 64 Series regulators are typically used to provide reduced pressures to pneumatic and electropneumatic instruments. The Type 64R has token internal relief. The 64 Series regulators are suitable for other air applications, including air chucks, air jets, and spray guns.


 


Features

  • Versatility
  • Body Side Connection
  • Easy Maintenance
  • Sour Gas Service Capability

Body Size and End Connection Style

  • 1/2-inch (DN 15) NPT

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 250 psig (17,2 bar)

Maximum Outlet (Casing) Pressure

  • 220 psig (15,2 bar)

Outlet Pressure Range

  • 3 to 150 psig (0,21 to 10,3 bar) in six ranges

Flow Coefficients

  • Wide-Open Cg: 35.6
  • Wide-Open Cv: 0.91
  • C1: 39.0\

Pressure Registration

  • Internal

Temperature Capabilites

  • Nitrile (NBR): -20° to 150°F (-29 to 66°C)
  • Fluoroelastomer (FKM): 0° to 300°F (-18° to 149°C)

Shipping Weight

  • 2.25 pounds (1,01 kg)

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67C Series Instrument Supply Regulators



The 67C Series air pressure regulators are typically used to provide constantly controlled, reduced pressures to pneumatic and electropneumatic controllers and other instruments. These direct-operated regulators are suitable for most air or gas applications.   
The 67C Series air pressure regulators are suitable for most air or gas applications. Other applications include providing reduced pressures to air chucks, air jets, and spray guns

Features

  • Designed for Digital Instrumentation
  • Optional Smart Bleed©
  • Optional Stainless Steel Construction
  • Compact and Light Weight
  • No Air Loss
  • Optional Integral Filter
  • Optional Internal Relief Valve
  • NACE Construction Available

Body Size and End Connection Style

  • 1/4-inch (DN 6) NPT

Maximum Inlet Pressure (Body Rating)

  • All except 67CS and 67CSR:  250 psig (17,2 bar)
  • Type 67CS and 67CSR: 400 psig (27,6 bar)

Maximum Emergency Outlet Pressure

  • 50 psi (3,4 bar) over outlet pressure setting

Wide-Open Flow Coefficients

  • Main Valve: Cg: 11.7; Cv: 0.36; C1: 32.2
  • Internal Relief Valve: Cg: 1.45; Cv: 0.045; C1: 32.8

Pressure Registration

  • Internal

Temperature Capabilites

  • With Nitrile (NBR):
    • Standard Bolting: -20° to 180°F (-29° to 82°C)
    • Stainless Steel Bolting: -40° to 180°F (-40° to 82°C)
  • With Fluoroelastomer (FKM): 0° to 300°F (-18° to 149°C)
  • With Silicon (VMQ) Diaphragm and Low Temperature Bolting: -60° to 180°F (-51° to 82°C)
  • With Gauges: -20°F to 180°F (-29° to 82°C)

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1301 Series High-Pressure Regulators




The proven reliability and accurate regulation of the Type 1301F and 1301G direct-operated regulators are used for numerous high-pressure applications with inlet pressures up to 6000 psig (414 bar).  These regulators are available in brass or stainless steel construction.  Their rugged design offers versatility for a wide range of applications.

 

 


Features

  • Durable Stainless Steel Diaphragm
  • Spare Valve Disk Provided
  • ANSI Class VI Shutoff
  • Sour Gas Service Capability

Body Size and End Connection Style

  • 1/4-inch (DN 6) NPT

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 6000 psig (414 bar)

Maximum Outlet Pressure

 

  • 1301F: 250 psig (17,2 bar)
  • 1301G: 550 psig (38 bar)

Outlet Pressure Ranges

  • 1301F: 10 to 225 psig (0,69 to 16 bar) in three ranges
  • 1301G: 200 to 500 psig (13,8 to 34,5 bar)

Pressure Registration

  • Internal

Temperature Capabilites

  • Nylon Valve Disk and Neoprene Gaskets: -20° to 180°F (-29° to 82°C)
  • (PTFE) Valve Disk and Fluoroelastomer (FKM) Gaskets: -20° to 400°F (-29° to 204°C)
  • (PTFE) Valve Disk and Ethylenepropylene (EPDM) Gaskets: -40° to 300°F (-40° to 149°C)

Approximate Weight

  • 8 pounds (3.6 kg)

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Type 1367 High Pressure Instrument Supply System




The Type 1367 high-pressure instrument supply system takes a pressure of up to 2000 psig (138 bar) and reduces it to a controlled pressure to be used for supplying a pneumatic instrument. This system consists of filters, regulators, and relief valves.

 

 

 

Features

  • Regulation and Overpressure Protection in One Complete Package
  • Installation Flexibility
  • Capability for Continuous Moisture Removal
  • NACE Capabilities

Pressure Registration

  • Internal

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 2000 psig (138 bar)

Outlet Pressure Range

  • 5 to 35 psig (0,34 to 2,4 bar)

Temperature Capabilites

  • -20 to 150°F (-29 to 66°C)

Approximate Weight

  • 12 pounds (5,4 kg)

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Y600A Series Pressure Reducing Regulator



The Y600A Series self-operated, spring-loaded regulators provide economical pressure reducing control in a variety of commercial and industrial applications.  The large diaphragm area provides more accurate control at low-pressure settings, and the pitot tube of the Type Y600A and Y600AR regulator also creates a dynamic boost that helps provide greater capacity.


Features

  • Corrosion Resistance
  • Tamper-Resistant Adjustment
  • Ease of Inspection and Maintenance
  • Precision Control at Low-Pressure Settings

Body Size (Inlet x Outlet) and End Connection Style

  • 3/4 x 3/4 (DN 20 x 20) or 1 x 1-inch (DN 25 x 25) NPT

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 150 psig (10,3 bar)

Maximum Outlet Pressure (Casing)

  • 20 psig (1,4 bar)

Temperature Capabilites

  • -20 to 180°F (-29 to 82°C)

Pressure Registration

  • Internal or External

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Y690A Series Tank Blanketing Valve

The Y690A Series Gas Blanketing Regulator System reduces a high-pressure gas, such as nitrogen, to maintain a protective environment above any liquid stored in a tank or vessel. The regulator system replaces the volume of vapors with a volume of blanketing gas to prevent the internal vessel pressure from decreasing, when liquid is being pumped out or when the vessel is suddenly cooled, causing vapors to contract. In both cases a slight positive vessel pressure prevents outside, air, moisture and other contaminants from entering the vessel. The Type Y690A is a direct-operated regulator used for accurate pressure control on very low pressure blanketing systems. Downstream pressure is sensed through a pitot tube installed in the lower casing of the regulator, thus no external control line is required. The Type Y690AM uses a control line to more accurately control the pressure if the regulator is mounted away from the tank.

Features

  • Easy Conversion Between Constructions
  • Sour Gas Service Capability
  • Inlet Pressure Equals Outlet Pressure
  • Corrosion Resistance
  • Multiple Applications

Body Sizes

  • 3/4 or 1-inch (DN 20 or 25)

Maximum Allowable Inlet Pressure

  • 150 psig (10,3 bar)

Maximum Outlet Pressure (Casing)

  • 150 psig (10,3 bar)

Maximum Emergency Outlet Pressure to Avoid Internal Parts Damage

  • 150 psig (10,3 bar)

Material Temperature Capabilities

  • Nitrile (NBR): -20 to 180º F (-29 to 82ºC)
  • Fluoroelastomer (FKM): 40 to 300ºF (4 to 149ºC)
  • Ethylenepropylene (EPDM): -20 to 300ºF (-29 to 149ºC)
  • Perfluoroelastomer(FFKM): -20 to 300ºF (-29 to 149C)

Pressure Setting Adjustment

  • Adjusting

Spring Case Connection

  • 1/4-inch NPT

Diaphragm Case Connection

  • 1/2-inch NPT

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95H Series Pressure Reducing Regulators




The 95H Series regulators are compact, rugged, direct-operated, pressure reducing regulators.  The units are available in 1/4 through 2-inch (DN 6 through 50) body sizes and are offered with several different end connection styles.  They are designed to handle inlet pressures up to 600 psig (41,4 bar). 

 


Features

  • Versatility
  • Optional Elastomer Seats for Tight Shutoff
  • In-Line Maintenance
  • High Stability
  • Compact, Rugged Construction

Body Sizes and End Connection Styles

  • 1/4-Inch (DN 6)
    • Cast Iron Body:  NPT
    • Steel, Stainless Steel, Hastelloy C or Monel Body:  NPT
  • 1/2, 3/4, 1, 1-1/2 or 2-inch (DN 15, 20, 25, 40 or 50)
    • Cast Iron Body: NPT
    • Steel, Stainless Steel, Hastelloy C or Monel Body:  NPT, 150 RF, 300 RF, SWE, or PN 16/25/40

Temperature Capabilites

  • -40ºF to 650ºF (-40ºC to 343ºC)

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 600 psig (41,4 bar)

Outlet Pressure Ranges

  • 5 to 400 psig (0,34 to 27,6 bar) in several ranges

Pressure Registration

  • Internal

Approximate Weights

  • 1/4-inch (DN 6):  4 lbs (1,8 kg)
  • 1/2-inch (DN 15):  8 lbs (3,6 kg)
  • 3/4 or 1-inch (DN 20 or 25): 20 lbs (9,1 kg)
  • 1-1/2 or 2-inch (DN 40 or 50): 73 lbs (33,1 kg)

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95 Series Pressure Reducing Regulator


The 95H Series regulators are compact, rugged, direct-operated, pressure reducing regulators.  These units are available in 1/4 through 2-inch (DN 6 through 50) body sizes and are offered with several different end connection styles.  They are designed to handle inlet pressures up to 600 psig (41,4 bar).
The 95L Series regulators are compact, rugged, direct-operated pressure regulators for outlet pressures of 2 to 30 psig (0,14 to 2,1 bar).  The units are available in 1/4 through 1-inch sizes and are offered in several different end connection styles.  These regulators are designed to handle inlet pressures up to 300 psig (20,7 bar).

Features

  • Versatility
  • Optional Elastomer Seats for Tight Shutoff
  • In-Line Maintenance
  • High Stability
  • Compact, Rugged Construction

Body Size and End Connection Style

  • Cast Iron Body
    • 95H Series: 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 1, 1-1/2 or 2-inch (DN 6, 15, 20, 25, 40 or 50) body size NPT end connection
    • 95L Series: 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 or 1-inch (DN 6, 15, 20 or 25) body size NPT end connection
  • Steel or Stainless Steel
    • 95H Series: 1/4-inch (DN 6) body size NPT end connection
    • 95H Series: 1/2, 3/4, 1, 1-1/2 or 2-inch (DN 15, 20, 25, 40 or 50) body size NPT, 150RF, 300RF, SWE, or PN 16/25/40 end connection
    • 95L Series: 1/2, 3/4 or 1-inch (DN 15, 20 or 25) body size NPT, 150RF, 300RF, or PN 16/25/40 end connection

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 95H Series: 600 psig (41,4 bar)
  • 95L Series: 300 psig (20,7 bar)

Outlet Pressure Ranges

  • 95H Series: 5 to 400 psig (0,34 to 27,6 bar) in several ranges
  • 95L Series:  2 to 30 psig (0,14 to 2,1 bar) in three ranges

Pressure Registration

  • 95 Series: Internal

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Type 63EG Relief Valve or Backpressure Regulator

The 63EG pilot-operated pressure relief valves or backpressure regulator are suitable for gas services and throttling backpressure applications, such as on oilfield separators. The Type 63EG relief valve or backpressure regulator utilizes the 6358 Series pilots. The unique hollow valve stem in these pilots provides quick pressure registration on top of the main valve plug preventing main valve unseating during normal system startup.

The Type 63EG backpressure regulator is also suitable for throttling backpressure or bypass applications.

The Type 63EG backpressure regulator may be installed in any orientation, as long as flow through it matches the direction of the arrow on the main valve body.

Features

  • Low Buildup Capability
  • Labor-Saving Trim
  • Economical and Compact Installation in Any Position
  • No Assembly Adjustments
  • Noise Reduction Capability
  • NACE Construction Available

Maximum Relief (Inlet) Pressure

  • 400 psig (27,6 bar)

Relief Set Pressure Range

  • 10 to 400 psig (0,69 to 27,6 bar) in nine ranges

Temperature Capabilites

  • -20 to 180°F (-29 to 82°C)

Options

  • Whisper Trim
  • Nace Construction
  • Type 252 filter aluminum or stainless steel construction

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289 Series Relief Valve / Backpressure Regulators


The 289 Series pressure relief valves are throttling relief valves used downstream of pressure regulators to protect the downstream system from overpressure. A smooth throttling action minimizes pressure surges in the system during relief operation. The 289 Series pressure relief valves are ideal for low-pressure settings due to the increased sensitivity provided by a large diaphragm area. These pressure relief valves are available in 3/4, 1 or 2-inch (DN 20, 25 or 50) body sizes.  The 289 Series pressure relief valves are small and compact, making them suitable for areas limited in space.


Features

  • Compact
  • High Flow Rates
  • Reliability Due to Simplicity
  • Tight Shutoff

Body Sizes and End Connection Styles

  • 3/4, 1, or 2-inch (DN 20, 25 or 50) NPT

Maximum Relief (Inlet) Pressure

  • 100 psig (6,9 bar)

Relief Set Pressure Range

  • 7-inches w.c. to 75 psig (0,02 to 5,2 bar) in several ranges

Pressure Registration

  • Internal

Temperature Capabilites

  • Nitrile: -20 to 180°F (-29 to 82°C)
  • Fluoroelastomers (FKM): 20 to 300°F (-7 to 149°C) / Available with Types 289H and 289HH only

Shipping Weights

  • Type 289H
    1-inch (DN 25) - 4 lb (1,8 kg)
    2-inch (DN 50) - 15 lb (6,8 kg)
  • Type 289HH
    1-inch (DN 25) - 4 lb (1,8 kg)
  • Type 289L
    3/4 or 1-inch (DN 20 or 25) - 1.5 lb (0,68 kg)

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Type 1805 Relief Valve




The Type 1805 relief valve is designed for use in farm tap applications where a relief valve is needed between the first and second-stage regulators. Relief pressures range from 5 to 125 psig (0,34 to 8,6 bar). Maximum pressure, including buildup, is 150 psig (10,3 bar). The Type 1805 relief valve is suitable for natural gas, air, propane, or any medium compatible with the internal valve parts.

 

 

Features

  • Tight Shutoff
  • Easy Maintenance
  • Simple Adjustment
  • Complete Venting

Body Size and End Connection Styles

  • 1, 3/4, 1-1/2, or 2-inch NPT Screwed

Maximum Relief (Inlet) Pressure

  • 150 psig (10,3 bar), including buildup

Relief Set Pressure Ranges

  • 5 to 125 psig (0,34 to 8,6 bar) in three ranges for each body size

Temperature Capabilites

  • -20 to 180°F (-29 to 82°C)

Options

  • Cast iron spring case
  • Cast iron spring case with closing cap and 1/4-inch NPT ventplaced over adjusting screw

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Types 1808 and 1808A Relief Valve or Backpressure Regulator



The Type 1808 globe-style and 1808A angle-style pilot-operated backpressure regulators or relief valves are economical, compact devices used in gas or liquid service to maintain pressure on oil and gas separators, and in pressure relief applications in gas distribution systems.

 

Features

  • Simple, Reliable Design
  • Compact and Lightweight
  • Convenient Installation in any Position
  • Quick Disassembly
  • Optional External Registration for Reduced Buildup
  • High Capacity

Body Size and End Connection Style

  • 2-inch NPT screwed

Maximum Relief (Inlet) Pressure

  • 150 psig (10,3 bar), including buildup
    Relief Set Pressure Range
  • 5 to 125 psig (0,34 to 8,6 bar)

Wide-Open Sizing Coefficients

  • Type 1808: Cg 1410, Cv: 40.1, C1: 35.2
  • Type 1808A: Cg: 1808, Cv: 51.7, C1: 35

Temperature Capabilites

  • -20 to 180°F (-29 to 82°C)

Pilot Tubing and Connections

  • 1/4-inch NPT with or without P590 Series Filter

Options

  • Upstream control line construction

Approximate Weight

  • 1808: 22 pounds (10 kg)
  • 1808A: 25 pounds (11 kg)

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Type EZR Pressure Reducing Regulator



The Type EZR pilot-operated, pressure reducing regulators are used for natural gas, air, or other non-corrosive gas applications and include a Type 112 restrictor and a 161EB Series pilot, 161AY Series pilot or a PRX Series pilot.  For applications that have high pressure drops, using a Type 161AYM, 161EBM, or 161EBHM monitor pilot will increase the accuracy of the regulator.

Type EZROSX with Slam-Shut Device

The optional slam-shut device can provide either overpressure or overpressure and underpressure protection by completely shutting off the flow of gas to the downstream system.The slam-shut has a mechanism box and a manometric device. The manometric device is a spring and diaphragm actuator. Its movement activates the detection stage of the mechanism box.The shutoff is a two stage process, the detection stage and the power stage.This separation between detection stage and power stage provides maximum precision, alleviating many false trips caused by environmental vibrations.

Features

  • Robust
  • Quiet Operation
  • Thoroughly Tested
  • Exceptional Design
  • Internally Actuated

Pressure Registration

  • External

Maximum Operating Inlet Pressure

  • 1050 psig (72,4 bar)

Body Sizes and End Connection Styles

  • Cast Iron
    • 2x1, 2, 3, 4, and 6-inch (DN 50x25, 50, 80, 100, and 150)  
      • End Connection Styles(1)
        • NPT (2x1 and 2-inch only) (DN 50x25 and 50 only)
        • ANSI Class 125B FF
        • ANSI Class 250B RF
  • WCC Steel
    • 1, 1-1/4(2), 2x1, 2, 3, 4, 6x4, 8x4, 6, 8x6, 12 x 6-inch (DN 25, 32, 50x25, 50, 80, 100, 150x100, 200x100, 150, 200x150, and 300x150)  
      • End Connection Styles(1)
        • NPT or SWE (1, 2x1 and 2-inch only) (DN 25, 50x25, and 50 only)
        • ANSI Class 150 RF
        • ANSI Class 300 RF
        • ANSI Class 600 RF or BWE
  • LCC Steel
    • 8-inch (DN 200)  
      • End Connection Styles(1)
        • ANSI Class 150 RF
        • ANSI Class 300 RF
        • ANSI Class 600 RF

(1)Ratings and end connections for other than ANSI standard can usually be provided.
(2)Available in steel NPT only.
Pressure Registration

  • External

Options

  • Integral Slam-Shut Device
  • Prepiped Pilot Supply and Pilot Bleed
  • Travel Indicator
  • Inlet Strainer
  • Type 252 Pilot Supply Filter
  • Trim Package
  • Restricted Capacity Trim
  • Pilot Diaphragm for Pressure Loading
  • Quick Disconnect Union in Pilot Mounting

Approximate Weights

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Type H120 Relief Valve



The Type H120 self-operated relief valve has a preset and pinned spring retainer.  The inlet pressure registers directly on a spring-opposed poppet assembly which includes a nitrile disk.  When the inlet pressure increases above the spring setting, the poppet and disk assembly is pushed away from the metal seat.  Springs are available that provide various fixed relief pressures from 35 to 350 psig (2,4 to 24 bar).

 

Features

  • Space-Saving Construction
  • Economical
  • Durable
  • Optional Protective Cap

Body Size and End Connection

  • 1/4-inch (DN 6) NPT

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 420 psig (29 bar)

Fixed Relief Pressures

  • 35 to 350 psig (2,4 to 24 bar) with nine factory settings

Temperature Capabilites

  • -20º to 160ºF (-29º to 71ºC)

Approximate Weight

  • 1/4 lb (0,1 kg)

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Type 168, 168H & 68-2 Three-Way Switching Valves

The Type 168 and 168H three-way, snap-acting switching valves provide fast, positive switching of pneumatic pressures in response to a predetermined change in a pneumatic input signal. These switches can be used to open and close pneumatically operated control valves, to load or exhaust pneumatic systems, or to operate a variety of pneumatic equipment.

The Type 68-2 is a three-way, snap-acting switching valve that forms the valve body portion of the Type 168 and 168H switching valves. A manual reset switch may be adapted to the Type 168 and 168H switching valves to provide for manual reset. An extension of the trip lever allows the Type 68-2 to be used as a manual switching valve.

Features

  • Fast, Positive Switching Action
  • Full Adjustablility
  • Three-Way or On/Off Action
  • Automatic or Manual Reset

Temperature Capabilites

  • -10° to 180°F (-23° to 82°C)

Maximum Allowable Pressure

  • 50 to 150 psig (3,4 to 10,3 bar)

Approximate Weight

  • Type 68-2: 0.5 pound (0,23 kg)
  • Type 168: 3 pounds (1,36 kg)
  • Type 168H: 5 pounds (2,26 kg)

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Type 119 Switching Valve





The Type 119 switching valve is used for on-off or throttling control of noncorrosive or mildly corrosive gases. It is designed to meet low-pressure gas application requirements in many varied industries.

 

 

Features

  • Easy Installation
  • Quick and Easy Leak Detection
  • Simple Spring Adjustment
  • In-Line Maintenance
  • Low Leakage

Body Size and End Connection Styles

  • 3/4, 1, or 1-1/4 inch (DN 20, 25 or 32) NPT end connections

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 150 psig (10,3 bar)

Maximum Pressure Drop

  • 150 psig (10,3 bar)

Actuator Pressure Connection

  • 1/4-inch NPT female

Spring Case and Bonnet Vents

  • 1/4-inch NPT female

Temperature Capabilites

  • Nitrile: -20 to 180°F (-29 to 82°C)
  • Fluoroelastomer (FKM): 0 to 300°F (-18 to 149°C)

Approximate Weight

  • 6 pounds (2,7 kg)

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Type 122A Three-Way Switching Valve




The Type 122A valve is a high-capacity, economical three-way pneumatic switching valve for on-off applications. This valve can be used for diverging or converging gaseous service, diverging liquid service with gas-loaded liquids, and converging liquid service.

 

 

Features

  • Convenient Installation
  • Easy Leak Detection
  • Easy Maintenance

Body Sizes and End Connection Styles

  • Connections A and C: 3/4 and 1-inch (DN 20 and DN 25) bodies with NPT end connections
  • Connection B: 3/4-inch (DN 20) bodies with NPT end connection

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 150 psig (10,3 bar)

Maximum Control Pressure To Diaphragm

  • 150 psig (10,3 bar)

Spring Ranges

  • 3 to 150 psig (0,2 to 10,3 bar) in six ranges

Temperature Capabilites

  • -20 to 150°F (-29 to 66°C)

Approximate Weight

  • 5 pounds (2,3 kg)

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122R Switching Valves





Type 122R valves are economical switching valves for on-off control of liquids and gases. The Type 122R valve has push-down-to-open action. 

 

 

 

Features

  • Convenient Installation
  • Easy Leak Detection
  • Easy Maintenance

Body Size and End Connection Styles

  • 3/4, 1, or 1-1/4-inch (DN 20, 25, or 32) NPT

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 150 psig (10,3 bar)

Maximum Control Pressure to Diaphragm

  • 150 psig (10,3 bar)

Spring Ranges

  • 3 to 150 psig (0,2 to 10,3 bar) in six ranges

Temperature Capabilites

  • -20° to 150°F (-29° to 66°C)

Approximate Weight

  • 5 pounds (2,3 kg)

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Types 164 and 164A Switching Valves





The Types 164 and 164A switching valves are pneumatically operated and controlled units, built with a wide range of capabilities to handle those switching applications that involve venting, on-off control, and failure modes.

 

Features

  • Versatile
  • Easy, Accurate Adjustment
  • Rugged, Compact Construction

Maximum Valve Body Pressure

  • 250 psig (17,2 bar)

Maximum Diaphragm Pressure

  • 200 psig (13,8 bar)

Temperature Capabilites

  • -20 to 180°F (-29 to 82°C)

Approximate Weight

  • 4 lbs (1.8 kg)

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Type 167A Three-Way Switching Valve




The Type 167A three-way switching valve is installed to provide switching or lock-up action in the event that the system operation deviates from normal. The compact size and simplicity of this valve make it especially suitable for field or panel mounting.

 

 

Features

  • Convenient Installation
  • Easy, Accurate Adjustment
  • Easy Maintenance

Maximum Inlet Pressure

  • 250 psig (17,2 bar)

Maximum Control Signal Pressure

  • 100 psig (6,9 bar)

Temperature Capabilites

  • Nitrile: -20 to 150°F (-29 to 66°C)
  • Fluoroelastomers: 0 to 300°F (-18 to 149°C)

Approximate Weight

  • 1 pound (0,5 kg)

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Type 168, 168H & 68-2 Three-Way Switching Valves

The Type 168 and 168H three-way, snap-acting switching valves provide fast, positive switching of pneumatic pressures in response to a predetermined change in a pneumatic input signal. These switches can be used to open and close pneumatically operated control valves, to load or exhaust pneumatic systems, or to operate a variety of pneumatic equipment.

The Type 68-2 is a three-way, snap-acting switching valve that forms the valve body portion of the Type 168 and 168H switching valves. A manual reset switch may be adapted to the Type 168 and 168H switching valves to provide for manual reset. An extension of the trip lever allows the Type 68-2 to be used as a manual switching valve.

Features

  • Fast, Positive Switching Action
  • Full Adjustablility
  • Three-Way or On/Off Action
  • Automatic or Manual Reset

Temperature Capabilites

  • -10° to 180°F (-23° to 82°C)

Maximum Allowable Pressure

  • 50 to 150 psig (3,4 to 10,3 bar)

Approximate Weight

  • Type 68-2: 0.5 pound (0,23 kg)
  • Type 168: 3 pounds (1,36 kg)
  • Type 168H: 5 pounds (2,26 kg)

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98 Series Relief Valve or Backpressure Regulator

The 98H Series backpressure/relief valves are direct-operated.  The Type 98HD uses additional pressure loading to maintain relief differential pressures or backpressures.

The 98L Series are direct-operated backpressure/relief valves that are used in a variety of liquid or gas applications, such as pump recirculation, general backpressure, and relief applications.  The Type 98LD uses additional pressure loading to maintain relief differential pressures or backpressure.


Features

  • Highly versatile
  • Close, stable regulation
  • Compact, rugged design
  • Wide material selection
  • In-line maintenance
  • Hastelloy C and Monel materials available
  • Chemically compatible elastomers
  • NACE construction available

Body Size and End Connection Style
98H Series

  • Cast Iron
    1/4 (DN 6) body size NPT end connections
    1/2, 3/4, 1-1/2, 2 (DN 15, 20, 25, 40 or 50) body size NPT end connections
  • Steel or Stainless Steel
    1/4 (DN 6) body size NPT end connections
    1/2, 3/4, 1-1/2, 2 (DN 15, 20, 25, 40 or 50) body size NPT, 150 RF, 300 RF, SWE, PN 16/25/40

98L Series

  • Cast Iron
    1/4 (6 DN) body size NPT end connections
    1/2, 3/4 or 1 (DN 15, 20 or 25) body size NPT end connections
  • Steel, Stainless Steel, Monel or Hastelloy C
    1/4 (DN 6) body size NPT end connection
    1/2, 3/4, or 1 (DN 15, 20 or 25) body size NPT end connections

Maximum Relief (Inlet) Pressures

  • 98H: 300 psig (20,7 bar)
  • 98HH and 98HD: 400 psig (27,6 bar) 
  • 98L: 125 psig (8,6 bar)
  • 98LD: 150 psig (10,3 bar)

Relief Set or Differential Pressure Ranges

  • 98H and 98HD: 5 to 200 psig (0,34 to 13,8 bar) in four ranges for each body size
  • 98HH: 150 to 375 psig (10,3 to 25,9 bar) in one range
  • 98L Series: 2 to 38 psig (0,14 to 2,62 bar)

Approximate Weights
Type 98H:

  • 1/4 and 1/2-inch (DN 6 and 15) Body: 7 lbs (3,18 kg)
  • 3/4 and 1-inch (DN 20 and 25) Body: 16 lbs (7,26 kg)
  • 1-1/2 and 2-inch (DN 40 and 50) Body: 55 lbs (25 kg)

Type 98L:

  • 1/4-inch (DN 6) Body: 6 lbs (2,80 kg)
  • 1/2-inch (DN 15) Body: 13 lbs (5,90 kg)
  • 3/4 and 1-inch (DN 20 and 25) Body: 30 lbs (13,6 kg)

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98 Series Relief Valve or Backpressure Regulator

The 98H Series backpressure/relief valves are direct-operated.  The Type 98HD uses additional pressure loading to maintain relief differential pressures or backpressures.

The 98L Series are direct-operated backpressure/relief valves that are used in a variety of liquid or gas applications, such as pump recirculation, general backpressure, and relief applications.  The Type 98LD uses additional pressure loading to maintain relief differential pressures or backpressure.


Features

  • Highly versatile
  • Close, stable regulation
  • Compact, rugged design
  • Wide material selection
  • In-line maintenance
  • Hastelloy C and Monel materials available
  • Chemically compatible elastomers
  • NACE construction available

Body Size and End Connection Style
98H Series

  • Cast Iron
    1/4 (DN 6) body size NPT end connections
    1/2, 3/4, 1-1/2, 2 (DN 15, 20, 25, 40 or 50) body size NPT end connections
  • Steel or Stainless Steel
    1/4 (DN 6) body size NPT end connections1/2, 3/4, 1-1/2, 2 (DN 15, 20, 25, 40 or 50) body size NPT, 150 RF, 300 RF, SWE, PN 16/25/40

98L Series

  • Cast Iron
    1/4 (6 DN) body size NPT end connections
    1/2, 3/4 or 1 (DN 15, 20 or 25) body size NPT end connections
  • Steel, Stainless Steel, Monel or Hastelloy C
    1/4 (DN 6) body size NPT end connection
    1/2, 3/4, or 1 (DN 15, 20 or 25) body size NPT end connections

Maximum Relief (Inlet) Pressures

  • 98H: 300 psig (20,7 bar)
  • 98HH and 98HD: 400 psig (27,6 bar)
  • 98L: 125 psig (8,6 bar)
  • 98LD: 150 psig (10,3 bar)

Relief Set or Differential Pressure Ranges

  • 98H and 98HD: 5 to 200 psig (0,34 to 13,8 bar) in four ranges for each body size
  • 98HH: 150 to 375 psig (10,3 to 25,9 bar) in one range
  • 98L Series: 2 to 38 psig (0,14 to 2,62 bar)

Approximate Weights
Type 98H:

  • 1/4 and 1/2-inch (DN 6 and 15) Body: 7 lbs (3,18 kg)
  • 3/4 and 1-inch (DN 20 and 25) Body: 16 lbs (7,26 kg)
  • 1-1/2 and 2-inch (DN 40 and 50) Body: 55 lbs (25 kg)

Type 98L:

  • 1/4-inch (DN 6) Body: 6 lbs (2,80 kg)
  • 1/2-inch (DN 15) Body: 13 lbs (5,90 kg)
  • 3/4 and 1-inch (DN 20 and 25) Body: 30 lbs (13,6 kg)

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