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Equilibar Sanitary EDO Valve

The Equilibar
Difference

Our Performance.

Equilibar back pressure regulators outperform the competition. Our novel patented technology offers superior precision and frictionless control, especially for low flow rates, mixed phase fluids, corrosive media, sanitary requirements and extreme temperatures.

Unparalleled Precision for Research and Industry

Equilibar fluid and pressure control products deliver reliable performance for some of the world’s most complex process conditions. Our dome-loaded, multiple-orifice technology works in a radically different way, providing solutions for difficult problems in a broad range of industries, including catalysis, oil and gas, fuel cells, and aerospace. We also have sanitary valves for biopharma processes.

 

Research Back Pressure Regulators

Equilibar research back pressure regulators offer compactness, flexibility and instantaneous response for laboratory and reactor systems. More

Industrial Back Pressure Regulators

Equilibar industrial back pressure regulators are ideal for a wide range of use including sanitary processes, fuel cells,  and oil and gas. More

Vacuum Pressure Regulators

Equilibar’s vacuum regulating valves use a flexible diaphragm with multiple orifices to offer 5X the stability of traditional spring valves. More

Electronic Pressure Regulators

Equilibar offers a wide range of precision electronic pressure control products for process automation and for providing pilot set-points. More

Pressure Reducing Regulators

Equilibar offers several types of pressure reducing regulators for air and inert gases, including static and very low flow applications. More

What our Customers are Saying

"The products perform well and the customer service was amongst the best I have experienced with my problems dealt with quickly and competently."

Johnson Matthey

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Renewable energy: landfill gas extraction improved with Equilibar EVR

Landfills across the world are filled with organic materials that release a mixture of gases as they decompose. This landfill gas (LFG) is roughly equal parts carbon dioxide and methane plus a few minor components. In years past, LFG was often released to the atmosphere or burned off using a flare system. If the LFG Read More

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