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Video Shows Electronic Back Pressure Control

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Video Shows Electronic Back Pressure Control

Controlling back pressure with an electronic signal is easily achieved by combining an Equilibar pilot operated back pressure control valve with an electronic air pressure regulator. This short video shows an Equilibar LF ‘low flow’ series back pressure regulator being pilot operated by a 0 to 1000psi command pressure.

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To Learn More About Electronically Controlling Back Pressure

Use the links below to learn more about all the options for both the electronic pilot regulator and for the precision pilot operated Equilibar back pressure regulator.

Electronic Pilot Regulators

Electronic pilot regulators have many options. Full scale pressure range options include full vacuum, inches of water column, and as high as 5000psi in gauge and absolute references. Command signal options include traditional analog 4-20mA and 0-10VDC signals as well as advanced serial digital commands including RS232/485 Modbus and Ethernet IP. Click here to learn more about electronic pilot regulator options.

Precision Back Pressure Regulators

For low flow and high pressure applications, including reactor pressure control, catalysis research, oil reservoir core sample analysis, look at our Research Series Back Pressure Regulators.

For general service applications such as pump recirculation loop pressure control in sizes from 1/4 to 1 inch, look at the Equilibar General Service ‘GS’ Series Back Pressure Regulators.

For high flow rate back pressure applications in port sizes from 1.5 inches to 4 inches look at our rugged bar stock NLB Series Back Pressure Regulators.

For very high flow rate back pressure applications at low to very low pressures (less than one atmosphere positive pressure through full vacuum, +/-15psi) look at our lighter weight welded plate HV Series back pressure regulators.

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