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How does a dome-loaded regulator work?
By Jeff Jennings
Jeff Jennings, PE, is the president of Equilibar and the inventor of Equilibar’s patented fluid control technology. He has worked as a mechanical engineer in the chemical, nuclear, materials, film, and coatings industries. For the past 20 years, he has specialized in complex fluid control. In this extensive article for Water Technology Magazine, Jeff explains exactly how a dome-loaded regulator works compared to other types of regulators and also reviews the differences between a pressure reducing regulator and a back pressure regulator.
What precautions are required when working with oxygen?
By Mitch Spronck
Mitch Spronck is a chemist and account manager for Pressure Control Solutions, a strategic Equilibar partner located in the Netherlands. In this entertaining blog post, Mitch explains the combustion triangle and the specific hazards of working with oxygen in environments where stainless steel is involved. He provides useful tips for safely working with oxygen, especially when pressure is part of the equation.
How do I control the flow of a non-positive displacement pump using a back pressure regulator?
By David Reed
David Reed is vice president of operations for Equilibar and has more than 30 years of experience in the pressure control industry. His practical videos demonstrating fluid control technology have attracted a strong following on YouTube. In this video, David explains how a BPR can be used to control the flow of a non-positive displacement pump and when an engineer should consider this option. While the video uses an Equilibar back pressure regulator to illustrate the method, almost any BPR would work in a similar fashion.
Equilibar was featured on the cover of the November issue of Flow Control Magazine for the article, “Beyond the classroom: an expanded view of flow control.” Written by Equilibar’s Jeff Jennings, the article explains how innovative developments over the past 20 years have resulted in new ways of taking advantage of the interaction between flow Read More