Pressure reducing regulators

Pressure reducing regulators, also known as pressure reducing valves, are mechanical devices which achieve automated pressure control without an external power source. Pressure reducing regulators reduce a high, often variable upstream pressure to a lower, steady outlet pressure despite varying flow demand from the equipment it is supplying. To match this demand, the pressure reducing regulator valve throttles, allowing more flow when demand increases and choking off flow when demand decreases. Pressure reducing regulators can be direct-operated or pilot-operated.

Pressure reducing valves are the most common method for reducing steam pressure and controlling steam flow, because they are the most cost-effective valve arrangement.

Here you can find pressure reducing regulators for liquid, steam or gas.

Pressure reducing regulator

Any questions?

Joachim Nyqvist
Solution Seller
Phone. +46 54-57 92 17

Joakim Karlsson
Solution Seller
Phone. +46 54-57 92 16

Kenneth Olsson
Account Manager
Phone. +46 54-57 92 04

Anders Praem
Inside Sales Engineer
Phone. +45 2137 7759

Frank Kirk Hansen
Area Account Manager West
Phone. +45 4053 6511

Slawka Pedersen
Inside Sales Manager
Phone. +45 2137 7702

Henna Ketoja
Inside Sales Engineer
Mob. +358 400 612 124

Tommi Penttilä
Sales Manager Conventional Power
Phone. +358 207 416 208