To regulate the pressure is used the upper screw of the pilot. Tightening the screw will increase the equilibrium pressure and loosening it will diminish. The screw will be rotated slowly in order to stabilize the pressure.
Reaching the desired pressure, the position of the screw will be fixed by the nut.
For proper operation of the pilot, it is recommended to respect the assembly diagrams, using suitable fittings for the type of thread.
Description El piloto plástico reductor/sostenedor de 3 The 3 way reducing-sustaining plastic pilot, is designed so that once mounted on a hydraulic valve, is transformed into reducing or pressure sustaining, with a working range up to 10 bar. Characteristics Working features Installation Materials Body and cover Plastic with fiberglass Screw, nut and washer Stainless steel
Description The 3 way reducing-sustaining metallic pilot, is designed for mounted with a hydraulic valve, is transformed into reducing or pressure sustaining, and can work at high pressures up to 16 bar. Characteristics Working operation Installation Materials Body and cover Brass Screw and nut Stainless steel Spring Stainless steel Diaphragm Natural rubber Shaft Stainless steel
Description This metal pilot was designed to automatically reduce a fluctuating higher upstream pressure to a constant lower downstream pressure regardless of varying flow rates. Designed to work both static and dynamicDue to the pressure exerted by the spring on the diaphragm, the pilot is in the open position. When the pressure exceeds the regulated