K-DRG PNEU FERNGESTEUERT

Pressure regulators pneumatic remote control

K-DRG PNEU FERNGESTEUERT K-DRG PNEU FERNGESTEUERT
K-DRG PNEU FERNGESTEUERT K-DRG PNEU FERNGESTEUERT

Properties

Input pressure
Max. 25 bar
Output pressure
Acc. to pilot regulator
Media temperature
max. 80 °C
Operating temperature
max. 80 °C
Seal
NBR
Housing
Die cast zinc (G1/2), Aluminium (G3/4 to G2)
Flow rate measurement
At P1 = 8 bar, P2 = 6 bar and pressure drop ∆p = 1 bar

Description

Diaphragm pressure regulators, self-relieving, with pneumatic remote control. The full functionality is assured in combination with a pilot regulator. We recommend using one of our precision or standard pressure regulators with a G 1/4 port as the pilot regulator. To design a closed control loop similar to the sketch below (K-07250511), please use our precision pilot regulator (feedback).

Note

Further information on request

Item

6 Item
Identification Circuit diagram Thread Flow rate nom.
l/min
A
mm
B
K- 07 25 05 05 Circuit diagram G 1/2 5200 82.0 68.0 mm
K- 07 25 05 06 Circuit diagram G 3/4 14000 117.0 108.0 mm
K- 07 25 05 07 Circuit diagram G 1 14000 117.0 108.0 mm
K- 07 25 05 08 Circuit diagram G 1 1/4 35000 125.0 122.0 mm
K- 07 25 05 09 Circuit diagram G 1 1/2 35000 125.0 122.0 mm
K- 07 25 05 10 Circuit diagram G 2 50000 160.0 197.0 mm

Accessories

Additional information

G 1/4 connection for pneumatic remote control

Disclaimer

Despite careful checking, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information included on this site, and we accept no liability.

All data and information in our online catalogue are based on currently valid standards and the regulations from the employer's liability insurance association. Product safety can only be guaranteed when our assembly instructions are carefully observed. Non-adherence to these regulations can affect product operation and functioning and result in a loss of warranty. Our warranty is only valid for HANSA-FLEX products. Our products are constantly subject to further development and technical changes are therefore possible.