Fluid Pressure Regulators
The ARO I.D.L.® Fluid Regulator features smooth, consistent pressure regulation with easy-turn adjustment.
- Multiple materials of construction
- Standard / High capacity options
- Floating seat design
- Remote models
- Pressure gauge and riser tube included
- “Easy-flush” mode
Fluid Regulator Features
Easy-access Seat Plug
Removable seat plug allows for quick access to the ball and seat of the fluid regulator for immediate seat access. The feature reduces downtime for cleaning or replacing the seat, if needed. It also allows users to switch to different ball and seat sizes to achieve different flow rates.
Larger Adjustment Spring
A large diameter counter-spring is used to ensure a consistent pressure output and wide pressure range capabilities. Models are configurable with different spring range options to provide enhanced performance and improved regulator life-span.
Tamper-resistant Spring Adjust
ARO’s industrial downstream regulator models have a recessed hex-head fitting allowing pressure adjustment using the same 3/8” wrench (included) that removes the housing. This screw is recessed, which helps avoid any accidental or unauthorized adjustment changes.
ARO’s industrial downstream regulator models have a unique flush-out mode, where by simply turning a key (provided) clockwise, the entire center spindle moves downward, forcing the ball off the seat and purging the entire regulator of particle build-up.
Base Housing Material Choices
Low-pressure regulator bases are available in 300 series stainless steel or zinc/aluminum. High-pressure bases are available in 300 series stainless steel or Electroless Nickel-plated carbon steel for wide material compatibility. All regulator seals are constructed of PTFE for maximum chemical compatibility.
Easy-Access Housing Fasteners
Our industrial regulators can be opened for maintenance or inspection by removing four, easy to reach hex-head screws. There’s no need to remove the regulator from the line while doing this, either. The upper housing is constructed of corrosion-resistant zinc aluminum for a sleek, clean appearance and a long, rust-free life.
Back-pressure fluid regulators are typically used in recirculating or closed-loop systems, allowing them to maintain fluid pressure of the system either upstream of the fluid regulator or downstream of the dispensing device. Back-pressure fluid regulators help maintain fluid pressure regardless of changing flow demand triggered by multiple operators or dispense points.
Dead End System