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  1. Control Valves Liquid Level Control Pressure Control Temperature Control Glycol Pump

  2. Our Business is to Provide Our Customers The Ability to…

  3. CONTROL

  4. Gas Pilot Operated Regulators

  5. What do they do? Where are they used? How do they work? Gas Pilot Operated Regulators

  6. Gas Pilot Operated Regulators Maintains Constant Upstream Pressure FLOW

  7. Gas Pilot Operated Regulators Maintains Constant Downstream Pressure FLOW

  8. Gas Pilot Operated Regulators Maintains Constant Differential Pressure FLOW

  9. What do they do? Where would I see a Back Pressure Regulator? How do they work? Gas Pilot Operated Regulators

  10. Gas Pilot Operated Regulators Gas Fluids coming in Back Pressure Regulator Liquid

  11. Heater Treater Kimray Back Pressure Regulator

  12. Horizontal Separator Back Pressure Regulators

  13. Back Pressure Regulator Maintains constant upstream pressure Intermittent bleed pilot Single adjustment Accurate control Full line size opening Pressure range: 5 to 280 psig Available in cast iron, ductile iron, or steel Available in sizes 1” through 6”

  14. What do they do? Where would I see one? How do they work? Back Pressure Regulator

  15. Back Pressure Regulator

  16. Below Setpoint-Closing Valve

  17. Above Setpoint - Venting

  18. At Setpoint – Both Ports Closed

  19. The Truth About P-Nuts Understanding a few basic facts about the Pilot Plug will equip you to trouble shoot 90% of Pilot and Regulator problems.

  20. The Truth About P-Nuts The Pilot Plug operates within a few thousandths of an inch of both its seats. Gas flowing past the Pilot Plug must be clean. Gas flowing past the Pilot Plug must be dry. A loose seat can keep the lower Pilot Plug port from opening.

  21. Back Pressure Regulator

  22. Back Pressure-Non Venting

  23. BP BP-NV

  24. Liquid Back Pressure +

  25. BP LBP +

  26. Back Pressure Regulator 500 psi

  27. Back Pressure to Vacuum Regulator

  28. What do they do? Where would I see a Pressure Reducing Regulator? How do they work? Gas Pilot Operated Regulators

  29. Compressor Installation Pressure Reducing Regulator

  30. Compressor Pressure Reducing Regulator

  31. Pressure Reducing Regulator

  32. Compressor Installation

  33. Pressure Reducing Regulator Scrubber Compressor Pressure Reducing Regulator

  34. Gas Gathering Systems

  35. Gas Gathering Systems

  36. Pressure Reducing Regulator

  37. Pressure Reducing Regulator Non-Venting

  38. PR PR-NV

  39. Pressure Reducing Balanced Regulator

  40. PR PRB

  41. Pressure Reducing Regulator 500 psi

  42. Three Basic Types of Regulation Back Pressure Pressure Reducing Pressure Differential

  43. What do they do? Where would I see a Pressure Differential Regulator? How do they work? Gas Pilot Operated Regulators

  44. Differential Pressure Regulator Gas Outlet Inlet USDP Dump Liquid Valve Meter

  45. Differential Pressure Regulator Compressor

  46. Pressure Differential Regulator

  47. BP PD

  48. Upstream Differential Pressure Regulator

  49. Upstream Differential Pressure Regulator Gas Outlet Inlet USDP Dump Liquid Valve Meter

  50. Three Basic Types of Regulation Back Pressure Pressure Reducing Pressure Differential