In-Line Flow Control Regulators can be easily added to existing circuitry. Simply splice it into the cylinder port line. They may be used individually or, they may be stacked together using two joining clips, supplied with each valve. Panel mounting is accomplished by using the through holes in the molded body.
Control is achieved gradually due to the extreme sensitivity of the adjustment screw, which allows exceptionally fine setting levels. With the use of a locking nut, the in-line flow control may be secured in its final setting. Settings are maintained even under adverse conditions such as vibration. A captive adjustment screw prevents loss or dangerous blow out.
Full Flow In Both Directions
Intake capacity is always slightly greater than the full open exhaust capacity, enabling maximum variation of speeds between outward and return strokes.
Designed To Be Versatile
Legris in-line flow controls are unidirectional flow control valves. Intake air flows freely through the flow control; exhaust air is metered out through a specially designed adjustment screw. An arrow on the body of the valve indicates the direction of controlled flow.
Working temperature: 30°F to +160°F
Working pressure: 15 to 145 PSI
Sutable fluids: compressed air
Body: glass reinforced nylon 6.6 or brass
Gripping Ring: stainless steel
Adjustment Screw: nickel-plated brass
Locking Nut: nickel-plated brass
Base: nickel-plated brass with thread sealant on tapered components