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Pressure-Reducing and Ratio Regulators

A Regulator for Every Application

No matter your application, Kromschröder has a regulator to fit your need. Whether you're after a pressure-reducing regulator for your main fuel train, ratio regulators for your burner trains, or overpressure shut-offs to safeguard your pressure-sensitive equipment downstream, you'll find it all here. With a variety of sizes, springs, and spare parts, it's just as easy to keep your old Kromschröder regulator running as it is to spec a brand new one.

GDJ and VGBF pressure-reducing regulators are spring-loaded with pressure compensation diaphragms and zero shut-off to maintain the set outlet pressure despite changing gas flow rates. GDJs are the perfect solution for applications where gas or air pressures do not exceed 5psig, while VGBFs are best for high-pressure gas applications –  available for pressures up to 60psig.

GIK, GIK..B, and GIKH ratio regulators are just what you need to maintain a constant gas/air ratio supplied to your burners. GIKs maintain a ratio of 1:1 for continuous control, while GIKHs maintain a ratio of 4:1 on systems using preheated air. GIK..Bs maintain a 1:1 gas/air ratio for intermittent control – making them the preferred choice for pulse-fire applications!

JSAV overpressure shut-off valves, used in conjunction with VSBV safety relief valves are your best bet for securing downstream fittings against excess gas pressure.

Versions of these regulators are available as an integrated part of the Valvario safety shut-off valve product line. For more information, visit our Valvario product pages or contact Combustion 911.

 
 

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