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VRG RP-SN-CS Regulator Pilots: VRG Controls’ RP-SN-CS Regulator Pilots are the perfect complement to Red Ox Regulators for the most demanding pressure control applications.  The CS “Closed Spring” sensing chamber protects the Control Spring from aggressive environments and ensures “optimum” pressure control accuracy in installations like power plants, industrial gas feeds and pipeline applications. 

Applications: BEST Accuracy Pressure Control

Available Setpoint Ranges:

3.0 – 1500 psig (21 – 10,342 kPA)

VRG RP-SN-OS Regulator Pilots: VRG Controls’ RP-SN-OS Regulator Pilots are well suited for use with Red Ox Regulators for high performance pressure control applications.  The OS “Open Spring” design provides high performance in a moderate cost platform and ensures “very good” pressure control accuracy in installations like gas utility and pipeline applications.
 

 

Applications: GOOD Accuracy Pressure Control

Available Setpoint Ranges:

9.0 – 700 psig (62  – 4826 kPA)

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Oxford Flow’s PRX2 Pressure Reducing Pilots are well suited for use with Red Ox Regulators for cost-effective pressure control applications.  The PRX2 design features 100% 316 Stainless Steel Construction in a moderate cost platform and ensures “good” pressure control accuracy in installations like gas utility applications. 
 


Applications: GOOD Accuracy Pressure Control

Available Setpoint Ranges: 60 – 600 psig (414 – 4137 kPA)

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The Model RCV research Control Valve is a pneumatically operated control valve that is used in conjunction with Red Ox Regulators to provide control of a variety of processes. The RCV is typically used for flow control, remote electronic control, or “droopless” pressure control. The RCV is available in “fail open” or “fail closed” configurations.

The Model ERCV research Control Valve is a electrically operated control valve that is used in conjunction with Red Ox Regulators to provide control of a variety of processes. The RCV is typically used for electronic flow or pressure control. The RCV is typically controlled via 4-20 mA command signal with 12 VDC or 115 VAC power supply. The unit can “lock” last loading pressure upon loss of signal or power supply.

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