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Welding Regulators


REGULATORS - A Regulator controls the stream of gas from a cylinder to the application. Regulators can be divided two ways of the following: The first one is single stage and multi stage.

Single Stage Regulators – Single Stage Regulates gas and can provide readout of the gas tube content as well as readoust of the gas run from the cylinder to the application.

Multi Stage Regulators – Multi Stage Regulators provides readouts of the gas tube and gas flood content and keeps a steady gas flow until the gas supply is exhausted.

Welding Regulators:

We produce a wide range of welding regulators including Argon regulator, CO2 regulator, Oxygen regulator, Acetylene regulator and hose pipes for an perfect use in welding services. These welding regulators are used to keep on a check the different ways on parameters while the welding is going on.

These Regulator equipments are:

  • Pressure regulator
  • Gas Regulators
  • Welding Automations
  • Saw Machining (Invertors Based)
  • Heating Pad

Gas Regulators:

The most important function of welding regulator is to decrease the high pressure gas in cylinder or process line to a lesser, usable level as its passes from tube to a piece of equipment. A regulator is not a run control device. It is used to manage delivery pressure only. We give general purpose, extraordinary service Pressure Regulators, also High Pressure Regulators – Single and Two stage, with (or) without Flowmeters and Fine control valve / swedge lock. We give Brass, Stainless steel, Chrome plated regulators. We give regulator for various types of gases like Oxygen, Acetylene, LPG, Nitrogen, Hrydrogen, Zero Air, Argon, Carbon dioxide, Helium, Nitrous, Clorine, Amonia, Medical oxygen. We also stock all spares of regulators.

Pressure regulator:


A pressure regulator's most important function is to equal the run of gas through the regulator to the need for gas located upon the system. If the load flow reduces, then the regulator flow must decreases also. If the load run increases, then the regulator flow must increase in order to keep on the proscribed pressure from decreasing due to a lack of gas in the pressure system.

This pressure regulator includes a loading element, a measuring element, and a restricting element.

Restricting Element: This restricting element is the one type of valve arrangement. It can be a globe valve, butterfly valve, poppet valve, or any other type of valve that is proficient of operating as a variable restriction to the flow.

Loading Element: This loading element is what applies the wanted force to the restricting element. This can be any digit of things such as a heaviness, a spring, a piston actuator, or more generally the diaphragm actuator in combination with a spring.

Measuring Element: This Measuring element tells us when the inlet flow is equivalent to the outlet flow. The diaphragm is generally used because not only is it used for measuring element but as well for loading purposes.

In the pictured single-stage regulator, a diaphragm is used with a poppet valve to standardize pressure. As pressure in the higher chamber increases, the diaphragm is pushed growing, causing the poppet to decrease flow, bringing the stress back down. By adjusting the high screw, the downstairs pressure on the diaphragm can be enlarged, requiring extra pressure in the higher chamber to keep equilibrium. In this way, the outlet stress of the regulator is controlled.

Modern gas regulators can differ its process by the use of stiffer springs, pre-amplification, velocity boosting, and lever ratio.






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