FIPA, Inc. Datasheets for Industrial Valves

Valves are mechanical devices that control the flow and pressure of liquids, gases, and slurries within a system. They are also known as regulators and are used in a wide variety of applications. Valves vary greatly in size, design, function, and operation.
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Product Name Notes
"Inline" Pressure Regulator with Pressure Gauge Defined reduction in operating pressure for ejectors, limitation of holding force of grippers Easy installation thanks to vertical and horizontal cross-holes Pressure adjustment by means of knurled screw, pressure monitoring...
Pressure Regulator, Screw-in Type with Pressure Gauge Defined reduction in operating pressure for ejectors, limitation of holding force of grippers Pressure adjustment by means of knurled screw, pressure monitoring by means of gauges (readout in MPa) Integrated...
"Inline" Pressure Regulator
Pressure Regulator, Screw-in Type
Defined reduction in operating pressure for ejectors, limitation of holding force of grippers Pressure adjustment by means of knurled screw Integrated overpressure protection
Vacuum Regulator with External Leakage Setting a constant vacuum level when handling workpieces with varying porosities or leakage Suitable as safety valve if dry-running rotary vane pumps are to run continuously at maximum vacuum Control...
Vacuum Regulator Vacuum adjustment of consumer loads, such as suction cups in handling systems Automatic compensation of fluctuations in vacuum supply Highly precise, continuous vacuum adjustment via a rotary knob with locking...
Vacuum Regulator Vacuum adjustment of consumer loads, such as suction cups in handling systems Integration of a vacuum gauge recommended Blow-off is possible if vacuum gauge is not connected Any installation position...