R07-200-RNKA - 

Regulator, R07, Miniature, 1/4" Port Size, Relieving, 5 to 100 psi, PTF Thread


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The R07-200-RNKA is a 1/4-inch NPT port general purpose Miniature Regulator made of zinc body, acetal bonnet and knob, valve seat, nitrile elastomers and nitrile brass valve. The standard relieving model allows reduction of outlet pressure even when the system is dead-ended and PTF threads. Snap action knob locks pressure setting when pushed in. The neutral gases compressed air fluid.
  • Compact design
  • Full flow gauge ports
  • Low torque, non-rising adjusting knob
  • Snap action knob locks pressure setting when pushed in
  • Standard relieving models allow reduction of outlet pressure even when the system is dead-ended
  • Can be disassembled without the use of tools or removal from the air line
  • 1/4" port size
  • 15scfm flow rate


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