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Multi-purpose industrial regulators designed to improve flow performance

13 September 2011

Emerson Process Management has released new Fisher regulators that are ideal for demanding applications where large flow and a fast response are required.

Emerson has introduced Fisher® multi-purpose industrial regulators designed to improve flow performance.

Fisher® Type MR105 pressure reducing regulator and Type MR108 backpressure/pressure relief valve ensure accurate and fast control with pressure set points up to 20.7 barg

Emerson Process Management has released the Fisher Type MR105 pressure reducing regulator and Type MR108 backpressure/pressure relief valve for multi-purpose industrial applications. Type MR105 and Type MR108 regulators provide a simple and durable design that improves flow performance without compromising shutoff or reliability. These regulators are ideal for demanding applications where large flow and a fast response are required.

The Types MR105 and MR108 pressure regulators feature DN25 to 100 body designs for large flows and are available in cast iron, steel, CF8M/316 stainless steel as well as a CF3M/316L stainless steel option. The direct-operated design can handle inlet pressures up to 27.5 bar and Cv up to 135. The cage-guided plug provides excellent low flow stability as well as ANSI/FCI 70-3-2004 Class VI Shutoff. An optional easy drain valve is available for lube oil applications.

For more information visit www.fisherregulators.com


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