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1/2" Female NPT Compressed Air In Line Regulator with 1/2" Air Compressor Gauge

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1/2" Female NPT Compressed Air In Line Regulator with 1/2" Air Compressor Gauge

Regular price $61.95
TR203/1.5B300

Brand new Prevost high quality, in line, 1/2" female NPT, compressed air regulator with a 1.5" Air Compressor Gauge 1/8" male threads. This regulator features an aluminum body with precision cut 1/2" female pipe threads for both inlet and outlet connections. Adjacent to the inlet and outlet ports, there are 1/8" female NPT ports which can be used to install the 1.5" air compressor gauge which can read 0-300 PSI. The top of the regulator features a large, easy to adjust, lockable, pressure regulator knob that is made of ABS plastic and is highly impact resistant. This regulator and gauge combo is premium quality and will provide years of reliable precision air regulation! 

Regulator Specifications:

• Brand: PREVOST
• Part Number: TR203
• 1/2" Female NPT In / Out
• 1/8" Female NPT Gauge Ports
• 225 PSI Max
• Set Pressure: 7-140 PSI
• Made in Italy
 
Gauge Specifications:
• 0-300 PSI
• 1.5" face
• This 1/8" male NPT threads, which measure about 3/8" outside diameter
• Top quality gauge made with a black steel case and a chrome front bezel
• Gauge has number markings at 0, 50, 100, 150, 200, 250, 300 PSI


**TO SET REGULATED PRESSURE:**

This regulator features a locking adjustment knob to prevent accidental pressure changes when in use. To set the regulated air pressure, you must pull the knob on top of the regulator to the "unlocked" posistion. You can be sure the regulator is unlocked when the red line around the bottom of the adjustment knob is visible. When the knob is unlocked you can adjust the pressure by turning it clockwise / counter clockwise. To lock the pressure, push the knob down so the red is not visible. When the regulator knob is in the "locked" posistion it cannot be turned or adjusted.  If you try to force the knob to turn when it is locked, you risk damaging or ruining the regulator.