ToolReg inline air regulator
The ToolReg inline air regulator is designed to ensure that only the required pressure is used for each individual pneumatic tool.
Compressed air is expensive to generate as it uses a lot of energy (electrical and mechanical). Therefore, compressed air usage must be managed correctly in order to ensure energy efficiency and reduce costs.
Higher compressed air pressures require far more energy to produce. On average, the air compressor requires 1% more energy for every 0.15 bar increase in compressed air pressure.
Each pneumatic tool is designed to perform best at a given pressure. Operating the tool at a higher pressure not only reduces the performance but can also shorten the possible lifecycle of the tool.
The ToolReg is designed to ensure the energy efficiency of a pneumatic tool. This can result in optimising performance and lengthening the lifespan of the pneumatic tool, as well as preventing loss of production time due to the damaged tool being out for repairs.
Factory set to prevent pressure changes, the regulator is fully tamper-proof and ensures that only the required pressure is used for each tool. The automatic secondary pressure relief releases all the residual pressure in the pneumatic tool to prevent unexpected activation (common in nail guns and staplers).
For further information: https://www.caasafety.com.au/products/toolreg/.
Phone: 08 8983 3999
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