Emerson launches high-capacity pressure reducing regulator

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Tartarini 10” Type FL regulator

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Tartarini™ 10” Type FL regulator is suitable for high-pressure drop applications

McKINNEY, TEXAS (June 28, 2012) – Emerson Process Management announces the new high-capacity, pressure reducing Tartarini 10” Type FL regulator. The 10” FL is a pilot-operated regulator that is well suited for high-pressure drop applications such as city gate stations, power plant fuel supply and turbine fuel supply.The SR II noise attenuation option can reduce noise levels as much as 20 dB (A) depending on flows and pressure drop.The FL can also be configured to be used as a relief valve or backpressure regulator. 

The 10” Type FL regulator complements Emerson’s current family of 1”, 2”, 3”, 4”, 6” and 8” size FL regulators. It handles higher capacities while providing all of the benefits of the other FL sizes, such as true no-bleed design, easy startup, noise attenuation options, balanced trim design, bubble-tight shut off, 1480 psig inlet/outlet rating, control accuracy and modular design. The Type FL is easy to maintain due to the low number of parts.

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