Filters Regulators Lubricators. TERMINOLOGY. F - R - L’s Prep Unit’s Trio’s Combo Unit’s. What are they called ?????. Why is there a need ????. Compressed Air is moist & dirty Sense & safety dictate pre-set & lock Tools & equipment require lubrication. Why a Filter ???.
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What are they called ?????
To eliminate …..
Water & Impurities are separated from compressed air via a “swirling” centrifugal action.
Why a Regulator ???
Adjustable Locking Knob
Hand adjustment permits a controlled flow of compressed air downstream.
Because without it, you’d suffer …….
By manipulation of the Adjusting Knob, a precise amount of tool lubricant is forced “downstream” to the pneumatic apparatus.
Use “Air Tool Lubricant” only !!!
Use No Substitutes !!!
Filters, Regulators, and Lubricators are offered in “BASIC” sizes ………
i.e.:The unit may be offered in ¼” BASIC, or ½” Basic, etc.
In F-R-L terminology the “basic” is an indicator that all of the internal piping in each unit is the equivalent of Schedule 40 pipe.
The entry and exit ports of the units may vary, but the “internals” remain a constant to Schedule 40 pipe.
There is an easy-to-use “Air Flow Chart” for air, that can be found in the back of the Dixon DPL.
If you’re still confused, our 800 number is at the bottom of every page in the catalog. We love to help you !!!!
Any can be found in the back of the Dixon DPL.