Oil Level Regulators:
- Oil level regulator controls the oil level in each individual crankcase with a float operated valve. It holds back excess oil until the oil level in the compressor crankcase drops, lowering the float and opening the valve. Oil from the oil reservoir will then be admitted into the crankcase raising the float. When the correct level is reached, the valve will close, stopping the flow of oil to that particular crankcase.
- It is designed to attach directly to the compressor crankcase by its standard 3-bolt or 4-bolt flange opening. The oil supply line from the reservoir is connected to the 3/8”flare fitting on top of the regulator. For gravity oil-feed system, the oil reservoir must be mounted a minimum of six feet above the oil level regulator.
- Max . Permissible pressure: 31.03 BAR (450 PSI)/-10°C~+150°C ; 20.67 BAR (300 PSI)/-45°C~-10°C.