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Modèle # 41155HOM-CAN Internet # 1000841264

Ce régulateur de pression 1/4 po avec manomètre de Husky permet de réguler la pression de sortie entre 0 et 200 lb/po2 pour assurer un fonctionnement stable et fiable de vos outils pneumatiques. Doté dune entrée et dune sortie dair 1/4-NPT, ce régulateur est une pièce de rechange idéale pour la plupart des compresseurs dair portables. Il est doté dun boîtier durable et dun manomètre facile à lire. Convient à la plupart des compresseurs dair portables.

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
2.88
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
6.75
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
1.63
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
3.75
Poids assemblé (en livres)
0.34
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
0.39
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
3
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
2.5

Détails

Pays d'origine
CN-China

Garanties et certifications

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Régulateur avec manomètre de 1/4 poHusky Régulateur avec manomètre de 1/4 poCe régulateur de pression 1/4 po avec manomètre de Husky permet de réguler la pression de sortie entre 0 et 200 lb/po2 pour assurer un fonctionnement stable et fiable de vos outils pneumatiques. Doté dune entrée et dune sortie dair 1/4-NPT, ce régulateur est une pièce de rechange idéale pour la plupart des compresseurs dair portables. Il est doté dun boîtier durable et dun manomètre facile à lire. Convient à la plupart des compresseurs dair portables.
Husky
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Régulateur avec manomètre de 1/4 po est évalué 4.3 de 5 de 47.
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Rated 4 de 5 de par This regulator seems to operate properly, and will be an adequate, low cost replacement for the o... This regulator seems to operate properly, and will be an adequate, low cost replacement for the original regulator that came on my Porter-Cable air compressor. Installation is straightforward and easy; follow the arrows cast into the body to identify the inlet and outlet ports. Testing after installation showed that the regulator tracks demand on increasing pressures, and requires only a few seconds to adjust on decreasing pressures. No leaks, included gage is adequate and snubbed (no fluctuations). The one problem I found is that it adjusts from 7 psig to 105 psig, and not the 200 psig stated in the product description. Although there are no warnings on the packaging, make sure you use pipe joint compound rather than Teflon tape on the regulator inlet connection.
Date de publication: 2018-04-23
Rated 4 de 5 de par Works fine, but machining is a bit rough [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The air compressor that serves my shop is managed by another department and they keep it at 175 PSI. This is way too much pressure for my air tools. So I am making up regulated hoses for each of my air outlets. I have installed this at the male end of one of my hoses. The regulator connects directly to 1/4 IP fitting on the end of the hose and the male chuck end threads into the inlet of this regulator. I installed a separate gauge on the outlet hose and confirmed that this regulator's gauge is reading accurately. Turning the knob quickly dials in the desired pressure. Because I am attaching this to the end of a hose, rather than "permanently" mounting it to the supply line, I am concerned that it will be damaged when I disconnect the hose and stow it in a tool box, but I would have the same concern with any other regulator in this application as well, anyway, it is unlikely that I will be frequently removing this hose. Now that I have tested this out, I will buy 3 more to make up hoses to fit each of the air outlets in the shop. I do have one small issue. When the threads were tapped for the pressure gauge, the machinist in Shenzhen or Huizhou, or wherever, was a bit sloppy. The tap was not run in square and consequently the threads are cockeyed by about 10 degrees. This makes the gauge sit cockeyed in the housing. I am assuming that this is a one off error, rather than an indication of a manufacturing system problem, and anyway, as long as it works, I am not too concerned.
Date de publication: 2016-09-24
Rated 5 de 5 de par I found the Husky brand 1/4" gauge and pressure regulator to be designed well and worked great. T... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I found the Husky brand 1/4" gauge and pressure regulator to be designed well and worked great. The knob is large and makes for easy on-the-fly adjustments. The units compact package makes it great for additional adjustments at the end of the air hose for precise pressure adjustments. The gauge is easy to read and the increment markings are clear (Both BAR and PSI). Light weight and added protection for your expensive pneumatic tools.
Date de publication: 2017-09-07
Rated 5 de 5 de par Easy to use! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have a small air compressor that I've had for many years. I use it as a hobby compressor mostly for my air brush. It always seemed to put out a non-steady flow of air. Almost pulsated. So I saw this regulator and decided to give it a try. It is small enough to use with this compressor and it has solved my problem of pulsating air. It is easy to mount and use. So far it is doing the job I wanted it to do. Good price.
Date de publication: 2016-12-14
Rated 1 de 5 de par Leaked As another reviewer said, mine constantly leaks air at anything below tank pressure. Doesn't perform the job it is suppose to
Date de publication: 2016-05-07
Rated 4 de 5 de par good for the price [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The old gauge on my compressor had been broken for many years. I used to guess on the pressure by trial and error...and lots of blown seals on my nail gun. It is really nice to have an accurate gauge. It was simple to replace. Just used some Teflon tape and I was in business. Don't know why I didn't buy one sooner. It has a 1/4 in. NPT inlet and outlet and can be adapted for replacement use on most portable air compressors. Says it can handle up to 200 PSI.
Date de publication: 2017-01-28
Rated 4 de 5 de par The regulator appears to be well built. Very easy... The regulator appears to be well built. Very easy to install replacing a bad regulator on a Craftsman large compressor. The new regulator gauge is a little small and hard to read for me but I easily replaced with a larger gauge taken from the old regulator.
Date de publication: 2019-08-13
Rated 4 de 5 de par Mine was Fine in a Pinch Not sure if the other guys got bum units or what, but mine seems fine. It's nothing fancy and I'd say it's overpriced but I needed one in a pinch.
Date de publication: 2016-02-21
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In that this item is a Husky item, i.e., made for Home Depot, and that it is such poor quality, w...

In that this item is a Husky item, i.e., made for Home Depot, and that it is such poor quality, what steps is Home Depot making to improve the quality of this part? This is an item that requires that it function at at least a reasonable level of reliability.
Posée par: ZombyWoof
If I remember correctly, this was one of the lowest cost replacement air pressure regulators available through Home Depot. This is the one that I purchased, and it is adequate for the air tools that I use. If I were using this air compressor to operate tools requiring closer regulation, say, a paint sprayer, or a media blaster, I would opt to spend a little more money for a better regulator with a higher volume and a built-in filter.
Répondue par: lowerbama
Date de publication: 2019-01-09

What is the differential ie. If you set it to cut off at 60psi what psi will it cut back on

Posée par: Dsprinkler
It tracks very closely to the demanded pressure (the pressure you set in with the adjusting knob) when you are increasing pressure (turning the adjusting knob clockwise). When decreasing the demand pressure, it usually took placing a load on the regulator (operating the air tool for a few seconds) before the new demand pressure settled in. As with any inexpensive air pressure regulator, the air pressure will drop below the setpoint by about 10% (at the lower pressures) to 15% (at higher pressures, > 90 psig) under a constant demand.
Répondue par: lowerbama
Date de publication: 2018-04-23

can it be used with water?

Looking for pressure regualtor with gauge to reduce pressure of water going to a humidifier.
Posée par: Reggie
Since it has no bridgewall markings for WOG (water,oil,gas), and it is marketed as a replacement part for an air compressor, I would not purchase one to regulate water pressure.
Répondue par: lowerbama
Date de publication: 2018-04-23

will this fit Husky BS1004W?

will this fit Husky BS1004W?
Posée par: Rob
Rob, this regulator can be used as a replacement on the BS1004W. As we are not the manufacturer of the compressor I can not say if you will need any couplings to connect the regulator to the compressor, but regardless it will work with your unit.
Répondue par: Plews Expert
Date de publication: 2019-03-06

Hi: Just purchased your Husky 1/4" Regulator and gauge . This is to protect my new Porter Cable ...

Hi: Just purchased your Husky 1/4" Regulator and gauge . This is to protect my new Porter Cable Pneumatic Nailer ( FD250c) from you. Could you please help me on how to install? It has 2 female threaded connections. Do I hook this up at the output of the compressor? My compressor has a 1/4" female quick disconnect. My new Husky rubber hose has a 1/4" male fitting. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Posée par: John
Hi John, The regulator can be assembled either at the compressor or on the tool itself. At the compressor: Remove the female quick disconnect fitting from the compressor. Assemble the regulator to the compressor outlet. The direction arrow on the bottom of the regulator should point away from the compressor. Then assemble one end of the hose to the outlet of the regulator. Assemble the female quick disconnect fitting to the other end of the hose. Assemble a quick connect plug onto the tool. Connect the hose quick connect coupler to the tool quick connect plug. At the tool: Leave the quick connect coupler on the compressor as is. Assemble a mating quick connect plug to one end of the hose. Assemble another quick connect coupler to the other end of the hose. Assemble the regulator to the tool (a 1/4”NPT hex nipple may be required) with the arrow pointing towards the tool. Assemble another quick connect plug to the inlet of the regulator. Connect the hose quick connect coupler to the tool quick connect plug.
Répondue par: Plews Expert
Date de publication: 2018-09-10
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