Pneumatics: Dual-Pressure System

In the typical dual-pressure system, one pressure regulator reduces tank pressure to between 13 and 15 psig, and the other to between 20 and 25 psig. The lower pressure is normally supplied to the controller-a summer/winter thermostat, for example-when the demand calls for cooling (summer cycle). The higher pressure is supplied to the thermostat when …

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