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Customer Reviews for FREE SHIPPING - Ingersoll Rand Air Line Regulator - 1/2in., 215 CFM, 250 PSI, Model# R37341600VS

FREE SHIPPING - Ingersoll Rand Air Line Regulator - 1/2in., 215 CFM, 250 PSI, Model# R37341600VS

Item# 404800
The Ingersoll Rand air line regulator provides the controlled, consistent air pressure required for specific air equipment connected to an air system. Designed to deliver the pressure you need with precise control over outlet pressure while maintaining relative torque and speed control and conserving air pressure. Application Regulator, Max. PSI 250, CFM 215, Includes 1 Regulator, Size 1/2 in.
Average Customer Rating:
2.75 out of 5
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2 of 4(50%)would recommend this product to a friend.
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Customer Reviews for FREE SHIPPING - Ingersoll Rand Air Line Regulator - 1/2in., 215 CFM, 250 PSI, Model# R37341600VS
Review 1 for FREE SHIPPING - Ingersoll Rand Air Line Regulator - 1/2in., 215 CFM, 250 PSI, Model# R37341600VS
Overall Rating:
1 / 5
1 / 5

IR Air Line Regulator

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January 4, 2013
By wmhjr01
from Pgh, PA
"Honestly, I'm very disappointed with this product. This is the 2nd failure I've had. IR "used" to sell and support high quality items. However, the quality of this regulator is poor, and the support is non-existent. This regulator goes into a "constant vent" mode where it just continues to vent air and you can't stop it. IR "support" does not exist. They refer you to another company, where I have for three consecutive days left voicemails but not gotten a response. I'm done with Ingersoll Rand. Do NOT buy this regulator."
Describe Yourself: Home Handyman
+6points
6out of 6found this review helpful.
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Review 2 for FREE SHIPPING - Ingersoll Rand Air Line Regulator - 1/2in., 215 CFM, 250 PSI, Model# R37341600VS
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Excellent Air Service Regulator

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December 8, 2012
By Kubotadieseluser
from Alabama
"I've been using these regulators for two years on my 7.5 Emax 2-stage compressor lines at my service exits to hoses. I protected them with a coalescing filter in the main line. I also unscrew the knob for zero pressure when a regulator isn't being used. The knobs lock with an inward push, but I never bother using that feature. They all perform flawlessly.
By using the adjustable color bands on the pressure gauge, I can quickly set my pressures for the different tools I use. The gauge covers unscrew for this adjustment. You do have to turn the pressure knobs quite a bit to set pressures, but it's not difficult. The valves also self reduce output pressures when you use them to reduce a pressure setting. I use a pressure relief type ball valve to relieve pressure on my lines to the regulators, when my compressor is not in use. Line pressure should always be removed when not in use - and restored slowly for use. I also use the RapidAir 3/4" lines sold here. I've never had a leak or any problem with any of these 1/2" regulator valves."
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+4points
4out of 4found this review helpful.
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Review 3 for FREE SHIPPING - Ingersoll Rand Air Line Regulator - 1/2in., 215 CFM, 250 PSI, Model# R37341600VS
Overall Rating:
1 / 5
1 / 5

Leaks

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January 21, 2012
By Ckicks
from Cincinnati
"I would avoid this regulator. I have had two in my garage first one failed to regulate second one was a leaky mess."
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+3points
6out of 9found this review helpful.
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Review 4 for FREE SHIPPING - Ingersoll Rand Air Line Regulator - 1/2in., 215 CFM, 250 PSI, Model# R37341600VS
Overall Rating:
4 / 5
4 / 5

Beware No Fine Print

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September 18, 2009
By SammyDog
"Although the description says 250psi and the regulator can handle 250psi input it will only output 0-140psi."
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+13points
15out of 17found this review helpful.
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January 31, 2012
"The 250psi is the max pressure that the regulater will take without damage. The output should be no more than 125psi. Most air tools are rated at 90 psi. We have this same regulater running a 4 bay shop regulated at 100psi. Not sure why you would need 140psi output."
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