- Supply Pressure
- Regulated or downstream pressure
- Signal (pilot) Pressure
- Atmosphere (exhaust)
- To speed the stroke of larger volume actuators.
- Air operated, remote pressure regulation.
- Hazardous environments where electric signals are not desirable.
Some common options for a volume booster include the addition of a bypass valve (bypass needle valve) which can be used to adjust the dynamic response to provide stable operation over a wide variety of applications. Another option could be the addition of an adjustable bias to skew the output pressure from the signal pressure. Although, this is generally found in smaller versions of a volume booster, sometimes referred to as a air relay. This could be a positive or negative bias. Other options could include special diaphragm materials for caustic and low temperature environments.
Please contact our technical support team for any questions regarding the use of a volume booster in your system.