Pressure Reducing Valve – 4 Bar

RRP £13.94

Out of stock

A Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) is an essential component in compressed air systems, designed to regulate and lower the pressure of incoming compressed air to a specific, safe level (2-6Bar). By precisely controlling the airflow, PRVs ensure that downstream equipment, pneumatic tools, and machinery are shielded from excessive air pressure that could otherwise lead to damage or operational issues. PRVs are integral in various compressed air applications, from maintaining optimal pressure for tools to safeguarding delicate instrumentation and systems. A PRV functions as a safeguard, enabling controlled airflow while preventing potentially harmful high pressures from affecting the integrity and performance of the compressed air system.


Key Features

Safety Mechanism: Pressure Reducing Valves (PRVs) are safety devices designed to automatically release excess pressure from compressed air systems.
Emergency Release: Our PRV is designed to accept 7 Bar input pressure and reduce pressure to a predetermined threshold (2-6 Bar)
Rapid Response: PRVs react quickly to pressure changes, ensuring timely pressure relief to safeguard equipment and personnel.
Spring-Loaded Design: PRVs utilize spring pressure which releases when the pressure exceeds the set point, ensuring reliable operation.
Fail-Safe Operation: MaxSafe use spring-loaded PRVs and do not use a diaphragm reducing points of failure to a single point.
Pressure Monitoring: They contribute to system integrity by maintaining pressure within safe operating limits and preventing potential bursts or failures.
Equipment Protection: PRVs safeguard downstream equipment from potential damage due to excessive pressure buildup.
Regulatory Compliance: These valves adhere to industry standards, ensuring that compressed air systems meet safety and performance requirements.
Versatile Applications: PRVs are used in various industries, such as manufacturing, automotive, and aerospace, wherever compressed air is utilized.


Casing/housing: Black Anodised Aluminium
Brass Nickel Plated
Stainless Steel

We always try to ship orders in a timely manner (3-5 working days) however some of our products are produced to order so lead times & delivery times may vary.

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Requests by you to return goods to us will be accepted subject to a handling charge if all of the following criteria are met:

  • The goods are unused and are sourced from the MaxSafe range direct.
  • The goods are in working order.
  • The goods were invoiced within 10 days of the date of return.
  • Carriage is organised by us.
  • The return includes a completed goods return note with a MaxSafe Returns Number.

Handing charges will be levied as follows:
Goods invoiced within 10 days of the date of return will be subject to a handling charge. All goods must be adequately packed and addressed to:

Unit A1 Villiers Court, Villiers Road, Knowsley Business Park, Prescot, L34 9ET

For the avoidance of doubt, returned goods will only be accepted if the above requirements are met. MaxSafe cannot accept responsibility for returns forwarded by customers using their own carriers. MaxSafe is unable to accept any return of goods sourced on a customers behalf which are not listed within the MaxSafe catalogue.
Such orders for non-catalogue goods are non-cancellable and non returnable and as such are accepted entirely at the customers own risk.

MaxSafe takes immense pride in being a British manufacturer, with its state-of-the-art factory nestled in the vibrant city of Liverpool. Every MaxSafe product is meticulously crafted, bearing the hallmark of British craftsmanship and engineering excellence. From compressed air couplings and plugs to blowguns and accessories, each component undergoes rigorous quality checks to ensure unparalleled performance and durability.

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