Senninger’s Medium Flow Pressure-Master Regulator is ideal for installations requiring mid-range flows of 2 – 20 gpm (454 – 4543 L/hr), including solid set, drip or other low volume irrigation, as well as center pivot and other mechanical-move systems. Each regulator maintains a constant preset outlet pressure based on its flow / inlet pressure. Note that with no flow through the regulator, the inlet and outlet pressures will be the same.
 

Features

• 100% water tested for accuracy at Senninger’s in-house facilities

• Can be installed above or below ground

• Large flow path resists plugging

• Very low hysteresis and friction loss

• Pressure Range: 6 to 60 psi (0.41 to 4.14 bar)

• Flows: 2 to 20 gpm (454 to 4543 L/hr)

• Inlet sizes: 3/4” NPT female, 1” NPT female, 1” BSPT female

• Outlet sizes: 3/4” NPT female, 1” NPT female, 1” BSPT female

• Backed by a two year warranty on materials, workmanship and performance

• Models also available for effluent (EFF) and mining (EFF for gold & silver and CMS for copper)

 

Model # Preset Operating Pressure Maximum Inlet Pressure Flow Range
PMR-MF-6 6 psi
(0.41 bar)
100 psi
(6.90 bar)
4 – 16 gpm
(909 – 3634 L/hr)
PMR-MF-10 10 psi
(0.69 bar)
120 psi
(8.28 bar)
4 – 16 gpm
(909 – 3634 L/hr)
PMR-MF-12 12 psi
(0.83 bar)
135 psi
(9.31 bar)
2 – 20 gpm
(454 – 4542 L/hr)
PMR-MF-15 15 psi
(1.03 bar)
150 psi
(10.35 bar)
2 – 20 gpm
(454 – 4542 L/hr)
PMR-MF-20 20 psi
(1.38 bar)
150 psi
(10.35 bar)
2 – 20 gpm
(454 – 4542 L/hr)
PMR-MF-25 25 psi
(1.72 bar)
150 psi
(10.35 bar)
2 – 20 gpm
(454 – 4542 L/hr)
PMR-MF-30 30 psi
(2.07 bar)
150 psi
(10.35 bar)
2 – 20 gpm
(454 – 4542 L/hr)
PMR-MF-35 35 psi
(2.41 bar)
150 psi
(10.35 bar)
2 – 20 gpm
(454 – 4542 L/hr)
PMR-MF-40 40 psi
(2.76 bar)
150 psi
(10.35 bar)
2 – 20 gpm
(454 – 4542 L/hr)
PMR-MF-50 50 psi
(3.45 bar)
150 psi
(10.35 bar)
2 – 20 gpm
(454 – 4542 L/hr)
PMR-MF-60 60 psi
(4.14 bar)
150 psi
(10.35 bar)
2 – 20 gpm
(454 – 4542 L/hr)



Caution: Always install pressure regulators downstream from all shut-off valves.

Be sure to install pressure regulators in the proper direction. The arrow on the upper housing shows the direction of the flow and should always point downstream toward applicators.