Model 1247 Inline Reducing Regulator

Model 1247 Inline Reducing Regulator

  • Product Code: AE1247
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Price:$104.00

  • 5 or more $93.60
  • 10 or more $91.52
  • 16 or more $80.08

Available Options

*The default selection shown above is generally good in stock, and can ship immediately. Choosing non-standard options may increase lead time 3-5 days.

The brass selection above comes with Kel-F seat and All Viton O-rings for O2 use.

AE Model 1247 Component Operation and Maintenance Sheets -Click to follow

Model 1247 6,000 PSI Reducing Regulator


The model 1247 is a small, piston type regulator suitable for in-line mounting. Although the outlet pressure is adjustable It is primarily used in applications where it is preset and not adjusted in the field. It has one inlet and one outlet port and is available in an outlet pressure range of 30 to 1000 PSI depending on spring selection.

Maximum inlet pressure is 6000 PSI
The regulator is self venting when outlet pressure exceeds set pressure by 20 to 40%. It offers an economical way to provide low pressure service air from a high pressure storage system or compressor.


• Maximum inlet pressure 6000 PSI (40 MPa)
• Outlet pressure Depending on spring selection
200-1000 PSI
100-300 PSI
40-120 PSI
• Flow coefficient Cv= .03 (.045" orifice)
• Materials body and cap - anodized aluminum, internals - brass, seals - Buna N, Delrin
• Size 1" hex x 3.5" high
• Rise of outlet pressure with rise of inlet pressure 7 PSI per 1000 PSI
• Ports ---- 1/4" FNPT inlet 1/4" FNPT outlet


• Component testing
• Air tank fill stations to eliminate need for low pressure compressors and storage
• Fire fighting air stations to provide tire inflating air
• Instrumentation and calibration panels • Process industry control
• Aircraft service carts to eliminate need for low pressure compressor
• Low pressure air to operate high pressure air operated valves

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