Internet #100072735

Model #HDA70200AV

Store SKU #631048

1/4 in. In-Line Air Adjustment Valve With Gauge

  • Conveniently control air flow to your tool
  • Designed to quickly and easilly attach to an air hose or pipe
  • Gauge measures 0-160 psi
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$1898

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Product Overview

The Husky 1/4" Air Adjusting Valve is designed for user-friendly operation. The 1/4" valve easily attaches to an air hose or pipe. The HDA70200AV airflow to the application tool and includes a 0 - 160 psi gauge for fine-tuning the airflow restriction. The design allows for control with just a quarter turn, making for simple operation.
  • California residents
  • The HDA70200AV features 1/4" NPT threads
  • In-line air adjusting valve restricts airflow to the tool
  • Fine-tunes air flow at the tool
  • Easy to read 160 psi maximum pressure gauge ensures accurate pressure read out at point of use
  • The air adjusting valve is designed for easy operation - open or close with a simple quarter turn
  • Designed for durability and longevity
  • Call 1-888-HD-Husky or visit HuskyTools.com for customer service and support
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Gauge size (in.)
1.5
Hose fitting size (in.)
.25
Product Depth (in.)
2 in
Product Height (in.)
4.75 in
Product Width (in.)
3.75 in

Details

Accessory Type
Regulator
Maximum inlet pressure (psi)
150
Maximum working pressure (psi)
150
Minimum working pressure (psi)
0
Product Weight (lb.)
.265
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Test Equipment Part/Accessory

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited warranty

Questions & Answers

2Questions9Answers

Is this a regulator that controls pressure, or a simple valve that can restrict flow but does not...

Asked by dcp123 March 6, 2019
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It's advertised as a regulator, but believe it is probably actually a defective shut off as you described.

The pressure guage only goes to 160psi but will this regulator be able to succefully regulate to 50psi if there is 4500 psi trying to push through it?

Asked by sean January 30, 2015
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Obviously it cannot handle 4500 psi. The question that needs to be answered is if it regulates the pressure thereby controlling the air flow, or if it only regulates the flow by increasing/decreasing the size hole? If it controls pressure, that is what you want. If it controls air flow, you will need to have a pressure regulator before this; otherwise everytime the flow stops, the pressure increases to its maximum. If you have 90 psi in the tank, when spraying, it will start at 90 psi pressure, then drop to some lower pressure the longer you spray. I ran into this problem trying to regulate a spray gun by buying its equivalent product at HF.

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Worked perfect for my new air compressor for a DIY person.
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Worked perfect for my transfer air tank. The only thing I wish was different is the shut off valv...
Worked perfect for my transfer air tank. The only thing I wish was different is the shut off valve is a quarter turn valve but it does not have a stop it will just turn all the way around so you really have to look at it when trying to shut the air flow off.
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It was the only one I could find and was...
It was the only one I could find and was not worth it.. found a simpler one online for less then half the cost... but my use for it was not the normal... so for regular uses I am sure it is just fine
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Purchased the product for pressure control for HVLP spray gun. Was the only in-line regulator dis...
Purchased the product for pressure control for HVLP spray gun. Was the only in-line regulator displayed on the Husky shelf. Got home and discovered that you have to also buy a Coupling devise to get it to fit the Husky spray gun. Had to go to NAPA to get the coupling as Home Depot did not stock it. A male-to-male fitting does not work.
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Tried to use this inline regulator to spray poly at 20-25 psi. Had no luck regulating the pressu...
Tried to use this inline regulator to spray poly at 20-25 psi. Had no luck regulating the pressure as it just seemed to be an overpriced on/off valve. Was not able to use the valve successfully. Felt the opening and closing was to quick and not able to maintain the 20 psi. Went from 0 to whatever pressure was at the compressor instantly.
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Defective right out of the package! Does not regulate pressure & only was "on" or "off" dependin...
Defective right out of the package! Does not regulate pressure & only was "on" or "off" depending on position of adjustment knob. Attempts to regulate pressure by turning the knob resulted in complete failure of regulator. Complete garbage! Will be returning immediately for a refund & will not purchase this brand again.
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This gauge fits perfectly. It's like it gave new life to my compressor.
This gauge fits perfectly. It's like it gave new life to my compressor.
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adjustment during flow is very inaccurate...
adjustment during flow is very inaccurate
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Might Be Useful, Not For Me
If you have the regulator closed, you can see how much pressure there is. the second you open the dial drops to zero. didnt matter if the tank output was at 50 or 100. I was really hoping to be able to regulate at the end where I was working, but I ended up just moving the compressor to control
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