Pressure control is a special form of regulating flowing air in ventilation networks. In this method, the control variable is not the volume flow, but the measured line pressure, which is regulated against a reference pressure.

Wildeboer pressure regulators make this possible. In addition to advantages such as high control accuracy and the ability to shut off an air line, pressure control also offers the special option of combining the methods of volume flow control and pressure control.

The different control variables in the volume flow controller and pressure controller components prevent the system from oscillating and thus enable a wide range of possible applications. In particular, by keeping the pressure in the ventilation duct very constant and thus reducing the control effort of downstream volume flow controllers, a decisive contribution can be made to the energy-efficient operation of the ventilation system.