High Performance ASME Safety Valve For Steam Service

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High Performance ASME Safety Valve For Steam Service
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High Performance ASME Safety Valve For Steam Service

HTGS Series High Performance Steam Service Pressure Relief Valve is serviced for overpressure protection of power boiler, once-through boiler, reheater and other pressure vessel and pipe.
Our HTGS series product is fully designed and manufactured acording standard of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section I, Power Boilers.

Product Information:

  • Manufactured according to ASME SECTION I

  • Size: 1 1/2" -- 6"

  • Pressure: 300LB -- 2500LB

  • Temperature: ±520°c    

Product Feature:

  • The back pressure adjusting system utilizes the flowing steam to build and adjust back pressure, to ensure that lowdown is not more than 4% of set pressure.

  • Nozzle is welded with body, to make connection stable when it's serviced in the condition of high temperature and high pressure.

  • Connection of inlet and outlet is flange type, to make installation and maintenance easy.

  • Perfect guide design provides well alignment, to ensure that the operation of valve is agile and stable.

  • The selected materials are of high performance, which can be used in high temperature condition.

  • The nozzle and disc is faced with satellite, and lapped precisely.

  • Spring is produced through excellent technology, and tested under simulative service condition.

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Q:Globe Valve - Industrial Application?
The web page of the attached link has some good section drawings of the various valve types. Whereas ball and gate valves are designed as shut-off valves, and only operate efficiently fully closed or fully open, Globe valves, due to their internal design, can operate fairly efficiently in a partially open position to throttle or control the flow rate of liquids. They are used to control flow rates when mixing fluids or in batching operations where the fluid flow may need to continuously adjusted. The valves can be operated manually or automatically depending on the process.
Q:heater valve on a 1996 vw passat?
There is no Heater Control Valve. Coolant circulates through the heater core continuously. Air flow is directed through the heater core/ac evaporator in the air distribution box under the dash as required by user input. If you have no heat, there are a couple of things that could be wrong. A bad water pump, plugged up heater core, bad blend door/cable, bad Climatronic control head, or a bad actuator/motor. So, what's your question? What is the car doing/not doing that you think it should/should not do?
Q:How do i take my valves out?
The valves may not just slide right out. The keeper sometimes form a bit of a ridge on the valve.You need to remove that little ridge first if they don't just slide out. After they are out the guides may need work to achieve proper fit and centering of the valves. The valve seats may also need to be ground. Most of the time it is easiest to take the head to a machine shop for the valve work.
Q:Valve adjustment on my 1994 Honda civic ex?
Don't bother if you really don't need it (or don't know what it does). As cars get old, parts wear out and need to be adjusted. The valves open and close to let fuel in and exhaust gas out. unless you are suffering from some problem you don't need it. ==== I have 1994 Civic EX also. The good news is that the valves are very easy to access so the labor is cheap (no new parts unless the valves are really worn. good Luck P.S. My 94 Civic still runs like new and get great MPG. So if you get good MPG and have decent power, you don't need valve adjustment.
Q:Water Turnoff Valve will not come off?
Off is counter-clockwise. If it cannot be turned off, then you will have to find the main shutoff for the house. Shut down all the water. consider putting in copper pipe to cpvc shutoffs...they don't rust or corrode. 1/4 turn ball valve.
Q:Valve springs question?
You need to measure your installed height. No guessing here at all. Measure to be sure. If you don't have a valve spring micometer, you can use a std dail caliper's outside jaws. Remove spring, put retainer on, put 2 locks in, and pull up on retainer till it seats in lock groove. Now measure from spring seat on heads to bottom of retainer.. If you have to then you can measure to top of retainer and then measure thickness of retainer and take that off of your total. You have to know the installed height to figure spring pressure change. The 98214 springs has a rate of 411.. That 411 # per 1 inch and rated installed height is 1.700 So you take the amount of change from the 1.700 and X it by the rate of 411 and that's your total pressure change.. Then take or add that to your rated pressure (which is 115 #) and that gives you your new spring pressure So lets just say installed height is now 1.750 So .050 x 411 = 20.55 #, 115 - 20.55 = 94.45 # total seat pressure Now you need to list the cam your running, diff lift needs diff amount of spring pressure ***EDIT*** Thats a .465 lift cam. If your not winging RPMs past 5,000 then you can get away with a 80 # seat pressure spring, 6K rpm you would need about 5-8 # more seat pressure
Q:Who knows about pneumatic engine valves?
not really
Q:Idle valve for accord 2005?
Probably won't help. Idle Air Control valves are blamed probably ten times as often as they are at fault in Honda engines. It is mounted on the side of the throttle body and has a connector with wires instead of hoses. You don't mention why you are interested in the IAC valve, but if it is because of idle hunting (revving between about 500 rpm and 1500 rpm smoothly and rhythmically), a bubble in the coolant is by far the most common cause. If the coolant is changed and not bled the normal idle speed can't get hot coolant to the Fast Idle Thermo valve (FITV) so it figures the engine is cold and the valve opens to raise the idle. That raises the coolant to the FITV, which then decides the engine is warm so the valve closes, dropping the idle speed, over and over. Burping the coolant, by opening the bleed nipple on top of one of the radiator hose housings at the engine half a turn until a steady stream of coolant comes out, should stop that. Do it with the engine cold.
Q:PCV valve on 98 Eclipse?
Your okorder.com okorder.com, which covers all Eclipse/Talon models.
Q:Do blow-off valves cause problems in Audi tts?
Well, in the audi system it expects to get the extra boost back from the diverter valve so it would be against your best interest to blow off all the boost. However, they do make blow off valves that sound great but only lose 10-30% of the boost which would have little to no effect on the car and you still get that cool sound. I personally am not into blow off valves so I've never bought one but I've heard some good things about Forge blow off valves and I believe they make a 30% blow off like what you would want.

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