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A pressure relief valve (PRV) is a safety device that relieves overpressure in a vessel or system. When the pressure of vessel or system increased beyond the specified design pressure or maximum allowable working pressure, PRV will be opened automaticly to relief the overpressure for proteding the vessel or system. The PRV will be closed if the pressure reached specified design pressure so that to ensure the normal operation and protect the vessel or system.

Our Pressure Relief Valve has been designed and manuractured according to following Standard:

♦ ISO 4123-1 Safety Devices for Portection Against Excessve Pressure
♦ API STD 526 Flanged Steel Pressure Relief Valves
♦ API STD 527 Seat Tightness of Pressure Relief Valves

♦ ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section VIII Division 1, Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels

Peformance:
♦ Type: Conventional, Bellows

♦ Size:1" D 2"- 8" T 10"
♦ Class:150lb~2500lb
♦ Temperature:-268~+538°C

♦ Fluid: Gas, Steam, and Liquid
♦ Material: Carbon steel, Stainless steel, Alloy steel
♦ The allowable tolerance of the set pressure: ≤±3%
♦ Overpressure: ≤10%(gas)/≤20%(liquid)
♦ Blowdown: ≤10%(gas)/≤20%(liquid)

♦ Tightness: conforms to API STD 527

Features:

♦The solid nozzle is screwed into the body, which makes the maintenance easy.
♦ The shape of the disc holder has been designed to enhance the effect of the fluid thrust for an instant lift of the disc.
♦ Blowdown control is provided with adjustable nuzzle ring only.
♦ The adequate terials and clearance between disc holder and guide , spindle and adjusting screw assures disc to lift successfully.

♦ The surface of both the disc and the nozzle seat are deposited with Stellite. Excellent flatness and surface finish of the seating surfaces by precision machining and lapping assure pressure relief valve to have high degree of seat tightness and long using life.

♦ The bellows of balanced bellows pressure relief valves can not only avoid and effect of variable back pressure in the system , but also protect spring and other trim components from corrosive media.

♦ Materials are chosen carefully , and the manufacture of the spring and the bellows has strict technological process. Each of them is tested and checked strictly.

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Q:Volvo valve cover replacement?
valve covers are easy to remove and replace. don't pay 650 bucks for that. yes, you can use the red sealant, but I would suggest high temperature sealant, usually comes in black, it's oil resistant also. just move anything out of your way, unbolt the valve cover, clean the surfaces off the gasket will touch (cover and engine) apply gasket maker and re-attach.
Q:Anybody with a valve replacement?Which valves do u think are more successful,mechanical or natural?
Usually with an artificial valve, you'll need to be on a blood thinner for the rest of your life. If they use a natural valve, you usually won't need the blood thinner - perhaps you will for a little while, but not permanently. You can request a natural valve, but the surgeon doesn't know what size/shape of valve you need until he actually opens you up and sees what he's working with. He has an idea, based on the x-rays and MRIs you've had done, but he won't know for sure until he actually see it. So the surgeons are going to request that the Organ Procurement Department to thaw out two or three valves, depending on what they see in the tests. You can't just keep thawing out valaves, testing them, and then refreezing them if they aren't what you are looking for, so if they turn out to not be a good fit, he's going to turn to an artificial valve. So you could request a natural valve, but because of the shape of the gap that he needs to fill, you may have to have an artificial valve. Blood thinners scare people, and your friends will tell you horror stories about how their uncle's cousin's Nephew cut his arm and bled to death because he was on a blood thinner! That could happen, but it is very rare. What does happen is that you will have to go to your doctor once a month and have a blood test, and if your blood is too thin, you need to ease off on the blood thinning medication. Or if it is too thick, you need to take more. If you're blood is too thin, you'll bruise more easily - which might be embarrassing if the bruise can be seen. Blood thinners aren't as dangerous as they make them out to be, but they can be inconvenient!
Q:egr valve on an 89 corsica?
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Q:Loose Valves... What Do They Cause By Being Loose?
Your bike has shim-on-bucket valve train, and like any mechanical system, its going to make a certain amount of noise. It's not something that's easily adjusted w/o some experience and special tools. You should call around to get prices and get it done at the recommended interval unless you've been hammering on the bike, in which case a little early won't hurt. If you have some mechanical inclination, go ahead and get some feeler gages and check your lash yourself. Just make sure the cam lobe is pointed away from the valve you're checking. Good luck.
Q:boiler bleed valve replacement?
Very easy but quite slow. Open the bleed points on the upstairs radiators and the system will fill evenly. Shut the bleeds when the water reaches them of course. If the pump is accessible loosen the big screw head on the top of it and the will bleed air from the pump. When you think the system is full and the noise of entering water stops then go around to all of the upstairs radiators and check that there is no further trapped air.
Q:EGR valve removal of a 1997 Lincoln Continental?
I am assuming you want to replace the EGR valve because you are getting an insufficient EGR flow trouble code. Before you replace a perfectly good valve with an inferior aftermarket part that will likely fix nothing, a little more diagnosis is in order. If you have access to a scan tool and a vacuum gauge, perform a KOER (key on engine running) test on the engine with the vacuum gauge connected to the hose to the EGR valve. When self-test reaches the EGR test, look for the vacuum guage to move during the self test. If it moves, the vacuum source and EGR solenoid are good. If not, trace the vacuum harness for leaks. Without the scanner and vacuum gauge, find a length of hose and suck on the hose, or connect to other vacuum source to test the valve. You are looking for an RPM drop at idle when you open the valve in this way. I suspect your problem is a passageway clogged with carbon. Remove the valve and throttle body to access the clogged areas and manually decarbonize. This is the most common reason for an insufficient EGR flow on a Lincoln, along with a faulty DPFE sensor or related hoses. My money is on the clogged passages or the bad DPFE sensor.
Q:Heater Control Valve?
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A valve job involves removing the head from the engine, disassembling the head regrinding the valves seats and installing new valve seals guides. new engine vs. valve job? Depends on how many miles are on the original engine. It's seldom a good idea to do only a valve job on a hi mileage engine. Valve job would be cheaper at first, unless you plan on keeping the car for a long time, then a new engine would be a good choice. Maybe the guy was just setting you up to ask for a lower price?
Q:My backflow valve is always dripping.?
They are like any valve that may not have to operate in a while, sediment in the line gets caught in the seat of the back flow preventer when pressure has been lost to one side. The valve can be disassembled and cleaned but is not for the novice unless you have a lot of time. You can cap it for now but get it repaired or replaced because you will have little protection in keeping boiler water from your drinking water if the pressure is lost.

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