Pressure Reducing Valve

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DN15-150
meet the standard of UNI-CIG7430
Outlet pressure: 10 - 500mbar

Pressure Reducing  Valve imported from European is used for gas pressure Reducing of combustion system.

Fit for LPG, natural gas, town gas, air and other non-corrosive gases.

Maximum inlet pressure: 1bar or 5bar.

Aluminum alloy shell. NBR diaphragm.

Threaded connections for DN15-50

Flanged connection (PN16) for DN65-DN150.

Outlet pressure: 10 - 500mbar (different range according to specific spring).

Operating temperature: -10°C - +60°C.



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