A pressure relief valve comes with DN 32 nominal diameter, the working temperature is ≤65 ℃ in cold water, and hot water ≤95 ℃. The adjustable pressure relief valve is used to limit or control the pressure in a system, to prevent major damage to equipment and injury to workers.
Tips: Why choose a pressure relief valve?
Although the water flows through the pressure reducing valve has a large head loss, it is still energy-saving in general because it reduces the waste of water, makes the system flow distribution reasonable, and improves the system layout and working conditions. Where the medium is steam, a pilot piston pressure reducing valve or a pilot bellows pressure reducing valve should be selected. For the convenience of operation, adjustment and maintenance, the pressure relief valve should generally be installed on the horizontal pipeline.