2" steam pressure regulators are highly efficient devices designed to control the steam pressure in the system and ensure safe and reliable operation. The steam pressure regulator valve is ideal for regulating steam pressure in boilers, heating systems or other industrial processes.
- Model: ATO-Y34H-DN50
- Body Material: Cast Steel
- Connection Form: Flange
- Nominal Diameter: DN 50 (2")
- Nominal Pressure: 1.6MPa, 2.5MPa, 4.0MPa
- Working Temperature: <200C
- Applicable Medium: Water steam, boiler steam, high temperature steam, etc.
- Weight: 26kg
- A 2 inch steam pressure regulator automatically adjusts the pressure of the steam to maintain a constant pressure in the system.
- The steam pressure reducing valve has a high degree of accuracy, ensuring that the pressure remains constant within a tight tolerance range.
- The steam pressure regulator is easy to install and can be retrofitted to existing steam systems with minimal disruption.
- ATO steam pressure regulator is highly reliable and can operate for extended periods without requiring maintenance.
Dimension (Unit mm)
- Pressure gauge
- Steam pressure regulator
- Globe valve
- Safety valve
- Bypass channel
Steam pressure regulators are widely used in power plants, chemical plants, and refineries, where they play a crucial role in ensuring the safe and efficient operation of boilers and other steam-powered equipment. In addition, steam pressure regulators are also used in the food and beverage industry, pharmaceuticals, and hospitals, where they are utilized to control the pressure of steam used for sterilization processes.
Tips: How does a steam pressure reducing valve work?
A steam pressure reducing valve (PRV) is a device used to control the pressure of steam in a system. It works by reducing the pressure of steam from a high pressure source to a lower pressure level that is required for a specific process or application.
The PRV operates by using a spring-loaded diaphragm or piston to regulate the flow of steam. The diaphragm or piston is exposed to both the inlet and outlet steam pressure, and its position is adjusted by the spring tension to maintain a constant outlet pressure.
When the inlet steam pressure exceeds the setpoint of the PRV, the diaphragm or piston moves to restrict the flow of steam, reducing the pressure downstream. Conversely, if the inlet pressure drops below the setpoint, the diaphragm or piston moves to allow more steam to flow through the valve, increasing the pressure downstream.
Steam PRVs may also include additional features such as temperature sensing elements or controllers to provide better control over the steam pressure and ensure safety of the system.