Pressure Reducing and Stabilization Control Valve are control valves that reduce the outlet pressure to the desired value by stabilizing the inlet pressure.
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Pressure Reducing and Stabilization Control Valve are control valves that reduce the outlet pressure to the desired value by stabilizing the inlet pressure. There are two pilots on the valve. The upstream pilot is the pressure stabilizing pilot and stabilizes the inlet pressure. The other pilot is the pressure reducing pilot and it reduces the output pressure to the desired value and keeps it constant. Pressure reducing and holding control valve ensures that the system operates at normal values by reducing excessive flow and high pressure in the down slope direction. The valve keeps it constant by constantly controlling the inlet pressure and outlet pressure without being affected by the flow rate changes.
|Operating pressure||Standard||0.7 – 16 bar (10 – 240 psi)|
|Low Pressure Range||0.5 – 10 bar (7.5 – 160 psi)|
|High Pressure Range||0.7 – 25 bar (10 – 360 psi)|
|Heat||min. Operating temperature||-10 °C (14 °F) DIN 2401/2|
|Max. Operating temperature||80 °C (176 °F) DIN 2401/2|
|Connection||flanged||DIN 2501, ISO 7005 – 2|
|Gear||ISO (BSP), ANSI (NPT)|
|Hydraulic Connections||standard|| Reinforced Nylon (Air Brake)|
Hydraulic Pipe SAE J 844
|Optional||Copper DIN 1057|
|Actuator Type||With Single Control Chamber | With Diaphragm Actuator, With Diaphragm Closure|