What Is Safety Valve?
About Safety Valve
is a one kind of valve that automatically actuates when the inlet pressure increases to setting pressure, to open the valve disc and discharge the media ( steam or gas ) ; and when the pressure decreases to the prescribed value, to close the valve disc again. Safety Valve
is called a final safety device which controls the pressure and discharges certain amount of fluid by itself without any electric power support.
Safety Valve is mostly installed in a chemical plant, electric power boiler, gas storage tank, preventing the pressure vessels from exploding or damaging.
Function Of Safety Valve
- "Nozzle" inside the Safety Valve starts to receive a higher pressure from the inlet side of the valve.
- When the pressure becomes higher than the set pressure, "Disc" starts to lift and discharge the fluid.
- When the pressure decreases until the predetermined pressure, the force of the spring closes "Disc".
( Role of the spare parts )
Nozzle --- Pressure Entrance
Disc ----- Lid
Spring --- Pressure Controller
Generally, the Safety Valve
are referred to the Spring-loaded Pressure-relief valves, the most common type ( See the upper figure ).
The load of the spring is designed to press the "Disc" against the inlet pressure.
Depending on the fluid type, such as steam, gas or liquid, we are offering a Bellows model to clear the back pressure effect.
Pilot-operated Pressure-relief Valves are composed of Pilot Assy and Main Valve. Although Spring-loaded Pressure-relief valves adopts the force of the spring against the inlet pressure, the reliving pressure and reseating pressure of the Pilot-operated Pressure-relief Valves is controlled by Pilot Assy, which acts nearly as same as Spring-loaded Pressure-relief valves. There is no adjusting function in the Main Valve.
Pilot-operated Pressure-relief Valves have larger size variations compared to Spring-loaded type, which is applied in a severe condition such as high pressure.
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