• What is the difference between a low pressure valve and a pressure reducing valve?

    What is the difference between a low pressure valve and a pressure reducing valve?

    The high pressure valve and the low pressure valve are collectively referred to as the pressure reducing valve. The difference is that the high pressure valve output pressure has a high flow rate (the output pressure is adjustable, the thimble screwing pressure is high, and vice versa is low), and t... read more

    Sep 06,2019 News
  • What is the difference between a pressure reducing valve and a pressure limiting valve?

    What is the difference between a pressure reducing valve and a pressure limiting valve?

    The pressure reducing valve is a valve that adjusts the inlet pressure to a certain required outlet pressure and relies on the energy of the medium itself to automatically maintain the outlet pressure. From the point of view of fluid mechanics, the pressure reducing valve is a throttling element who... read more

    Sep 12,2019 News
  • Pressure limiting valve

    Pressure limiting valve

    Pressure limiting valve function: 1. The function of the pressure limiting device is that when the pressure in the pot reaches the working pressure during the heating process, the pressure limiting valve is exhausted through the venting hole to prevent the pressure from continuing to rise, and the p... read more

    Sep 21,2019 News