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Curtiss-Wright Valves Division 1890 SERIES - PROCESS VALVE

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Air pressure relief valves can be applied to a variety of environments and equipment. Pressure relief valves are a safety valve used to keep equipment and the operators safe too. They're instrumental in applications where proper pressure levels are vital for correct and safe operation. Such as oil and gas, power generation like central heating systems, and multi-phase applications in refining and chemical processing. At Curtiss-Wright, we provide a range of different pressure relief valves based on two primary operations – spring loaded and pilot operated. Spring-loaded valves can either be conventional spring-loaded or balanced spring-loaded.
  • Threaded Steel PRV

  • Extensive range of chemical compatibility

  • Operate at high temperatures

  • Modulating control PORVs minimize the release of media

  • Increasing pressure helps to maintain the pilot's seal. Once the setpoint has been reached, the valve opens

Curtiss-Wright Valves Division 1890 SERIES - PROCESS VALVE Specifications:

  • Maximum Temperature (C)

    399
  • Minimum Temperature (C)

    -29
  • DN from

    15
  • DN to

    25
  • NPS from

    0.5
  • NPS to

    1
  • Certifications

    ASME/NB Section VIII and III for Air, Steam and Water/CSA B51 (Canada CRN)/ISO 9001- 2008/CSQL (China)/GOST-R (Russian)/US Coast Guard
  • Body Style

    Full Bore Nozzle Design
  • Body Material

    Carbon Steel Bonnet Stainless Steel Body & Trim
  • Other parts' material

    bonnet:316 St. St. / Carbon St.disk:316 St.
  • Media (working fluid)
    Air, Steam, Gas & Water
  • Set (Reduced) pressure from (bar)
    1.034
  • Set (Reduced) pressure to (bar)
    55.15
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