Valve Assembly Kits
Pressure Reducing Valve Assembly Kits
Pressure Reducing Valves are generally used as control devices to prevent over-pressure in water, compressed air, gas, oil and steam systems. They typically use a spring and diaphragm that work against the inlet pressure and in turn determine the outlet pressure.
When the force of the incoming fluid increases, the pressure diaphragm and therefore the spring load increases. When the inlet pressure decreases the load on the diaphragm decreases and the spring load acts to keep the pressure reducing valve flowing at the right pressure. A sudden increase or decrease in inlet pressure therefore has little effect on the pressure after the valve.
The DVA-PR pressure reducing valve assembly kit includes a new industrial pressure reducing valve, a set of tools and job worksheets, allowing students to easily learn about the construction, disassembly, maintenance and re-assembly of industrial pressure reducing valves.