Constant pressure valve/Back pressure valve

Constant pressure valve/Back pressure valve
Constant pressure valve
Back pressure valve
Constant pressure valve/Back pressure valve

Constant pressure valve/Back pressure valve

Application

◆Constant pressure valve is a sanitary constant pressure valve to be applied to the food processing, beverage, pharmaceutical, and other areas of the pipeline system.
◆Constant pressure design has two kinds to maintain a constant pressure function selection:
1) V type (Inlet constant pressure); maintain constant pressure at the valve inlet. Such design is specially applied at the back of heat-exchanger. It is used as safety valve.
2) A type (Outlet constant pressure): maintain constant pressure at the outlet. Such design is used as the front of filling machine and bottle filling machine.

◆Size:1.5"-3",DN40-DN65
◆KV Value:KV36m3/h to KV62m3/h
◆Contact part of the material: 1.4404/316L, other parts: 304
◆Seal: EPDM+PTFE(FDA177.2600)
◆Connection mode : Clamps, Welding, Thread,ISO、DIN、SMS、RJT
◆Surface: sand blast outside, mirror finished inside (Ra≤0.6μm)
◆Working temperature: -10 to 150 ℃
◆Working pressure: 8 bar
◆The max working pressure: 12 bar ,Supercheuger(option)
◆Certificate:3-A-64-00,PED/97/23/EC,FDA177.5500

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