Thermal Relief Valve & Safety Relief Valve

Thermal Relief Valve Usually 1/2″ or less, the thermal relief valve is designed to relieve excess pressure in a piping or equipment that might have built up due to temperature rise. This valve is mostly used when liquid is blocked in pipe.  Safety Relief Valve It acts as a fail-safe and provides pressure protection from steam, water, Read more about Thermal Relief Valve & Safety Relief Valve[…]

Control Valve

 Perfect Engineering Services We supply Control Valves for a variety of industrial purposes.    Control Valve  Control valves, or Final Control Element, is primarily used to control the flow, pressure, temperature, and the liquid’s level. Depending on the signals received from controllers, the valve may partially or fully open or close. The actuators, which maybe electrical, hydraulic, or pneumatic, act Read more about Control Valve[…]

Vacuum Breaker and Balanced Pressure Thermostatic Air Vent

We supply Vacuum Breakers and Balanced Pressure  Thermostatic Air Vents for a variety of industrial needs.  Vacuum Breaker   Vacuum breaker works like a check valve since it allows the entry of air in the steam or liquid system while preventing the escape of steam or liquid. It fits best on steam inlets to heat exchangers, chilled Read more about Vacuum Breaker and Balanced Pressure Thermostatic Air Vent[…]

Bellow Sealed Valve & Piston Valve

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing! Piston Valve  These seatless valves are used to control the flow of steam within a steam engine or locomotive. They regulate the admission of steam into the cylinders and its exhausting, enabling a locomotive to move under its own power. Read more about Bellow Sealed Valve & Piston Valve[…]

Condensate Recovery System

 Condensate Recovery Pump The condensate recovery pump (PCP) is chiefly used for pumping hot condensate, and is a completely non-electric solution designed to lift condensate to the boiler feed-water tank. Condensate contributes to approximately 15 to 20% of the steam heat and hence in today’s competitive market, it is inevitable to recover condensate (one of the purest forms Read more about Condensate Recovery System[…]

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