Pressure Reducing Valves
LVSA Pressure reducing valve is used to lower/maintain pipeline pressure to a pre-set value primarily in water application. Designed to automatically control downstream pressure the valve maintains a pre-set downstream pressure regardless of upstream pressure of fluctuation in flow. The main valve is controlled by a pilot valve. The set pressure on the pilot valve modulates the main valve to maintain the downstream pressure.
- Pressure reducing valves are designed to automatically maintain the outlet "set pressure" (static and residual) within a close range, regardless of fluctuations in the higher pressure inlet line or varying flow rates.
- These valves may be installed in any orientation either vertically or horizontally.
- A pilot valve provided for any outlet "set pressure" i.e 80 to 225 psi (5.5 to 15.5 bar)
- Rated for use at a maximum pressure of 250 psi (17.2 bar)
- Designed for easy maintenance and in-line service.
Flanged - Rising or Non rising - Right or left hand closing
Size: DN 50 to DN 600 (Flanged)
DN 8 to DN 100 (Screwed/threaded)
Pressure Rating: PN 10 to PN 25
Material of Construction: Cast steel