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Steam Relief Valves | McMaster-Carr

For use with low-pressure steam-heating boilers requiring pressure relief at 15 psi these valves meet ASME Code Section IV. All spring fully open at the set pressure and remain open until the system pressure is restored below the set pressure. Body is bronze for durability and a long service life. Vented relief ports exhaust discharge directly.

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Control Valve Characteristics | Spirax Sarco

In heat exchangers which use steam as the primary heating agent temperature control is achieved by varying the flow of steam through a two-port control valve to match the rate at which steam condenses on the heating surfaces.

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Control Valve Characteristics | Spirax Sarco

In heat exchangers which use steam as the primary heating agent temperature control is achieved by varying the flow of steam through a two-port control valve to match the rate at which steam condenses on the heating surfaces.

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What is a Crown Valve? - Info Bloom

Feb 16 2021 · Worker A crown valve also referred to as a stop valve is an essential part of an industrial steam boiler system that is used to regulate and slowly dissipate pressurized steam in a boiler. It can also be used to allow the steam to escape the boiler and enter the piping system providing heat energy or other steam functions.

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46 CFR § 52.01-3 - Definitions of terms used in this part ...

A main steam stop valve is a valve usually connected directly to the boiler for the purpose of shutting off the steam from the main steam line. (3) Auxiliary steam stop valve. An auxiliary steam stop valve is a valve usually connected directly to the boiler for the purpose of shutting off the steam from the auxiliary lines (including the whistle lines).

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