Meway Pilot-Operated Pressure Reducing Valves for Steam
In a steam-using plant, steam is often generated at high pressures and reduced locally to provide heat for each steam user. This is usually done to minimize the diameter of steam distribution piping and enable more cost-efficient steam delivery.
Pilot-Operated Pressure Reducing Valve: Adjustment spring places downward pressure setting force directly on a pilot valve, which is smaller and different from the main valve.
• Body: WCB or Stainless Steel
• Pressure: PN 10/16/25/40 and Class 150/300
• Max Size: DN 80 (3 inch)
• End connection: theading, SW and Flange