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DRV 200 / 200 G

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves. The series has a high setting accuracy and good response behaviour due to their low friction of the few moving internal parts.

Nominal size DN 8 to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 25 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,8 up to 8 bar
Temperature range -15°C to 100°C

DRV 225 / 226

Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves. The series has a high setting accuracy and good response behaviour due to their low friction of the few moving internal parts.

Nominal size DN 8 to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 60 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 45 bar
Temperature range -15°C to 190°C

DRV 250

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves. The series has a high setting accuracy and good response behaviour due to their low friction of the few moving internal parts.

Nominal size DN 8 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 25 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,2 up to 2 bar
Temperature range -15°C to 100°C

DRV 230 / 230 G

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves. The series has a high setting accuracy and good response behaviour due to the low friction of the few moving internal parts.

Nominal size DN 8 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 25 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,8 up to 8 bar
Temperature range -15°C to 100°C

DRV 235

Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-operated, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves. The series has a high setting accuracy and good response behaviour due to their low friction of the few moving internal parts.

Nominal size DN 8 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 20 bar
Temperature range -15°C to 190°C

DRV 302 / 303 / 308

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 10 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 302-6 / 303-6

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 16 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 6 bar
Temperature range -15°C to 75°C

DRV 324 / 325

Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have an inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 20 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 350

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 16 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,2 up to 2 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 372 / 373 / 378

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,5 up to 9 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 402 / 403 / 408

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 65
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 10 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 402-6 / 403-6

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 65
Inlet pressure up to 16 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 6 bar
Temperature range -15°C to 75°C

DRV 424 / 425

Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have an inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 65
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 20 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 450

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 65
Inlet pressure up to 16 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,2 up to 2 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 472 / 472 / 478

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 65
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,5 up to 9 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 502 / 508

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 80
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 10 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 502-6

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 80
Inlet pressure up to 16 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 6 bar
Temperature range -15°C to 100°C

DRV 524 / 525

Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 80
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 to 20 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 550

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 80
Inlet pressure up to 16 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,2 up to 2 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 572 / 578

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 80
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,5 up to 9 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 602 / 608

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS.

Nominal size DN 65 up to DN 150
Inlet pressure up to 16/ 25 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 10 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 130°C

DRV 602-6

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. All seals have ELL and W270 approvals, the metallic components comply with the UBA positive list.

Nominal size DN 65 up to DN 150
Inlet pressure up to 16 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 6 bar
Temperature range -15°C to 100°C

DRV 624

Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have an inlet pressure compensation. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS.

Nominal size DN 65 up to DN 150
Inlet pressure up to 24 bar
Outlet pressure from 4 up to 12 bar
Temperature range -15°C to 100°C

DRV 672 / 678

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS.

Nominal size DN 65 up to DN 150
Inlet pressure up to 16/ 25 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,5 to 9 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 130°C

DRV 702 / 708

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 10 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 703

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 32
Inlet pressure up to 25 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 6 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 75°C

DRV 724 / 725

Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 20 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 732-D / 738-D

Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have an inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Due to the sealing materials used, the series are ideally suited for steam applications.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 16 bar
Outlet pressure from 2 up to 10 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 200°C

DRV 750

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 25 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,2 up to 2 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 772 / 778

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,5 up to 9 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 802 / 808

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 to 10 bar
Temperature range -30°C up to 190°C

DRV 824 / 825

Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 20 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 832-D / 838-D

Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have an inlet pressure compensation. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS. Due to the seal materials used, the series are ideally suited for steam applications.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 16 bar
Outlet pressure from 2 up to 10 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 200°C

DRV 850

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 25 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,2 up to 2 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

DRV 872 / 878

Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS.

Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50
Inlet pressure up to 40 bar
Outlet pressure from 0,5 up to 9 bar
Temperature range -30°C to 190°C

THREAD CONNECTION MODEL 513 –  FLANGA CONNECTION MODEL 514.  – For steam and gases. (For liquids, consult our technical department). Suitable for application in; ironing machines, laundries and dry cleaners’, cooking vats, textile machinery, drying cylinders, autoclaves, steam ovens, distilleries, heat exchangers, the food industry, chemical laboratories, etc.

PS46
The ADCA PS46 series pressure sustaining valves are single seated, bellows sealed controllers that operate without auxiliary energy. These valves are designed for use with steam, compressed air, and other gases compatible with the construction. They are particularly suitable for sustaining steam pressure in all energy and process systems where minimum upstream pressures must be kept under control.

The ADCA PRV57
Pilot operated pressure reducing valves are designed for use with steam, compressed air, nitrogen and other gases compatible with the construction materials. The PRV57 can be installed in pressure reducing stations throughout all industries, and provide sensitive and accurate control even when inlet pressure fluctuations or relevant flow variations occur.

DIAPHRAGM SENSING PRESSURE REDUCING VALVE PRV 30SS –  The ADCA PRV30 series direct acting, spring-loaded diaphragm sensing, balanced valve pressure reducing valves, are designed for use on compressed air, water and other gases or liquids compatible with the materials of construction. They are suitable for pressure reducing stations at the point of use on laundry machines, dyeing, food industries, sterilizers, etc.

THE AB PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES are balanced inlet design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gas, water and oil. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. The AB is also a WRAS – Approved Product.

PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES – TYPE B2. – The B2 pressure reducing valves combines high capacity with attendant high accuracy of reduced pressure for steam and gases. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. Valves are supplied in sizes half inch to six inch in SG Iron with ends screwed female or alternatively flanged to customers requirements.

PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES – TYPE C3. – The C3 pressure reducing valves are direct acting nozzle design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gas, water, oil and steam. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. Valves are supplied in sizes one and half inch to four inch in Gunmetal with ends screwed female or alternatively flanged to customers requirements.

PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES TYPE C3-L – The C3 L pressure reducing valves are balanced inlet design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gas, water and oil. These valves are ideally suitable for tank blanketing systems, where very low pressures are involved. Valves are supplied in sizes half inch to three inch with ends screwed female or alternatively flanged to customers requirements. The maximum inlet pressure is 10.0 Barg, reduced pressure ranges of 0.015 to 1.0 Barg are possible.

PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES TYPE C4 – The C4 High pressure reducing valves are direct acting nozzle design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gases, water and oil. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. Manufactured in Bronze for inlet pressures up to 138 Bar g. For higher inlet pressures, valves are supplied in Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel. The reduced pressure range is from 7 Bar g to 70 Bar g, although higher or lower reduced pressures can be accommodated to suit a particular application.

PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES – TYPE C6 – The C6 pressure reducing valves are direct acting nozzle design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gas, water, oil and steam. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. Valves are supplied in sizes quarter inch to one and a quarter inch in Gunmetal with ends screwed female or alternatively flanged to customers requirements. Inlet pressures of up to 250 psig for steam and 300 psig for air and liquid service can be accommodated, although up to 600 psig can be achieved using a reduced orifice and screwed ends.

PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES TYPE C7/C8 – The C7/C8 pressure reducing valves are direct acting nozzle design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gas, water, oil and steam. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. Valves are supplied in sizes one inch to two inch with ends screwed female or alternatively flanged to customers requirements. The maximum inlet pressure is 40.0 Barg, reduced pressure ranges of 0.35 to 10.0 Barg are possible.

PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES TYPE C9 – The C9 pressure reducing valves are direct acting nozzle design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gas, water, oil and steam. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. Valves are supplied in sizes half inch to four inch with ends screwed female or alternatively flanged to customers requirements. The maximum inlet pressure is 82.0 Barg, reduced pressure ranges of 1.70 to 21.0 Barg are possible.

The pressure reduction occurs by throttling the free cross section between the seat and the cone. Any change in pressure on the downstream pressure side is immediately converted into a lifting movement of the valve cone.
At zero consumption, that is, when the consumption on the downstream pressure side is zero, the valve doesn’t close tightly.
There is no need for additional accessories such as a water seal pot. It is possible to install the valve quick and easy.
They are mainly used in industrial plants, plant engineering and process engineering.
Pressure reducing valves can be supplied with flanges, weld ends or threaded connections.
DN15 to DN200 (1/2“ bis 8“) PN16 to PN40
outlet pressure: 1–40 bar for steam

The pressure reduction occurs by throttling the free cross section between the seat and the cone. Any change in pressure on the downstream pressure side is immediately converted into a lifting movement of the valve cone.
At zero consumption, that is, when the consumption on the downstream pressure side is zero, the valve doesn’t close tightly.
The pressure reducing valve T65 is suitable for compressible media, e.g. compressed air, natural gas, nitrogen, as well as for incompressible media, e.g. water, oil, fuels, LPG (propane, butane) etc.
They are mainly used in industrial plants, plant engineering and process engineering.
Pressure reducing valves can be supplied with flanges, weld ends or threaded connections.
DN15 to DN200 (1/2“ bis 8“) PN16 to PN40
outlet pressure: 1–40 bar for liquids and gases

The valve is well suited for intermittent consumption. At zero consumption, that is, when the consumption on the downstream pressure side is zero, the valve closes safely by low pressure increase.
The pressure reducing valve T679 is suitable for compressible media, e.g. steam, compressed air, natural gas, nitrogen, as well as for incompressible media, e.g. water, oil, fuels, LPG (propane, butane) etc.
They are mainly used in industrial plants, plant engineering and process engineering.
Pressure reducing valves can be supplied with flanges, weld ends or threaded connections.
DN15 to DN65 (1/2“ bis 2 1/2“) PN16 to PN40
outlet pressure: 0,5–20 bar with stainless steel bellow 1.4571 for liquids, gases and steam

Pressure reducing valve – Model T7 self-operated, for steam The function of pressure reducing valves (pressure regulating valves) is, to reduce a varying or constant upstream pressure (inlet pressure) of the steam to a constant reduced pressure (outlet pressure, back pressure) which is independent of the upstream pressure. The pressure reduction occurs by throttling the free cross section between the seat and cone. Via a pulse line, which is already installed on the valve, the reduced pressure presses on a control piston. As a result, any change in pressure on the downstream pressure side is immediately converted into a lifting movement of the valve cone. The valve is well suited for intermittent consumption. At zero consumption, that is, when the consumption on the downstream pressure side is zero, the valve closes safely by low pressure increase. There is no need for additional accessories such as a water seal pot. It is possible to install the valve quick and easy. They are mainly used in industrial plants, plant engineering and process engineering. Pressure reducing valves can be supplied with flanges, weld ends or threaded connections.

The pressure reducing valve T9 is suitable for compressible media, e.g. compressed air, natural gas, nitrogen, as well as for incompressible media, e.g. water, oil, fuels, LPG (propane, butane) etc.
They are mainly used in industrial plants, plant engineering and process engineering.
Pressure reducing valves can be supplied with flanges, weld ends or threaded connections.
DN15 to DN200 (1/2“ bis 8“) PN16 to PN40
outlet pressure: 0,5–20 bar for liquids and gases

The valve is well suited for intermittent consumption. At zero consumption, that is, when the consumption on the downstream pressure side is zero, the valve closes safely by low pressure increase.
The pressure reducing valve T95 is suitable for compressible media, e.g. compressed air, natural gas, nitrogen, as well as for incompressible media, e.g. water, oil, fuels, LPG (propane, butane) etc.
They are mainly used in industrial plants, plant engineering and process engineering.
Pressure reducing valves can be supplied with flanges or threaded connections.
DN15 to DN40 (1/2“ bis 1 1/2“) PN16 to PN40
outlet pressure: 0,5–15 bar for liquids and gases

Description
Low-pressure reducing and relief valves regulate pressures in mbar range and serve the inertisation and blanketing of containers, reactors, stirrer vessels, centrifuges, etc. with inert gas such as nitrogen.
Inertisation For discontinuous batch processes before process start, the reactor chamber is rendered inert. The inertisation of spaces describes the process to displace the oxygen in the air or other reactive or explosive gases or gas compounds by adding of inert gas

Description Low-pressure reducing and relief valves regulate pressures in mbar range and serve the inertisation and blanketing of containers, reactors, stirrer vessels, centrifuges, etc. with inert gas such as nitrogen.
Inertisation For discontinuous batch processes before process start, the reactor chamber is rendered inert. The inertisation of spaces describes the process to displace the oxygen in the air or other reactive or explosive gases or gas compounds by adding of inert gas

Description Low-pressure reducing and relief valves regulate pressures in mbar range and serve the inertisation and blanketing of containers, reactors, stirrer vessels, centrifuges, etc. with inert gas such as nitrogen.
Inertisation For discontinuous batch processes before process start, the reactor chamber is rendered inert. The inertisation of spaces describes the process to displace the oxygen in the air or other reactive or explosive gases or gas compounds by adding of inert gas.

DESCRIPTION Tank blanketing valves are commonly used in tank storage systems to prevent and protect against explosions (avoiding flammable liquids being vented from vessel), to control product contamination against external air that may fill the vapour space, to reduce evaporation losses (consequently product losses), to reduce internal corrosion (caused by air and moisture) and to prevent vacuum condition. The blanketing process consists in covering the stored medium, usually a liquid, with a gas (normally N2). MAIN FEATURES Compact design. No rising stem, except when supplied with top cap.

STANDARD SURFACE FINISH Internal wetted parts: ≤ 0,51 micron Ra – SF1. Body and cover Internal: machined / as casted. External: as casted. Ultrasonic cleaning.

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DRV 200 / 200 G Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves. The series has a high setting accuracy and good response behaviour due to their low friction of the few moving internal parts. Nominal size DN 8 to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 25 bar Outlet pressure from 0,8 up to 8 bar Temperature range -15°C to 100°C
DRV 225 / 226 Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves. The series has a high setting accuracy and good response behaviour due to their low friction of the few moving internal parts. Nominal size DN 8 to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 60 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 45 bar Temperature range -15°C to 190°C
DRV 250 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves. The series has a high setting accuracy and good response behaviour due to their low friction of the few moving internal parts. Nominal size DN 8 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 25 bar Outlet pressure from 0,2 up to 2 bar Temperature range -15°C to 100°C
DRV 230 / 230 G Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves. The series has a high setting accuracy and good response behaviour due to the low friction of the few moving internal parts. Nominal size DN 8 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 25 bar Outlet pressure from 0,8 up to 8 bar Temperature range -15°C to 100°C
DRV 235 Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-operated, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves. The series has a high setting accuracy and good response behaviour due to their low friction of the few moving internal parts. Nominal size DN 8 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 20 bar Temperature range -15°C to 190°C
DRV 302 / 303 / 308 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 10 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 302-6 / 303-6 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 16 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 6 bar Temperature range -15°C to 75°C
DRV 324 / 325 Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have an inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 20 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 350 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 16 bar Outlet pressure from 0,2 up to 2 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 372 / 373 / 378 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 0,5 up to 9 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 402 / 403 / 408 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 65 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 10 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 402-6 / 403-6 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 65 Inlet pressure up to 16 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 6 bar Temperature range -15°C to 75°C
DRV 424 / 425 Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have an inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 65 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 20 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 450 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 65 Inlet pressure up to 16 bar Outlet pressure from 0,2 up to 2 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 472 / 472 / 478 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 65 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 0,5 up to 9 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 502 / 508 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 80 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 10 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 502-6 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 80 Inlet pressure up to 16 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 6 bar Temperature range -15°C to 100°C
DRV 524 / 525 Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 80 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 to 20 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 550 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 80 Inlet pressure up to 16 bar Outlet pressure from 0,2 up to 2 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 572 / 578 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 80 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 0,5 up to 9 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 602 / 608 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS. Nominal size DN 65 up to DN 150 Inlet pressure up to 16/ 25 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 10 bar Temperature range -30°C to 130°C
DRV 602-6 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. All seals have ELL and W270 approvals, the metallic components comply with the UBA positive list. Nominal size DN 65 up to DN 150 Inlet pressure up to 16 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 6 bar Temperature range -15°C to 100°C
DRV 624 Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have an inlet pressure compensation. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS. Nominal size DN 65 up to DN 150 Inlet pressure up to 24 bar Outlet pressure from 4 up to 12 bar Temperature range -15°C to 100°C
DRV 672 / 678 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS. Nominal size DN 65 up to DN 150 Inlet pressure up to 16/ 25 bar Outlet pressure from 0,5 to 9 bar Temperature range -30°C to 130°C
DRV 702 / 708 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 10 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 703 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 32 Inlet pressure up to 25 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 6 bar Temperature range -30°C to 75°C
DRV 724 / 725 Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 20 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 732-D / 738-D Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have an inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Due to the sealing materials used, the series are ideally suited for steam applications. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 16 bar Outlet pressure from 2 up to 10 bar Temperature range -30°C to 200°C
DRV 750 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 25 bar Outlet pressure from 0,2 up to 2 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 772 / 778 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 0,5 up to 9 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 802 / 808 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 to 10 bar Temperature range -30°C up to 190°C
DRV 824 / 825 Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 1,5 up to 20 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 832-D / 838-D Pressure reducing valves of the series are piston-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have an inlet pressure compensation. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS. Due to the seal materials used, the series are ideally suited for steam applications. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 16 bar Outlet pressure from 2 up to 10 bar Temperature range -30°C to 200°C
DRV 850 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 25 bar Outlet pressure from 0,2 up to 2 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
DRV 872 / 878 Pressure reducing valves of the series are diaphragm-controlled, spring-loaded pressure reducing valves and have inlet pressure compensation. The cartridge design allows easy replacement of the internal parts. All sizes are available with flanges according to DIN, ANSI or JIS. Nominal size DN 15 up to DN 50 Inlet pressure up to 40 bar Outlet pressure from 0,5 up to 9 bar Temperature range -30°C to 190°C
THREAD CONNECTION MODEL 513 –  FLANGA CONNECTION MODEL 514.  – For steam and gases. (For liquids, consult our technical department). Suitable for application in; ironing machines, laundries and dry cleaners’, cooking vats, textile machinery, drying cylinders, autoclaves, steam ovens, distilleries, heat exchangers, the food industry, chemical laboratories, etc.
PS46 The ADCA PS46 series pressure sustaining valves are single seated, bellows sealed controllers that operate without auxiliary energy. These valves are designed for use with steam, compressed air, and other gases compatible with the construction. They are particularly suitable for sustaining steam pressure in all energy and process systems where minimum upstream pressures must be kept under control.
The ADCA PRV57 Pilot operated pressure reducing valves are designed for use with steam, compressed air, nitrogen and other gases compatible with the construction materials. The PRV57 can be installed in pressure reducing stations throughout all industries, and provide sensitive and accurate control even when inlet pressure fluctuations or relevant flow variations occur.
DIAPHRAGM SENSING PRESSURE REDUCING VALVE PRV 30SS –  The ADCA PRV30 series direct acting, spring-loaded diaphragm sensing, balanced valve pressure reducing valves, are designed for use on compressed air, water and other gases or liquids compatible with the materials of construction. They are suitable for pressure reducing stations at the point of use on laundry machines, dyeing, food industries, sterilizers, etc.
THE AB PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES are balanced inlet design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gas, water and oil. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. The AB is also a WRAS – Approved Product.
PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES – TYPE B2. – The B2 pressure reducing valves combines high capacity with attendant high accuracy of reduced pressure for steam and gases. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. Valves are supplied in sizes half inch to six inch in SG Iron with ends screwed female or alternatively flanged to customers requirements.
PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES – TYPE C3. – The C3 pressure reducing valves are direct acting nozzle design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gas, water, oil and steam. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. Valves are supplied in sizes one and half inch to four inch in Gunmetal with ends screwed female or alternatively flanged to customers requirements.
PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES TYPE C3-L – The C3 L pressure reducing valves are balanced inlet design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gas, water and oil. These valves are ideally suitable for tank blanketing systems, where very low pressures are involved. Valves are supplied in sizes half inch to three inch with ends screwed female or alternatively flanged to customers requirements. The maximum inlet pressure is 10.0 Barg, reduced pressure ranges of 0.015 to 1.0 Barg are possible. Read More
PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES TYPE C4 – The C4 High pressure reducing valves are direct acting nozzle design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gases, water and oil. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. Manufactured in Bronze for inlet pressures up to 138 Bar g. For higher inlet pressures, valves are supplied in Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel. The reduced pressure range is from 7 Bar Read More
PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES – TYPE C6 – The C6 pressure reducing valves are direct acting nozzle design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gas, water, oil and steam. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. Valves are supplied in sizes quarter inch to one and a quarter inch in Gunmetal with ends screwed female or alternatively flanged to customers requirements. Inlet pressures of up Read More
PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES TYPE C7/C8 – The C7/C8 pressure reducing valves are direct acting nozzle design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gas, water, oil and steam. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. Valves are supplied in sizes one inch to two inch with ends screwed female or alternatively flanged to customers requirements. The maximum inlet pressure is 40.0 Barg, reduced pr Read More
PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES TYPE C9 – The C9 pressure reducing valves are direct acting nozzle design, which are suitable for use on compressed air, gas, water, oil and steam. These valves are used in a variety of applications throughout industry, where their outstanding accuracy and reliability have been proven. Valves are supplied in sizes half inch to four inch with ends screwed female or alternatively flanged to customers requirements. The maximum inlet pressure is 82.0 Barg, reduced pressu Read More
The pressure reduction occurs by throttling the free cross section between the seat and the cone. Any change in pressure on the downstream pressure side is immediately converted into a lifting movement of the valve cone. At zero consumption, that is, when the consumption on the downstream pressure side is zero, the valve doesn’t close tightly. There is no need for additional accessories such as a water seal pot. It is possible to install the valve quick and easy. They are mainly used in indust Read More
The pressure reduction occurs by throttling the free cross section between the seat and the cone. Any change in pressure on the downstream pressure side is immediately converted into a lifting movement of the valve cone. At zero consumption, that is, when the consumption on the downstream pressure side is zero, the valve doesn’t close tightly. The pressure reducing valve T65 is suitable for compressible media, e.g. compressed air, natural gas, nitrogen, as well as for incompressible media, e.g Read More
The valve is well suited for intermittent consumption. At zero consumption, that is, when the consumption on the downstream pressure side is zero, the valve closes safely by low pressure increase. The pressure reducing valve T679 is suitable for compressible media, e.g. steam, compressed air, natural gas, nitrogen, as well as for incompressible media, e.g. water, oil, fuels, LPG (propane, butane) etc. They are mainly used in industrial plants, plant engineering and process engineering. Pressure Read More
Pressure reducing valve – Model T7 self-operated, for steam The function of pressure reducing valves (pressure regulating valves) is, to reduce a varying or constant upstream pressure (inlet pressure) of the steam to a constant reduced pressure (outlet pressure, back pressure) which is independent of the upstream pressure. The pressure reduction occurs by throttling the free cross section between the seat and cone. Via a pulse line, which is already installed on the valve, the reduced pr Read More
The pressure reducing valve T9 is suitable for compressible media, e.g. compressed air, natural gas, nitrogen, as well as for incompressible media, e.g. water, oil, fuels, LPG (propane, butane) etc. They are mainly used in industrial plants, plant engineering and process engineering. Pressure reducing valves can be supplied with flanges, weld ends or threaded connections. DN15 to DN200 (1/2“ bis 8“) PN16 to PN40 outlet pressure: 0,5–20 bar for liquids and gases
The valve is well suited for intermittent consumption. At zero consumption, that is, when the consumption on the downstream pressure side is zero, the valve closes safely by low pressure increase. The pressure reducing valve T95 is suitable for compressible media, e.g. compressed air, natural gas, nitrogen, as well as for incompressible media, e.g. water, oil, fuels, LPG (propane, butane) etc. They are mainly used in industrial plants, plant engineering and process engineering. Pressure reducing Read More
Description Low-pressure reducing and relief valves regulate pressures in mbar range and serve the inertisation and blanketing of containers, reactors, stirrer vessels, centrifuges, etc. with inert gas such as nitrogen. Inertisation For discontinuous batch processes before process start, the reactor chamber is rendered inert. The inertisation of spaces describes the process to displace the oxygen in the air or other reactive or explosive gases or gas compounds by adding of inert gas
Description Low-pressure reducing and relief valves regulate pressures in mbar range and serve the inertisation and blanketing of containers, reactors, stirrer vessels, centrifuges, etc. with inert gas such as nitrogen. Inertisation For discontinuous batch processes before process start, the reactor chamber is rendered inert. The inertisation of spaces describes the process to displace the oxygen in the air or other reactive or explosive gases or gas compounds by adding of inert gas
Description Low-pressure reducing and relief valves regulate pressures in mbar range and serve the inertisation and blanketing of containers, reactors, stirrer vessels, centrifuges, etc. with inert gas such as nitrogen. Inertisation For discontinuous batch processes before process start, the reactor chamber is rendered inert. The inertisation of spaces describes the process to displace the oxygen in the air or other reactive or explosive gases or gas compounds by adding of inert gas.
DESCRIPTION Tank blanketing valves are commonly used in tank storage systems to prevent and protect against explosions (avoiding flammable liquids being vented from vessel), to control product contamination against external air that may fill the vapour space, to reduce evaporation losses (consequently product losses), to reduce internal corrosion (caused by air and moisture) and to prevent vacuum condition. The blanketing process consists in covering the stored medium, usually a liquid, with a g Read More