reducing valve


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re·duc·ing valve

a valve designed to lower the pressure of a gas coming from a cylinder containing compressed gas under high pressure.
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reducing valve

A device to reduce the pressure of gas that has been compressed in a cylinder.
See also: valve
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The circuit includes: the constant flow pump PCF, the pressure valve [PV.sub.1], the check valve CV, the proportional reducing valve PRV, position encoder PT, the pressure switch PS and the filtering system F.
The balancing is accomplished with reducing valves with three ways.
Spirax Sarco pilot operated reducing valves have been upgraded with the introduction of a hi-tech, variable rate, pressure control spring, simplifying ordering and cutting spares stockholding costs.
In addition to bolstering Armstrong's control valve offering, Ivanov points out the acquisition of Delta2 will also expand Armstrong's line of direct acting pressure reducing valves and de-superheating stations.
Product types discussed in the studies are check valves; oleohydraulic and pneumatic transmission valves; pressure reducing valves; relief and safety valves.