Pressure Reducing and Pressure Sustaining Control Valves

The Pressure Reducing and Sustaining Control Valve is the control valve that reduces the output pressure to the desired value by holding the input pressure. There are two pilots on the valve. The pilot in the inlet direction is the pressure stabilization pilot and fixes the inlet pressure. The other pilot ensures that the pressure reducer remains constant by reducing the pilot pressure and the output pressure to the desired value. The pressure reducing and stabilizing control valve allows the system to operate at normal values by reducing excessive flow in the downward slope direction and lowering the high pressure. The valve keeps constantly controlling the inlet pressure and outlet pressure without being influenced by the flow rate changes.

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