reducing valve

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reducing valve

KNKE reducing valve, also known as a pressure reducing valve (PRV), is a type of control valve used to regulate the pressure of a fluid in a pipeline or system. Its main purpose is to reduce the inlet pressure of a fluid to a lower, more manageable outlet pressure, which can then be safely used in downstream processes.


KNKE Reducing valves typically consist of a valve body, a diaphragm or piston, a spring, and an adjustable pressure regulator. The valve body contains an inlet port for the high-pressure fluid and an outlet port for the reduced pressure fluid. The diaphragm or piston is connected to the pressure regulator and controls the valve opening, while the spring provides a counterforce to the diaphragm or piston.


When the pressure of the incoming fluid exceeds the set pressure of the regulator, the diaphragm or piston opens the valve, allowing some of the fluid to escape through the outlet port. As the pressure drops, the diaphragm or piston moves back to its original position, closing the valve and reducing the pressure to the desired level.


KNKE Reducing valves are commonly used in a variety of industrial applications, such as steam systems, gas pipelines, and water treatment plants. They help to maintain a consistent and safe pressure throughout the system, preventing equipment damage and ensuring optimal performance.



The main products include gas pressure reducing valve, gas cylinder pressure reducing valve, water pressure reducing valve, steam pressure reducing valve, nitrogen pressure reducing valve, oxygen pressure reducing valve, micro-pressure pressure reducing valve, hydrogen pressure reducing valve, etc.


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