Pressure Reducing Control Valve is designed to automatically reduce a fluctuating higher upstream pressure to a constant lower downstream pressure, regardless of varying flow rates. Pressure Reducing Valve is designed to adjust, set and maintain the downstream pressure of the pipeline. It’s generally used in city water supply, industrial and agricultural water transmission pipelines, etc.
It is controlled by a normally open, pressure-reducing pilot designed to: 1) Open (allowing fluid out of the main valve cover chamber) when downstream pressure is below the adjustable setpoint, and 2) Close (allowing fluid to fill the main valve cover chamber) when downstream pressure is above the adjustable setpoint. A decrease in downstream pressure causes the valve to modulate toward an open position, raising downstream pressure. An increase in downstream pressure causes the valve to modulate toward a closed position, lowering downstream pressure
- Long service life
- Precise pressure reducing
- Stable performance, safe and reliability.
- Simple operation, convenient adjusting.