101 Series Sealed Heating System Pressure Relief Valves
Pressure relief valves are most commonly used as a safety mechanism within sealed heating systems. The pressure relief valve is set to the correct pressure upon installation. When the pressure rises within the system and the set pressure is reached, the pressure release valve opens and discharges to the atmosphere. This prevents the pressure within the system from reaching dangerous levels which could damage the system and be harmful to anyone in the immediate vicinity.
• Diaphragm design gives improved resistance to scaling and extends the valves lifespan
• Straight forward removal of single piece cartridge allows access to seat for cleaning or cartridge replacement
• Set relief pressure range from 2.0 bar to 3.0 bar gives flexibility of system design
• Available with FSBP or MBSP/FBSP connections, for complete installation flexibility