Pressure Control Valve





The Taylor Made Pressure Control Valve is designed to support a column of fluid above the valve.  An increase in pressure exceeding the selected valve setting will open the valve and allow flow through the valve.  Once the pressure has been reduced to the selected valve setting, the valve will close and again shut off flow through the valve.  

Adjustment to the valve opening setting is achieved by installing a seal on the designated piston groove.  The varied piston diameters provide for a selection of cross sectional areas to alter the operating pressure of the valve.

When sufficient pressure is applied to the valve, the piston moves upward and pulls the ball off seat.  Flow is routed through ports in the piston and through slots in the ball cage.

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