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Armstrong 1/2" 7-80 PSI Reducing Valve

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Long lasting Armstrong valves.

Reducing valves are used to control the flow of steam. Available in a variety of sizes with a PSI of 7-80. Features a max inlet pressure of 250. Manufacturers warranty applies.

Features

  • Reduces and regulates steam pressure within a range of 7-80 PSI
  • Made with iron, stainless steel and bronze
  • Adjustments are made by turning the nut on the top of the valve
  • Maximum inlet pressure of 250 lbs.
  • Lasts long

Product Specifications

Brand: Armstrong
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 1/2"
Material: Cast Iron
Special Instructions: It's recommended that a strainer be installed in front of valve.
Steam is leaking out the small pin hole at the top of my reducing valve. Can I plug this hole?
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No, the hole is for determining a diaphragm leak. If steam is leaking out the hole than the diaphragm has ruptured and the regulator will need to be replaced or repaired. Ruptured diaphragms are caused from over-taxing the regulators. The cleaner can reduce the stress and prolong the life of the regulator by avoiding running multiple pieces of equipment off one regulator.
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Why is it important to use a strainer when installing a reducing valve?
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The screen in the reducing valve acts like an internal strainer protecting all the vital parts. Of course it doesn’t do any good if you don’t clean it from time to time. An external strainer is much simpler to service than taking apart a reducing valve. When the screen in the regulator valve gets partially clogged it limits the flow of steam out of the valve therefore taxing the valve and it cannot maintain pressure.
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Can you adjust the pressure on a pressure reducing valve (RV or CRV) when the steam is on?
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The answer is yes.
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