What is a safety valve?
Relief valve is a type of industrial valve that is used to regulate, reduce and maintain the valve outlet pressure in transmission lines, network and distribution of drinking water and crude oil and other industries. Another use of these valves is when the inlet pressure fluctuates in the system. These lions have different types, which will be discussed in detail below and their differences.
The purpose of using a safety valve
In today’s life, the need for high pressure in fluids, spas, etc. has caused the entry of appliances into the house that have high pressure. On the other hand, having high pressure in these devices, depending on their design, has a standard limit and a higher limit than the standard. These devices include water heaters, boilers, water pumps, etc. It is natural that the pressure or volume of steam generated in these devices is not constant and fluctuates depending on the conditions. In devices with variable pressure, due to the possibility of creating danger and to protect life and property in such areas, there must be a tool to remove excess pressure. There are different types of control devices, but in this article, the safety valve is evaluated. The purpose of using a safety valve is to remove excess volume and reduce pressure in fixed tanks.