Pressure Reducing Valves: Selection, Design & Sizing August 17, 11am EST: Click here to register
Proper sizing and selection of pressure-reducing valves are critically important to any system. The correct sizing of pressure-reducing valves depends on several factors including differential pressure, minimum and maximum flow rates, anticipated future requirements, etc. In this webinar, we take an in-depth look at design considerations when sizing a PRV. Although these types of valves are designed to handle capacity requirements from maximum flow to zero flow, more efficient operation and reduced maintenance costs can be obtained by choosing the correct size of valve or valves (compound installation) for a particular application. Discussions will include both piston and diaphragm styles of valves.
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