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This Apollo Valve 10-512 series steam relief valve shields versus excess pressure from thermal expansion and steam caused by failure of BTU input controls. It has a brass body, a 25 pounds per square inch (psi) relief pressure, a 1/2" male National Pipeline Thread (NPT) inlet connection, 1/2" female NPT outlet, and a pull ring for manual pressure relief. The valve's body, nozzle, and cap are brass for resistance to corrosion, and the seat is silicone for resistance to high temperatures. The spring is stainless steel and the pull ring is zinc-coated steel for resistance to corrosion. The valve can be utilized in running temperatures up to 300 degrees F, and it has a discharge capability of up to 725 lb. / hr. It is American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) safety rated for Section VIII pressure vessels, and it is marked CE for European conformity. This relief valve is appropriate for applications such as steam cleaners for precious jewelry and carpeting, autoclaves, sterilizers, industrial pressure cookers, steam jacketed kettles, dental equipment, and coffee makers, among others.
Relief valves remove excess pressure or vacuum from a system. The valve openings allow fluids or gases to leave to decrease pressure, and then close once the valve reaches the reseating pressure restriction. They also alleviate excess vacuum by opening to release a gas into the system and then closing after it reaches its low-pressure restriction. Some relief valves have a modification mechanism to set the pressure where the valve opens, making it appropriate for various applications. Relief valves are rated according to the volume of liquid or gas that can flow with them and the product that the valve is built from must be appropriate for the fluid or gas, which could be destructive or at a severe temperature, where it operates. Relief valves are utilized in a variety of applications, such as air compressors, petrochemical and chemical manufacturing, gas processing, and power generation.
Apollo Valves makes ball, mixing, and relief valves, actuators, water evaluates, marine fittings, heating and plumbing items, and backflow avoidance. The company, started in 1928 and headquartered in Matthews, NC, achieves worldwide standard International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/ IEC standard 17025:2005.