Swagelok® Proportional Safety-Relief Valves (PRV Series)
Proportional safety relief valves provide over-pressure protection with PED certification.Request More Information
PRV series relief valves are proportional safety relief valves that are certified to PED 2014/68/EU Category IV, and CE-marked in accordance with the Pressure Equipment Directive as a safety valve according to ISO-4126-1 for applications with these safety requirements. Five set spring pressure ranges are available with the selected set pressure factory-set, tested, locked, and tagged to ensure the desired setting. Optional end connection adapters provide additional flexibility for installation in a variety of system setups.
|up to 6000 psig (413 bar)
|145 to 6000 psig (10.0 to 413 bar)
|Fluorocarbon FKM and nitrile
PRV Series Proportional Safety-Relief Valves Catalogs
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Features: Gas and liquid service; Working pressure: 6000 psig (413 bar); Set pressures from 145 to 6000 psig (10.0 to 413 bar); All 316L stainless steel construction; 1/4 through 1 in. NPT and ISO/BSP parallel thread end connections; Certified to PED 97/23/EC Category IV
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