Back Pressure Regulating Valves, Model V

The Model V Back Pressure Regulating Valve is a self-operated spring-loaded back pressure regulating valve.  Typically the Model V is installed at the far end of the oil supply line, down stream of the boiler fuel metering valves and passes unburned oil to the return line.

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Overview

The Model V Back Pressure Regulating Valve is a self-operated spring-loaded back pressure regulating valve.  Typically the Model V is installed at the far end of the oil supply line, down stream of the boiler fuel metering valves and passes unburned oil to the return line.  Alternately, the Model V may be installed upstream of the boiler fuel metering valves.  In both cases the valve passes oil to the return line in order to maintain a constant supply pressure to the fuel metering valves.

 

The Model V is a 1" NPT, 250 lb. cast iron body, balanced cage, hardened and polished stainless steel trim.  The 30 to 150 PSI range valve has a Teflon seat and stainless steel diaphragm while other ranges have Viton seats and six (6) ply Teflon composition diaphragms for increased responsiveness.  

  • Self Operated Spring Loaded Back Pressure Regulating Valve
  • Cast Iron Body
  • Stainless Steel Diaphragm
Application

The Model V Back Pressure Regulating Valve is a self operated, spring-loaded back pressure regulating valve. Typically the Model V is installed at the far end of the oil supply line, down stream of the boiler fuel metering valves and passes unburned oil to the return line. Alternately, the Model V may be installed upstream of the boiler fuel metering valves. In both cases the valve passes oil to the return line in order to maintain a constant supply pressure to the fuel metering valves.

Documents

Back Pressure Regulating Valves, (V) Specification

Back Pressure Regulating Valves, (V) Cutsheet