Pressure reducing valve E type

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E type pressure reducing valve is a type of pressure regulating hydrant valve. These valves are available with flanged inlet or screwed inlet and are manufactured to comply to BS 5041 Part 1 standard with delivery hose connection and blank cap complying with BS 336:2010
standard. The landing valves are classified under low pressure and are suitable for use at nominal inlet pressure up to 20 bars. The internal casting finishes of every valve is of high quality ensuring a low flow restriction that meets the standard’s water flow test requirement.

Key Specificatoins:
●Inlet: 2.5”BSPT
●Outlet:2.5” female BS instantaneous
●Working pressure:20bar
●Reduced outlet static pressure can be set form 5bar to 8bar
●Outlet pressure remain constant with inlet pressure range from 7bar to 20bar
●Test pressure: Body test at 30bar
●Minimum flowrate up to 1400L/M
●Manufacturer and certified to BS 5041 Part 1*

Processing Steps:
Drawing-Mold-Casting-CNC Maching-Assembly-testing-Quality Inspection-Packing

Main Export Markets:
●East South Asia
●Mid East

Packing & Shippment:
●FOB port:Ningbo / Shanghai
●Packing Size:42*26*18cm
●Units per Export Carton:1 pc
●Net Weight:9kgs
●Gross Weight:9.5kgs
●Lead Time:25-35days according to the orders.

Primary Competitive Advantages:
●Service:OEM servise is available,Design,Processing of  material provided by clients,sample available
●Country of Origin:COO,Form A, Form E, Form F
●Price:Wholesale price
●International Approvals:ISO 9001: 2015,BSI,LPCB
●We have 8 years of professional experience as a manufacturer of fire fighting equipments
●We make the packing box as your samples or your design fully
●We are located in Yuyao County in Zhejiang ,Abuts against Shanghai, Hangzhou, Ningbo , there are graceful surroundings and convenient transportation

Application :
Pressure reducing valves are suitable for both on-shore and off-shore fire protection applications and suitable for installation on wet risers for firefighting. These valves are generally used with permanently charged water from a pressurized supply with water and accordingly mounted in fire hydrant systems at Internal or External places.

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