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Test equipment for High Velocity Valves and P-V Valves
Industry standards are continuously improved on, and so are the requirement from authorities and charters. Furthermore, there seems to be a clear expectation from the public that environmental and financial issues are being handled in a professional and viable way. In line with said focus, testing of the P-V valves are required to take place on a more frequent basis than before, and thus the need for high accuracy Test equipment for High Velocity Valves and P-V Valves are now increasingly high on the agenda.
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PORTABLE TEST BOX
The portable Test equipment for High Velocity Valves and P-V Valves can be used both in workshops and on-site without dismantling the valves prior to testing.
For workshop testing it comes with a portable adapter plate on which the valves are easily mounted and tested for both pressure- and vacuum setting in one sequence.
WORKSHOP TEST BENCH
Adjusting pressure setting on HI Jet ISO II valves.
- Pressure regulator is adjusted to 2 bar
- Flow regulator is adjusted to allow app. 12-15 seconds pressure rise from zero pressure reading from zero to constant reading i.e. pressure stabilizes (setting)
- Release pressure inside valve by activating valve check-lift.
- Repeat 4 times for 4 different position of the valve disc by turning this by hand when check-lift are operated.
- Close shut-off valve.
- Adjust setting to towards desired pressure by turning magnet clock-wise or counter clock-wise (please consult maintenance manual for the particular valve).
- Open shut-off valve and check new setting. Repeat if necessary, otherwise lock magnet by locking plate and locking nut.
Build up pressure to 80% of setting following the procedure for setting test i.e. app.15 seconds frm zero pressure to 80% of setting.
At 80% , close all ball valves and air supply to have a complete closed container.
Observe pressure for 60 sec, and enter the difference in pressure reading in the gas constant equation/ excel template for establishing leakage in l/min.