This range offers protection against atmospheric explosions, often entering the process via the ignition of a flammable vapour cloud.
Pressure Relief Valves & Pressure Release Valves
Elmac Pressure/Vacuum Relief Valves, also known as Breather Valves and Conservation Vents, have weight-loaded or spring-loaded pallets. Flow through the pressure relief valve is controlled by the weight of the pallet or the spring force acting on the pallet to keep the device closed.
Once the pressure or vacuum in the tank reaches the pallet closing force, the pallet will start to lift off the seat and allow flow through the safety relief valve.
Due to their air-cushioned sealing technology, Elmac pressure relief valves prevent emission losses until very close to the set pressure and prevent air intake until very close to the set vacuum.
The geometry of the pressure release valves has been developed in order to optimise overall performance in terms of high flow capacity, set pressure, sealing and re-sealing.
The modular nature of Elmac’s relief valves means they can be tailored to meet specific customer requirements: whether this is pressure or vacuum protection only; or with the addition of vapours and gases either piped away or vented to atmosphere.
A weatherhood protects the pressure vent port and a mesh screen is fitted to prevent intrusion of foreign matter into the safety valve.
Elmac’s products comply with all relevant industry standards including ATEX & ISO 16852 (Flame Arresters); API 2000/ISO 28300 & NFPA30 (Venting & Storage of Combustible Vapours & Liquids) and possible BLEVE (fire engulfment) incidents. In addition, Elmac is accredited to the following international standards: ISO 9001 (Total Quality Management), ISO 14001 (Environmental Management) and OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health & Safety).
|psi (g)||-0.03 ~ -0.62||-0.62 ~ -6.96||-0.62 ~ -6.96||-0.03 ~ -0.62|