The first step for a correct start-up is to open the shut-off valves very slowly, in order to avoid any water hammer during the process. Then, the regulation screw must be turned until the required pressure is reached.
If the spring is increased, the outlet pressure is increased; it must be turned clockwise to increase it and counterclockwise to decrease it.
This type of pressure reducing valve has a long list of applications: chemical laboratory facilities, water distribution systems, wastewater installation, industrial, compressed air, sprinkler systems, fuel oil …
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