RMG 630 Pilot for gas pressure regulators
The fuel pressure regulator designed to maintain constant exhaust pressure within certain limits, independent of interfering factors such as input pressure and flow rate shift. The pilot who feeds the load stress to the main diaphragm to adjust its opening location for the regulation of the gas flow within the main valve manages this control process. The amplifying valve in the double diaphragm control system is activated at null flow. Inlet pressure should prevail in the charging chamber above the main diaphragm due to the action of the throttling valve upstream of the pilot which ensures pressure compensation. The closing spring has the power to ensure that the null stream is tightly shut down. The valve in the pilot control unit decreases the mounting pressure needed to activate the lever.
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