We will be present at ISH Exhibition in Frankfurt from March 10th to 14th.
See you at Hall 6.1 Stand D31.
Art. 527 BS type
We are pleased to introduce our new fully British Standard compliant float valve. Thanks to over 40 years of experience in this sector, we have been able to transform the classic “BS1212” model – which is mostly marketed in Middle Eastern countries – into an altogether more functional piece of equipment.
Mainly planned for installations on professional appliances and machines, the pressure reducing valve MINIRID is indicated in all applications where is requested reduced overall sizes. MINIRID is designed with piston running and compensation chamber, which guarantees a better pressure stabilisation at the exit when change the pressure at the beginning of the plant.
A water hammer is a hydraulic phenomenon that occurs when the flow of water in a pipe is forced to stop by the sudden closure of a valve. Not only do they cause loud noises and vibrations, but, in some cases, they can damage the system.
WHS valve is mechanical devices that do not require any maintenance. For best results, place as close as possible to the appliance from where the water hammer originates, so as to dampen pressure surges as much as possible.
The filling group is recommended for all heating plants with closed circuit, where it maintains a constant fluid pressure inside the pipeline. The main feature is the piston operation with compensation chamber. The joint and the pipe union for the connection to the plant are internal (joint) and external (pipe union) threaded in compliance with the ISO 228/1 standard.
On the body there are two 1⁄4”G threads for the connection of a pressure gauge.
EASYRID, is one of the pressure reducers smallest and lightest on the market. This valve based its working upon pressure compensation. EASYRID, with the attention given to the design, guarantees precise pressure outlet values, even when there are wide changes for pressure inlet.
EASYRID is suitable in applications where a classic pressure reducing valve could become excessive solution for economic reason as well as for encumbrance needs, and where is not necessary a pressure outlet regulation.