Pressure reducing station

Pressure Reducing StationA pressure reducing station (PRS) is a key component in various industrial processes where maintaining a stable and controlled pressure is critical. The station is designed to reduce the incoming high-pressure fluid or gas to a lower, more manageable pressure for downstream applications. Here are some technical details and components commonly found in a pressure reducing station
Inlet Section* Inlet Pressure Gauge: Measures the incoming pressure. * Isolation Valve: Allows for shutting off the supply for maintenance or in case of emergencies. * Strainer: Filters out any debris or particles in the incoming fluid.
Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV)* This is the core component responsible for reducing the pressure. * Adjustment Screw: Allows manual adjustment of the outlet pressure. * Diaphragm or Piston: Responds to changes in pressure and adjusts the valve accordingly. * Seat and Orifice: Control the flow of fluid to achieve the desired outlet pressure.
Outlet Section* Outlet Pressure Gauge: Measures the reduced pressure. * Backflow Prevention Device: Prevents reverse flow and maintains pressure integrity. * Isolation Valve: Allows for isolating the downstream system.
Pressure Relief ValveSafety Valve: Set to open if the outlet pressure exceeds a predetermined limit, preventing overpressure situations.
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