Safety Valves

A safety valve is a valve that opens automatically to relieve built up pressure. When a specified pressure is exceeded the safety valve opens and releases a substance from the system to avoid an explosion.

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Sizing safety valves for supercritical steam boilers

How do you size the safety valve for a supercritical steam boiler? Steam boilers are increasingly being designed to operate under supercritical condit...
Valve User Issue 3


Safety valves are used to protect processes, personnel and the environment against process disruption. Such valves are operated only in trip situation...
Valve User Issue 6

BEL Valves: ‘One Stop Shop’ suppliers take pain out of specifying and certifying HIPPS

As the global search for new oil and gas reserves intensifies, both surface and subsea, increasingly oil operators and installers are having to deal w...
Valve User Issue 8