The ADCA PRV47 pilot operated pressure reducing valves are designed for use with steam, compressed air, nitrogen and other gases compatible with the construction materials.
The PRV47 can be installed in pressure reducing stations throughout all industries, and provide sensitive and accurate control even when inlet pressure fluctuations or relevant flow variations occur.
Precise control of downstream pressures from 0,07 bar to 17 bar
Robust complete steel or stainless steel construction.
Suitable for dead end conditions.
Guided piston and valve stem.
Low pressure top.
Dome loaded version.
Bottom cover drain connection.
Stellited plug and seat.
Internal sensing line.
Saturated steam, compressed air and other gases (Group 2) compatible with the construction (except oxygen).
PRV47, PRV47E – standard version for steam.
PRV47I, PRV47IE – stainless steel version for steam.
PRV47G, PRV47GE – steel version for compressed air and gases.
PRV47GI, PRV47GIE – stainless steel version for compressed air and gases.
Suffix “E”: Version with solenoid valve for remote closure.
PRS: All models above are available with an extra sustaining valve pilot, e.g. PRS47G
DN 15 to DN 50; 1/2” to 2”.
Flanged EN 1092-1 PN40.
Flanged ANSI B16.5 Class 150 lb or 300 lb.
Female threaded ISO 7 Rp or NPT.
Horizontal installation, see IMI. A “Y” strainer, humidity separator and steam trap should be installed upstream of the valve.
Type of fluid.
Maximum operating temperature.
Inlet and outlet pressures.
Flow rate (maximum and minimum).