Mechanical Steam Regulators and Steam Valves

The Temperature of Saturated Steam is Directly Related to the Pressure of Saturated Steam

Watch and listen to our corporate sales manager (Larry Brown), discuss the advantages of using a steam regulator versus a steam valve.

Larry also talks about how he learned about the physics involved and the paradigm shift he went through to understand the benefits and simplicity of saturated steam temperature control using Burling Valve and controlling pressure instead of modulating a valve around an RTD.

Pressures

up to 400 PSI (28 Bar)

Body Sizes

1/2" to 4"

with the option of 6" & 8" Flanges

Temperatures

up to 450°F (232°C)

Advantages of Steam Regulators

Less Expensive

Initial & lifetime cost is less than traditional control valves

Less Maintenance

Easy in-line maintenance requires much less downtime

Better Control

Quicker to temperature and much more stable during your process

Mechanical Control Types and Configurations

BS-1 Series

Direct Operated (Spring)

Internally or Externally Sensed

Accuracy: ± 7 psi

BD-3 Series

Dome-Loaded with Manual Air Pilot

Internally or Externally Sensed

Accuracy: ± 1-2 psi

BD-7 Series

Dome-Loaded with Steam Pilot

Accuracy: ± 0.1 to 0.2 psi

Easy In-Line Maintenance

All of the internal components can be easily replaced without removing the valve from the pipeline. This allows for much greater online productivity.

  • Top Entry

  • Quick-Change Trim

  • No Disturbing the Pipeline

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What's a Steam Regulator?

March 2, 2016

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