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Answered: How works Anti-surge valves

Anti-Surge/Dump/Blow Off Valves Main article: Blowoff valve Turbocharged engines operating at wide open throttle and high rpm require a large volume of air to flow between the turbo and the inlet of the engine. When the throttle is closed compressed air will flow to the throttle valve without ...

Answered: How does a atmospheric valve work

There are 4 types of atmospheric valves. 1. Low-pressure-normally-closed. We have a vent on one side of a diaphragm that allows ambient air in, and the other side has a light spring that lets gas flow one way only. These are used on natural gas burners quite a bit. 2. High-pressure-normally ...

Answered: Knife Gate Valve

You can find out more about mechanical Super Duplex Valves on The Alloy Valve Stockist web page dedicated to alloy gate valves with knife or parallel slide configuration.

Answered: What is the Features of Knife Gate Valve

The Alloy Valve Stockist (http://alloy-valves.com) is a great resource for exotic alloy valves, while Wikipedia offers the following explanation for gate valves: The gate valve, also known as a sluice valve, is a valve that opens by lifting a round or rectangular gate/wedge out of the path of the ...
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Why would my 1999 pontiac grand prix keep bowing the pcv valve ?

If you've already fitted a new PCV, then also try a new pipe, it may be blocked

What are you doing at work on tuesday

Probably cleaning up the empty beer bottles and piles of vomit left in the parking lot by all the people who don't know what trash cans or toilets are for.

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How to hook up zone valves

Is this for water supply?