Pressure-relief valves

Oct. 21, 2011
A 0.281-in.-diameter pressure-relief valve now comes in a NACE-compliant model for harsh-duty applications in the oil-tool industry

A 0.281-in.-diameter pressure-relief valve now comes in a NACE-compliant model for harsh-duty applications in the oil-tool industry. The high-speed, direct-acting valve, made from corrosion-resistant materials, is available in forward and reverse flow directions with cracking pressures from 80 to 5,900 psid. Custom models with cracking pressures as high as 12,000 psid are also available.

The Lee Co.
2 Pettipaug Rd., Box 424
Westbrook, CT 06498
(860) 399-6281
www.theleeco.com

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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