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A safety valve avoids blocks in the system

Discharging the air from a system through the safety valve in order to increase its thermal effectiveness

Automatic or manual, a safety valve always aims at discharging the excess gas that might gather in the critical points of a system, be they curves or maximum pipe points or radiators. This gas dissolved and released by the fluid that conducts heat inevitably tends to create noise, besides reducing the effectiveness of the system.
As we were saying, we may use the safety valve to expel these gases externally and restore the effectiveness of the system. In the event of radiators, the classic application of a manual safety valve facilitates the thermal exchange, since we come back to using the whole heat exchanger volume.
We also spoke earlier of critical points in the pipes; in fact, the water accumulation therein may be dangerous, a bubble is created that might even prevent the transit of the fluid conduit. By now, however, the pipes are installed, hence as the sole remedy to this problem we need to install a safety valve, which we find on the GNALI BOCIA catalogues in an automatic version as well.
 

20/10/2016


See also
20/10/2015 The air release valve helps us reduce the noisiness of pipes Less noisiness if we install the air release valve in the right place on our plant

20/10/2014 Let's not forget the air relief valve in our installations Air relief valve combined with the automatic check valve for easy maintenance

20/07/2017 Radiators and air vent valves, the perfect couple Automatic air vent valves for radiators eliminate air without any manual intervention

20/09/2017 Automatic air exhaust valve for plant performance Upstream to the boiler, the air exhaust valve serves to prevent dissolved gas from accumulating

20/01/2015 Automatic air relief valves also for radiators The automatic version of the air relief valves is useful for reducing accumulation of air in radiators


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