RegO adds to emergency shutoff valve portfolio

May 2, 2018 By    

According to the company, the ESVs contain the fusible element, which melts at 212 degrees F, allowing the valve to close. Photo courtesy of RegO.

RegO added three flanged swing-check emergency shutoff valves (ESV) to its ESV portfolio.

The 1-1/4-in. (FA6010), 2-in. (FA6016), and 3-in. (FA6024) ESVs are designed for installation in liquid transfer or vapor lines at LP gas or anhydrous ammonia bulk plants. According to the company, the ESVs provide for quick flow shut off in the event of an accidental pull-away, line break or hose rupture. All three ESVs were made for easy installation in bulk plant applications, RegO adds.

The ESVs contain the fusible element, which, when exposed to fire, melts at 212 degrees F, allowing the valve to close.

The ESV is UL-listed for use in LP gas applications as an emergency and operating shut-off valve. The valves have only two moving parts – stem and close/thermal trigger – and stem seals are spring loaded for leak free performance at low temperatures/pressures.

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