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PRV selection.

PRV selection.

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Hello
I'm looking for a pressure relif valve that can be regulated manualy or electronically in the range of 0 to 10 bars ( water or oils)
I found some PRV but they were absolutely designed for high pressure.

DO you have some suggestions on where i can find those PRV
Thak you for your time.

RE: PRV selection.

If what you mean is a valve to change pressure on a regular basis then what you need is a pres sure control valve. Probably easier to do this electronically over that sort of range.

Please explain a bit more what you want this valve to do as it's not clear. Set it once for a long time or change it often. A spring valve will needed different springs over that sort of range.

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