We have a PSV that has been popping. It is just downstream of a centrifugal compressor. I wonder if installing a dampener ahead of the relief valve might eliminate some of the pressure spiking. I have used these on reciprocating compressors routinely, but never thought of using after a centrifugal compressor.
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