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Sarasin-RSBD™ 71 Series Portable Pilot Operated Safety Relief Valve

SARASIN-RSBD™ - ASME/API Pilot Operated Safety Relief Valves (Portable - Full nozzle). 71 Series are designed according ASME BPVC Section VIII division 1 and comply with API STD 520 / STD 526 (orifice D only). These portable Pilot Operated Safety Relief Valves are versatile, safe, interchangeable and easy to maintain. The pilot is pop action, non flowing. They can be used as discharge valves, remote controlled. They can be supplied with any kind of end connections : flanged, screwed, welded, hub etc.

  • Sarasin-RSBD 71 Series Portable Pilot Operated Safety Relief valve

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Design

  • ASME BPVC Section VIII Division 1
  • API STD 520 / API STD 527
  • ISO 4126
  • ASME B16.34
  • ASME B16.5 or EN1759-1 or EN1092-1 Flange Drillings
  • Pilot Operated (Pop Action only)
  • Full Nozzle (orifice D only)
  • Metal Seat
  • Sizes : 1/2" to 1"
  • Set Pressure range : up to 431 barg
  • Temperature range : -50°C to +232°C
  • Materials : Carbon, Alloy, Stainless and Super Alloy Steels

Optional Features

  • Remote Unloader
  • Soft Seat (improved tightness)
  • NACE MR0175 / ISO 15156 compliance
  • Forged Body
  • Test Gag

Approvals

  • CE marking PED 97/23/EC
  • CE marking ATEX 94/4/EC
  • ISO 9001
  • ISO 14001
  • SELO
  • Rostechnadzor

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