Each control loops is designed to keep some critical process variable such as pressure, movement, level and temperature. Within a needed operating range to ensure the quality of the end, here’s why flow control valves are much required in specific applications?
What is flow control valve?
Flow control valves are known for their performance and reliability. Pressure neutralised flow control valves are used to limit or regulate flow. The Flow control valves come in many variations of materials including stainless steel, brass, carbon steel, etc.
Control valves include pressure reducing valves, flow control valves, back-pressure sustaining valves, altitude valves, and relief valves. Flow control valve controls the altitude valve which remains open and if the tank is full it automatically closes once it reaches its high level. The opening and closing of the valve don’t require external power source it is done automatically.
The flow control valve fittings are used to reduce the actual flow rate in a particular section of a pneumatic circuit. It decreases the system’s actuator speed.
Why are flow control valves needed?
A flow control valve is needed because it’s the directional control of the flow that accomplishes in a pneumatic system. It is responsible for directing the energy transfer to the right place within the system, at the proper time.
The system has a vital need for the flow control to reach the right place at the right time. The secondary importance is the actual power of the flow and pressure, to direct the energy transfer within the system. Its function is directional and fittings, to ensure the proper timing of the cyclic functions.