diverter valve


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diverter valve

[də′vərd·ər ‚valv]
(mechanical engineering)
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This Thermostatic Shower System provides an entirely customizable shower, offering a completely coordinated display of universal body sprays, raincan shower head, hand shower packages, volume control valves, and a three-way diverter valve.
System options include polymer diverter valves, water box by-pass systems, dies (including micropellet dies), crystallization/ cooling systems, self-aligning cutter hubs, quick-opening clamps, and fines removal sieves.
The dual-piston diverter valve is moveable in a stationary body.
Leading the sulphur recovery industry in the development of high-performance tail gas diverter valve systems, Principal Technology uses components selected specifically for tail gas service that have proved to be reliable in scores of installations spanning more than 30 years.
Prior research established the technology for this system, including the diverter valve and control technology to independently meet electrical and cooling needs (Wagner 2004).
0700 Series diverter valve makes it possible to operate cart lifters on collection vehicles without reducing the speed of the vehicle's packer panel or the amount of refuse packed per load
Extra inlets are added for each category of refuse and the control system directs a diverter valve to convey each category of sorted waste into the correct container.
It works best with a five hose system or four hose system with a diverter valve at the packer end.
Features include four swiveling body sprays, a three-way handshower and a diverter valve to select functions with fingertip control.
Adding and removing attachments is easier than ever: the U35-4 features an auxiliary 1 diverter valve that allows operators to leave the thumb attached and connect other hydraulic attachments to a second port.