shutoff valve


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shutoff valve

A flow-control valve that can be used to stop a flow of fluid. A low-pressure cock in the aircraft fuel system is a type of shutoff valve.
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Locate your gas shutoff valve and ensure you know how to turn off the gas supply to your home with the use of a suitable wrench.
I could feel the rudder-boost shutoff valve start to burn the bottom of my fingers.
If the automatic shutoff valve fails, you could come home to an overflowing unit, which could cost you a lot of money because of water damage.
Take a look at the wiring harness for the engine's fuel shutoff valve.
The regulator includes an integrated shutoff valve and pressure exhaust to quickly and safely depressurize the system, eliminating the need for the operator to open and close the regulator.
The FE concluded the leak was in the #2 fluid shutoff valve and pump.
In the X-Melt process, the screw pressurizes the melt in front of the screw tip against either a closed shutoff valve, or a closed valve gate, to pressures as high as 43,000 psi.
An automatic shutoff valve might have prevented the firestorm from burning for 90 minutes before PG&E employees could manually close valves and shut off gas to the ruptured line.
Shutoff valve bodies are forged from 316-grade stainless steel with ASME-BPE requirements to provide integrity, strength and high levels of purity.
The Valve Proving System will halt the start-up sequence to a burner if it detects an open automatic shutoff valve.
The floor plan showed the location of the shutoff valve for the sprinkler and the officer was able to quickly turn off the water, saving several stores thousands of dollars in damaged goods.
You can use an old lawnmower fuel tank with a shutoff valve and a length of tubing to the barrel, just to the back of the lid.