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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An automatic safety shutoff valve prevents overflows.
An electric shutoff valve turns off the water to appliances like washing machines whenever leaks are detected (especially helpful if your washing machine is upstairs where even a small leak can do extreme damage to the rooms below).
When deployed with the company's Emergency Shutoff Valve kits and other safety accessories, the system maintains purity while providing instantaneous, fail-safe gas supply and flow shutdown.
I could feel the rudder-boost shutoff valve start to burn the bottom of my fingers.
Inspection revealed a loose jam-nut, which was less than finger tight, causing fuel to flow freely past the shutoff valve packing.
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.
A magnetic base facilitates mounting and includes a shutoff valve for controlling force and flow.
The Model 6396-110 Gallon Premium Drum Vac System includes the two-way pump assembly, shutoff valve, 10' (3m) flexible vacuum hose, 110 gallon drum with bolt ring and lid, drum dolly, ABS spill recovery kit, aluminium wand, 11" and 24" aluminium crevice tools, skimmer tool, tool holder and 20' (6.
The versatility of the HP-60 creates a singular solution for high pressure applications; it can be used for both flow control and as a Class IV shutoff valve.