compression valve

compression valve

A valve in which water flow is shut off by a flat disk that is screwed down onto its seat.
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The rebound valve and compression valve are removed, and only the by-pass valve and compensation valve are kept in the piston valve and bottom valve, respectively.
If you're replacing a sweat valve with a compression valve, sand off all traces of solder before adding the new escutcheon, nut and sleeve.
The notation signification from Fig.1 is following: CV compression valve, Dr rod diameter, d valve diameter, D valve orifice diameter, b valve orifice length, Qv valve flowrate, x valve displacement
Based on Airspray's F2 Finger pump, the JetFoam dispenser uses a compression valve to spray a concentrated stream of foamed cleanser up to three feet onto hard-to-reach surfaces with the touch of a button.