pressure regulating valve


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pressure regulating valve (PRV)

A device used to reduce and maintain the water pressure automatically with predetermined design parameters, for both dynamic flow and static conditions.
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The company stated that it has recalled 900 units of Scorpio EX to replace its pressure regulating valve. The recall is limited to the vehicles which were manufactured between October to November.
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Pressure regulating valves are also installed inline.
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