pressure-regulating valve

pressure-regulating valve

[′presh·ər ¦reg·yə‚lād·iŋ ‚valv]
(engineering)
A valve that releases or holds process-system pressure (that is, opens or closes) either by preset spring tension or by actuation by a valve controller to assume any desired position between full open and full closed.
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The GPO130 proportional pressure-regulating valve is a two-position, three-way designed specifically for infinite pilot control for directional or switching valves, particularly for the mobile equipment market.
[8] ISO10522, "Agricultural irrigation equipment--direct-acting pressure-regulating valves," 12, 1993.

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