purge valve

air purge valve

A device which eliminates trapped air from a piping system.
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The automaker is recalling the vehicles because they are likely to have a defective canister purge valve that causes internal fuel tank pressure changes.
A separate, production-compatible purge valve speeds up the maintenance procedures even further.
By combining the take-off box and external purge valve, we can use the plunger as a gravity dispense feeder rather than a simple open / close shut off.
The case is also waterproof and even has a purge valve to adjust for air pressure changes without letting dust or water enter the case.
The keypad interface on the CLC14 is said to allow for convenient programming and monitoring of up to four loading stations and one pump, and includes a Mitsubishi programmable control with LED display, vent valve output for vacuum pump, closed loop conveying (dry or ambient air) capability, common purge valve output control and more.
We found at NTC that when the M58 smoke generator's fuel purge valve plugged up the OVER/UNDER SPEED light: would kick on and the turbine would shut down.
As for the other, they've crated a positive-flow purge valve that permits turning the gas on and off without the problem.
By making the purge valve integral to the back of the assembly, the dead leg associated with the welding of a valve directly to the assembly is greatly reduced.
It is suitable for land, sea or air logistics: Military approved spec-4150J and STANAG 4280; Airline safe ATA 300; extreme weather, -10 to 210 F; dust and sand-proof IP67 rating; and watertight, with neoprene o-ring seal and automatic purge valve with Gore-Tex[R].
Tenders are invited for Purge Valve Assembly Shorter Version Ftil Pt.
The automaker stated that some of the affected vehicles may have been built with a defective purge valve in the evaporative canister.
Regardless of the type of pickup device being used; purge valve, wand, take-off box, etc.