service valve

service valve

[′sər·vəs ‚valv]
(engineering)
In a pipework system, a valve that isolates a piece of equipment from the rest of the system.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

service valve

Any valve which isolates an apparatus from the rest of a piping system.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The culprit had extended approximately 300 to 400 feet of rubber pipe connected to the service valve to power its gas engine.
Accused Muzammil Hussain was using gas through direct tapping on disconnected service valve at 3 PSI pressure and was running producing bakery and Nimco items along with illegal power generation.
Rohrback Cosasco has launched a new NACE compliant, 6000 psi, double block and bleed service valve. The key specifications of the new double block and bleed service valve are that is lightweight at 56 pounds (25.4 kg), rated to pressures up to 6000 psi and temperatures up to 450[degrees]F/232[degrees] C dependent on the stem and seal material selected, and meets NACE MR0175 and NACE MR0103 requirements.
A: Turning down the entrance service valve reduces the flow, but does nothing to reduce the pressure, which is causing the noise.
Pentair, a global water, fluid, thermal management company, and International Development Company (IDC) have launched a joint venture to service valve, actuator and industrial equipment in Mussafah, Abu Dhabi.
Severn Unival is trusted by some of the biggest names in the global energy markets to maintain operations at their plant and protect against critical service valve failure.
The new state-of-the-art facility expands Darvico's ability to provide conventional and severe service valve technologies to Saudi Arabia's process industry leaders, including Aramco and the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC),one of the world's leading manufacturers of chemicals, fertilizers, plastics and metals.
Each set of trucks on a railcar requires a service valve and an emergency valve.
Different sizes of Biohazard Cabinets--suitable for use with Biosafety Levels 1, 2, and 3 per CDC/NIH and NCR criteria--offer standard features like hinged eyelid, audible alarm, lab service valve, ball-type drain valve, stainless-steel work surface, as well as many others.
"This acquisition, together with the developments in Korea and China, increases our capabilities in markets where there is strong demand for our severe service valve expertise
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