Bleeding and venting valves remove air or gases from systems or pipelines without requiring an external energy input. When a system is drained they act as venting valves; venting may be prevented by fitting a non-return valve.
The EB 1.84 bleeding/venting valve is a combined start-up/continuous bleeding/venting valve with float control for waste water and effluents as well as foaming media. The enlarged float chamber prevents contact between the dirty water and the upper part of the closing mechanism. It is manufactured from deep-drawn stainless steel featuring excellent corrosion resistance. The valve cone can be fitted with a soft or metallic seal.
Top and bottom sections of the valve body are connected by a clamp ring and two bolts. Servicing/maintenance is easy and does not call for special tooling.
During start-up a large volume of air is bled at low pressure via a large valve cone. When the bleed valve is closed and small air volumes have to be bled during continuous operation, an additional smaller cone in the valve opens and bleeds these smaller volumes. The large cone will not open until the liquid level and the pressure drops. The valve opens immediately if a vacuum forms. The minimum pressure required for valve sealing is 0.2 bar.