Peter Meyer ball valve with pressure relief system (Kopie)

Peter Meyer ball valve with pressure relief system
The Peter Meyer ball valve will only be available with an integrated pressure relief system. The advantages outweigh those of a ball valve without a pressure relief system such that those advantages can be completely replaced by ball valves with an integrated pressure relief system.
The mounted spring also guarantees a trouble-free, defined release in the event of high temperature fluctuations and does not build on o-rings or the spring effect of PTFE. Due to the floating construction of the system, advantages are also conferred on products that tend to be constructed on the ball or behind the seat rings. Consequently, a lot more construction is possible and the seat rings have far greater durability. The temperature-induced expansion and contraction of the seat rings are offset by the pressure relief system's spring deflection. Therefore, higher torques are avoided but also no loose ball seat rings, as these are always firmed down with a defined force. Additionally, if used with a vacuum, the ball valve with integrated pressure relief system is much more suitable. If, in the case of a vertically installed ball valve, there is aspiration on the upper side, the valve always remains tight, even if the suction power is so low that the weight of the ball is not or just about overcome.