How to Adjust the Gas Valve and Pressure Reducing Valve? Problems Needing Attention in the Regulatio

Gas pressure reducing valve plays a buffer role in the process of gas use, which can protect home safety and personal safety. The use of gas pressure reducing valve is also important. Only the reasonable use of gas pressure reducing valve can ensure safety. So, how to adjust the gas valve and pressure reducing valve? What problems should be paid attention to in the regulation of gas valve and pressure reducing valve? Next, follow Xiaobian to understand the relevant knowledge.

How to adjust the gas valve and pressure reducing valve?

For the pressure reducing valve of gas stove, there are two common types on the market now. One is directly adjusted by the manufacturer when leaving the factory. This type can not be adjusted, but it is relatively reliable and safe. Of course, the price of this type of pressure reducing valve will be relatively high, and the quality will be better guaranteed. The second is the adjustable pressure reducing valve of gas stove. For this valve, the pressure gauge on it is a valve that can be twisted. We only need to adjust left and right. Generally speaking, medium voltage is used in household, while high voltage is generally used in hotels and restaurants.

There are three kinds of gas pressure reducing valves: flat pressure valve, medium pressure valve and pipeline special pressure valve.

1. The flat pressure valve is generally not adjustable, and there is a hard air pressure setting at the exit

2. The medium pressure valve has a knob that can be adjusted. Generally, it is reduced by turning left and pressurized by turning right

3. The pipeline pressure valve shall be equipped with accessories before it can be disassembled and adjusted, otherwise it will be in danger of air leakage

4. Precautions for the use of gas pressure reducing valve: for the convenience of operation and maintenance, the valve is generally installed vertically on the horizontal pipeline.

5. During installation, pay attention to make the flow direction of medium in the pipeline consistent with the direction of arrow on the valve.

6. In order to prevent overpressure behind the valve, a pressure reducing valve shall be installed at least 4m away from the valve outlet.

What problems should be paid attention to in the regulation of gas valve and pressure reducing valve?

1. Insert the air inlet of the valve into the angle valve interface of the cylinder and tighten the hand wheel counterclockwise. The pressure reducing valve shall be kept in a horizontal position. The gas pipe must be inserted into the warning line, and the rubber pipe at the air outlet shall be fixed with a clamp.

2. The air outlet flow and pressure have been adjusted before the product leaves the factory. Do not adjust without authorization.

3. After the product is used, the cylinder angle valve should be closed so that the pressure reducing valve is not in working state.

4. If the product fails, the user shall not disassemble it without permission, and shall contact the dealer or manufacturer in time.

5. For the safety of you and others and the implementation of national mandatory regulations, it is recommended that this product be used safely for three years. Users should replace it by themselves, tighten the gas tank and replace the interface immediately. Safety important

Under normal circumstances, when the gas tank is opened, the outlet pressure of the gas tank will rise a lot, which will make the fire power of the water heater more vigorous. However, this method is generally used when the air pressure of the gas tank is not enough, otherwise it will cause life safety problems. Gas pressure reducing valve plays a very important role in the use of gas. How to adjust the pressure reducing valve of gas valve? What problems should be paid attention to in the regulation of gas valve and pressure reducing valve? Now everyone knows.

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