How to Dismantle the Triangle Valve? What's the Matter If the Triangle Valve Doesn't Reduce Pressure

In the process of using the triangular valve, it is easy to leak. This leakage gives many owners a headache. Of course, this phenomenon occurs. In the future, we must remove it and replace it with another one. So how can we remove the triangular valve? Triangle valve does not reduce pressure. Do you know what's going on? Let's explain these two questions for you!

How to disassemble the triangle valve?

1. Close the water source, i.e. close the main valve.

2. Remove the metal hose connecting the angle valve counterclockwise. Hold the triangular position of the angle valve with a special wrench and rotate it counterclockwise. Do not use too much force during removal. Generally, the angle valve will not be installed tightly unless it is rusted.

3. During installation, wrap 4-5 raw material belts around the angle valve threads, tighten them clockwise from outside to inside, rotate them clockwise and screw them into the inner thread fittings of the pipeline. The installation is completed after the angle valve threads are exposed for 2-3 turns.

What's wrong with the common non decompression of the triangle valve?

1. There are burrs on the main valve core or on the edge of the countersunk groove of the valve body hole, or there is dirt stuck in the gap between the main valve core and the valve body hole, or the hydraulic clamping occurs due to the out of tolerance of the shape and position of the main valve core or valve hole, which locks the main valve core at the position with large opening (max). Due to the large opening, the oil does not depressurize. At this time, deburring, cleaning and repairing the accuracy of valve hole and valve core can be taken respectively according to the above conditions.

2. For J-type tubular valve, it is easy to install the valve cover in the wrong direction (90 or 180 ) during disassembly and repair, so that the external oil drain port is blocked and the oil cannot be drained, resulting in the same oil trap phenomenon as above, so that the main valve is jacked at a large opening without decompression. During repair, install the valve cover in the right direction.

3. The inlet and outlet of the pressure reducing valve are connected reversely: there is a mistake in the design of the plate valve as the mounting plate, and the pipe valve is the wrong connecting pipe. The oil inlet and outlet of J-type pressure reducing valve is just opposite to that of Y-type overflow valve. When using, please pay attention to the steel seal marks (PL, P2, l, etc.) on the oil port on the valve, or consult the product catalogue of hydraulic components. Do not make wrong design and connection.

4. The long damping hole on the main valve core is blocked by dirt, and the oil in P2 cavity cannot flow into the spring cavity of the main valve through the long damping hole e. the feedback pressure of P2 in the oil outlet cavity cannot be transmitted to the pilot cone valve, so that the pilot valve loses its regulating effect on the outlet pressure of the main valve. After the damping hole is blocked, the main valve P. The chamber loses the function of oil pressure P3, making the main valve become a direct acting slide valve with weak spring force (only the balance spring of the main valve). Therefore, when the pressure at the oil outlet is very low, it can overcome the force of the balance spring and reduce the throttle of the pressure reducing valve by Ymin. In this way, the pressure at the oil inlet P1 is greatly reduced to P2 through the Ymin throttle, so that the pressure at the oil outlet does not increase. The long damping hole shall be unobstructed.

How to disassemble the triangle valve? The above Xiaobian explained to you the process to be disassembled. Have you understood it after reading it? What's wrong with the triangle valve not reducing pressure? The reason why the triangle valve does not decompress, the above small series introduces several kinds to you? Xiaobian's answer can help you.

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