How to Install the Gas Storage Tank and How to Adjust the Pressure Reducing Valve of the Gas Pipe

In everyone's home, the use of many items should be common in everyone's eyes, but these items are not handled in place, which is also a potential crisis. The gas tank is an example. The use place of the gas tank is mainly the kitchen, and the open fire in the kitchen often occurs, so it can't be solved in place, It must be a very dangerous behavior, so how to install the air tank? How to adjust the pressure reducing valve of gas pipe?

How to install the air tank?

After replacing the cylinder, pay attention to the screw thread before installing the pressure reducing valve, and then rotate the hand wheel counterclockwise in the reverse direction. When rotating, do not use excessive force. The correct hand induction is easy and free, otherwise the thread may not be aligned. At this time, do not force the screw in, but correct the screw in again until it is tightened.

1. Formal dress. The forward installation method is to lay and weld the tank bottom on the foundation, assemble and weld the first circle of tank wall on the tank bottom, and then weld with the bottom plate, then mechanically assemble the second circle of wall plate and the first circle of wall plate one by one, weld the longitudinal weld of the second circle of wall plate, and weld the circumferential weld between the second circle of wall plate and the first circle of wall plate; Move upward in this order until the last circle of wall panel assembly and welding is completed. Large floating roof tanks are generally constructed by positive installation method, and automatic welding is generally adopted for the welding of wall plates and bottom plates.

2. Flip. The construction procedure of the inversion method is opposite to that of the front installation method. The construction procedure of the inversion method is: laying the tank bottom plate installing the uppermost wall plate on the paved tank bottom plate making and installing the tank top overall lifting installing the next wall plate overall lifting until the lowest wall plate, and then installing it from top to bottom.

The inverted installation method is basically carried out on the ground, which avoids high-altitude operation, ensures safety, and is conducive to improving quality and work efficiency. At present, it is widely used in tank construction. Dome roof tanks are often constructed by this method.

How to adjust the pressure reducing valve of gas pipe?

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

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 pressurization 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.

The above content mainly describes how to install the air storage tank? The specific introduction of how to adjust the pressure reducing valve of the gas pipe. The installation of the gas tank is not troublesome, but if you install it yourself, you must find out the steps. If you operate on the premise that you don't understand, it will undoubtedly cause accidents. Therefore, the situation will become difficult to solve, so don't be careless.

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