A safety valve is a valve mechanism which automatically releases a fluid from a pump chamber, when the pressure exceeds preset limits.
A Relief Valve is a secondary pressure regulating device used to back up the primary regulating device. If the primary regulating device fails to by-pass at a set system pressure, the relief valve will open and allow liquid to flow freely. A relief valve can save costly pump and system damage, and more importantly it’s an added safety feature to protect those working around the equipment.
0 to 2500 LPM pressure up to 15,000 PSI
It is a safety device – part of standard equipment, for preventing excessive pressure development then the set pressure.