DeZURIK, Inc. Datasheets for Air Valves

Air valves allow metered fluid flow in one or both directions. They are used in pneumatic circuits to regulate the rate of activation or exhaust of cylinders and other pneumatic devices.
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Air/Vacuum valves allow large volumes of air to be exhausted from or admitted into a pipeline as it is being filled or drained. The elongated body of the Sewage Air/Vacuum...
Air/Vacuum Valves are float operated and have a large discharge orifice equal in size to the valve’s inlet. Air/Vacuum valves allow large volumes of air to be exhausted from or...
APCO Single Body Combination Air Valves (ASU) can be used for clean or dirty services. The unique and patented venting design provides varied and predictable air flow over a wide...
Because sewage media generates large quantities of gas, the potential for air entrapped with sewage pipelines is even greater than in water lines. It is recommended that each high point...
Combines the features of Air/Vacuum Valves and Air Release Valves. These valves are also called Double Orifice Air Valves. These valves are installed on all high points of a system...
Operate same as Air Valves for Water, differing only in appearance with elongated taller bodies. Elongated bodies minimize clogging by permitting use of a much longer float stem, to prevent...
The APCO Clean Water Air Release Valves (ARV) function to release air pockets that collect at each high point of a pressured pipeline, and are essential for pipeline efficiency and...
The APCO Double-Acting Throttling Device (DAT) is designed to regulate and restrict air venting on the discharge orifice of air valves. The DAT features an exclusive throttling air-out/full flow air-in...
The Surge Check Valve is designed for installation to the inlet of the existing Air/Vacuum Valve on the line. It consists of a body, seat, flow-disc and compression spring. The...
Vacuum Relief/Air Inlet Valves are normally closed valves. When the system pressure becomes negative, the valve opens, allowing air into the system to prevent a vacuum from building. When system...