Kofloc Model 6800 Pressure Regulating Valve: The backpressure valve is a kind of relief valve that keeps the pressure at the front stage of a valve constant. It can easily and quickly control the pressure of a tank with a large buffer and remove the constant flow of mixed gas, which cannot easily be done by general regulation valves with a subsequent stage controlling function. This new concept of pressure regulation has been attracting much attention.
Pressure-regulating valves are classified into reducing valves and back-pressure valves. Reducing valves are adjustment valves that make the secondary-side pressure constant when the pressure on the primary side changes, and are used at the first stage of systems in general. Meanwhile, back-pressure valves are used to keep the primary-side pressure constant by releasing the primary-side pressure when it has exceeded the set value.