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Pneumatic relay valve










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #4480663.

The invention relates to a pneumatic relay valve for regulating output pressure in proportion to a control pressure.The relay valve includes a first piston member which is acted on by the control pressure and a second piston member which is acted on by the input pressure.A compression spring is located between the two relay piston members.The strength of the compression spring determines the height of a predetermined minimum controlled pressure even if the input pressure is subsequently lost or drops to a low value.In addition, the output pressure of a receiver can be maintained at a specific adjustable level which may be below the maximum pressure value of the input pressure due to the compression spring located between the two relay piston members.








 
 
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