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Low Pressure Relief Valves are designed and manufactured to meet the rigorous OEM industrial application requirements. The reducer is the second found inside the home. It's the first after the main shut-off . When the supply main exceeds 60 psi, an approved water reducing and strainer should be installed in the water service pipe near its entrance to the building to reduce water to 50 psi or lower. Water is delivered under , but that varies depending on location and the conditions under which it is delivered. It also varies with temperature; as the temperature rises, increases. This must be controlled for safety reasons, but also to provide a reliable rate of flow. The emergency relief becomes the "path of least resistance" as the is forced open and a portion of the fluid is diverted through the auxiliary route. The diverted fluid is usually returned back to either the reservoir or the pump inlet. Generally, the adjustable relief is used as a safety precaution, setting a limit for the maximum operating of the system or pump, ready to operate should the system exceed its limits. The relief and bypass path can be internal (an integral part of the pump) or external (installed as a Sillcocks and outside wall hydrants may be left on full main at the option of the owner. The surge relief is spring-loaded. It remains open until the in the building reaches a set level. Then it closes and remains closed until the in the building begins to drop. It typically is bronze with a union inlet connection. It is installed when the water in the incoming line exceeds 60 psi, and can handle incoming up to 300 psi, and reduce it to an outlet of approximately 50 psi, but this is adjustable. watt relief consists of 530C Calibrated Relief are spring operated bronze designed for use only as protection from the build up of excessive in systems containing water, oil or air. Series 530C incorporate a calibrated adjustment feature for setting the to the relief required. These are ideally suited for bypass thermal expansion relief.