TLV upgrades Cospect valve20 September 2021

The three-in-one Cospect pressure reducing valve from TLV Euro Engineering has been upgraded and is now being offered with integrated pressure gauges as standard across the range.

Commenting for TLV Euro Engineering, general manager Michael Povey says: “By upgrading and offering the pressure gauges as standard across the range, we have enhanced the Cospect to make it even more of a unified steam system solution. The integrated gauges also mean no additional pipework modification is required before or after the PRV, which reduces installation time and minimises process downtime.”.

Originally launched over 35 years ago, the Cospect is a combined pilot-operated pressure reducing valve (PRV), cyclone separator, strainer and steam trap in a single component that is said to overcome the limitations and inadequacies of conventional PRVs and solves their many associated problems – including fluctuations in primary and secondary pressures and valve hunting and vibration – to provide improved-quality dry steam at a constant pressure and temperature.

By eliminating the conventional arrangement and combining four separate components into a single valve, the Cospect incorporates fewer gaskets, spool pieces and fixings, improving moisture separation and providing accurate and stable pressure control. It is also more sensitive to downstream pressure fluctuations, is reliable in operation and its unified, modular construction facilitates easy, in-line maintenance, according to TLV.

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