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Consolidated Type 19000 Safety Relief Valve

  • Inlet Sizes

    1/2" to 2"

    Inlet Ratings

    Threaded and ASME Class 150 to 2500

    Outlet Sizes

    1” to 2 ½”

    Outlet Ratings

    Threaded and ASME Class 150 to 300

    Orifice Sizes

    .096 sq. in. through 0.567 sq. in.

    Set Pressure Range

    5 psig to 8000 psig

    Temperature Range

    -425°F to 1100°F

    Materials

    Stainless/Carbon Steel with stainless trim

    Standards and Regulations

    ASME B & PVC, Section VIII

    Description

    The Consolidated 19000 Series valve provides quality performance in seat tightness, capacity, and blowdown on most media. It surpasses ASME code requirements and is CE compliant to European PED specifications in functional performance and overpressure protection. 

    Benefits of the Consolidated 19000 Series valve include: 

    • Offers a reliable, light and compact design for low installation costs.
    • Simple design is not only easily maintained, it also helps reduce your parts inventory.
    • Its short, fixed blowdown makes it a good choice for thermal relief services.
    • Versatile design is offered in screwed, flanged or socket weld connection.

    The Type 19000 safety relief valve is suitable for overpressure protection in chemical, petrochemical, refinery, power generation (nuclear and commercial), and other commercial applications. 

Consolidated Type 19000 Safety Relief Valve

Consolidated Type 19000 Safety Relief Valve

Applicable Industries

Power Generation, Refining, Petrochemicals, Midstream Oil & Gas, Upstream Oil & Gas, Paper.

Key Applications : Cooling Tower, Reactor Building, Turbine Building, Reactor Facility Grounds & BOP, Gas Turbine, Heat Recovery Steam Generator, Balance Of Plant, Distillation, Hydroprocessing, Reforming,  Cracking, Secondary, Blending, Quenching & Fractioning, Charge Gas Compression, Seperation, Pipeline Integrity, Dehydration, Auxillary, Dehydration/Treating, Compression.