PRESSURE-REDUCING STATION

Pressure-reducing stations are the transfer station between public transport pipelines and the plant’s own pipeline system. Due to the fact that the pressure in the plant’s own pipeline system is much lower, it has to be condotioned by the pressure-reducing station onto the maximum admissible pressure. A pressure regulator is used to reduced the inlet pressure to the optimum operating pressure for the burners/system. Depending on the pressure the pressure regulator  is a pilot  operated- or direct-acting type.

Druckreduzierstation GE-Energy_24224-00 MAN_22565-08_Qadiperm MAN_22682-08_Secpipe MAN_22683-08_Moyapipe MAN_22899-08_Napu MAN_23081-08_Villarpipe MAN_23540-09_Jaupipe
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Advantages
  • Compact design, pre-tested
  • Defined connecting points
  • Ready for connection “Plug & Go”
  • Easy to operate
  • Proven high-performance valves
  • Safety due to absolute tightness
  • Easy accessibility of all components
General description
The pressure-reducing stations are equipped with all necessary valves and instruments for a safe operation. The pressure-reducing station is usually part of the fuel supply line.
Valves, instruments and pipings are fitted on a common framework with defined connecting points which makes it easy for our customers to embedd the pressure-reducing station into the fuel supply pipeline.