nonreturn valve


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nonreturn valve

n
(Mechanical Engineering) another name for check valve
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This year saw the launch of two major innovations - the Manor Prime range of bespoke wooden flood doors and the WAR nonreturn valve which gives protection from flooding and rodents in domestic and commercial drain systems.
inoculated two sets of drainage bags with Escherichia coli; one bag had a single valve between drainage tube and the catheter, and the other set had a double nonreturn valve model system.
The nonreturn valve closes because pressure becomes higher at the outlet than at the inlet.
The consequences range from inadequate melt or part quality to increased wear on barrel, screw and nonreturn valve. A double flighted screw newly developed by Engel Austria, one of the global leaders in the manufacture of plastics processing machines, achieves this performance boost.
Silent Flow Plus blowers are equipped as standard with a calibrated safety valve, a corrosion-proof, full bore nonreturn valve, and an isolated pressure gauge on the discharge side.
In developing the Exospring nonreturn valve, DPL have dispensed with the traditional spring assembly in the product flow.
When the pump is stopped, an integrated nonreturn valve prevents the discharge pipe from running empty and ensures that the pump is not damaged as a result of reverse rotation.