What is the difference between flow valve and flow control valve?
Control valves are used in many processes to control flow, pressure, temperature or other variables. The type of valve used will depend on the size of the pipe, the overall pressure that the system operates, the flowing media, process conditions, and other factors.
Flow control devices restrict the rate of flow entering a grease interceptor to a maximum flow rate and, in some cases, serve as a vent for air intake to aid in separation performance. These devices may be installed either upstream of or within a grease interceptor.
Some type of data flow control is needed by the serial device to limit the amount of data transmitted by the system. Serial devices, such as printers and modems, do not process data as quickly or efficiently as the computers they are connected to.
Water is a scarce resource that we need to protect. We need to secure water for the next generations and a growing population. Control valves can help reduce water losses and contribute to efficient water supply management by regulating pressure, flow or level, regardless of changes in the supply network.