Gas valve

Gasvalves, an essential part of boiler systems, are used to control the flow of fuel gas into the system. These valves keep the boiler operating safely and effectively by regulating the amount of gas burned. Also with preventing hazardous gas buildup.

The flow of gas to the burner and pilot light is managed by a boiler gas valve. An electrical signal from the printed circuit board (PCB) controls it.

The valve typically connects the boiler’s burner to the fuel gas supply. The valve’s purpose is to regulate the flow of gas into the system by either opening or closing it or by controlling the flow rate.

These valves control the flow of gas and include safety features to guard against dangerous gas buildup and other risks. In order to avoid potential explosions brought on by overpressure. Valves frequently have a pressure regulator that restricts the gas supply pressure. Additionally, valves frequently have a safety shutoff feature that, when it notices a risky circumstance like too much pressure or a failing flame, automatically cuts off the gas supply.

Gas valves are essential for controlling the fuel gas flow in a boiler system and avoiding hazardous situations. Regular maintenance and inspection of these valves is necessary to guarantee proper valve operation and guard against potential safety hazards.

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