Vacuum Priming Valve
The purpose of a Vacuum Priming Valve is to automatically allow air to be drawn out of the pumping system until the pump fills with water. Then, when the water reaches the priming valve, the float rises and closes the priming valve to prevent fluid from flowing to the vacuum priming system. The priming valve will continue to release air while the pump is running.
150 psig (1000 kPa)
ASTM A126 Class B cast iron
Benefits and features
Floats shall be unconditionally guaranteed against failure including pressure surges. Extended mechanical linkage shall
provide suitable mechanical advantage so that the valve will open under full operating pressure۔
Air Release Wastewater