Bleeding and venting valves separate air or other gases from a liquid depending on the level of such liquid. Thus bleeding and venting valves contribute to the efficiency and enchance the safety of the plant. This emphasises the importance and necessity of a professional design for such valves to enchance the safety of your plant.
1. Continuous Bleeding and Venting Valves
A MANKENBERG continuous bleeding and venting valve (EB 1.10 to EB 1.48) is a device for
bleeding gases accumulating from liquids during continuous operation. If venting has to be avoided, a back-pressure valve can be delivered. The back-pressure valve has to be installed in the venting pipe by the customer if not already integrated in the armature in the factory.
A MANKENBERG continuous bleeding and venting valve (EB 1.57, EB 1.59) is a device for
bleeding gases accumulating from liquids during continuous operation. For underpressure protection,
a vacuum venting valve is integrated.
A MANKENBERG start-up bleed valve (EB 3.50 and EB 3.52) removes air from the system
during start-up or the filling process. Therefore valve seat and ventilation opening are proportioned larger than for continuous bleeding valves. Due to the larger seat, start-up bleeding valves vent the system very effectively at suddenly appearing vacuum.