Blackmer differential bypass valves are designed to protect pumps and system components from excessive pressure damage, and no LP gas pump installation is complete without one. Blackmer offers five different models that provide full-flow pressure control to 250 U.S. gpm (946 L/min) at 120 psid (8.27 Bar). Installation is easy with NPT tapped ports in sizes from 3/4" to 2". All models are suitable for both LP gas and anhydrous ammonia service.
Designed specifically for use as a primary relief valve in ASME transports and delivery trucks with 2" and 3" NPT couplings.
8543 Series relief valves are designed for use as a primary relief valve in larger ASME motor fuel containers such as on buses, trucks and construction equipment.
8544 Series relief valves are designed for use as a primary relief valve in smaller ASME and DOT motor fuel containers such as on tractors, lift trucks, cars and taxicabs.
Designed specifically for use as a primary relief valve on forklift cylinders, the 8545AK reduces the possibility of improper functioning of the relief mechanism due to foreign material build up. All guides, springs, stem and adjusting components are located inside the cylinder - removed from the direct exposure of foreign materials and debris from the atmosphere.
NFPA Pamphlet #58 requires that:
"All containers used in industrial truck (including forklift truck cylinders)service shall have the container pressure relief valve replaced by a new or unused valve within 12 years of the date of manufacture of the container and each 10 years thereafter."
Designed for use as a primary relief valve on ASME containers such as 250, 500 and 1,000 gallon tanks. Underwriters’ Laboratories lists containers systems on which these types of valves are mounted outside the hood without additional protection, if mounted near the hood and fitted with a protective cap.
Designed especially for use as a primary relief valve on large stationary storage containers, these low profile relief valves are generally mounted in half couplings. However, they are designed so that the inlet ports clear the bottom of a full 2" coupling. This assures that the relief valve should always be capable of maximum flow under emergency conditions.
Designed for use as a primary relief valve on ASME above ground and underground containers, bulk plant installations and skid tanks. The 3131 Series may also be used as a primary or secondary relief valve on DOT cylinders, or as a hydrostatic relief valve. All working components of these relief valves are outside the container connection, so the valves must be protected from physical damage.
Designed for use as a supplementary relief valve on small ASME above ground and underground containers. They may also be used as a primary or secondary relief device on DOT cylinders, or as hydrostatic relief valves.
All working components of these relief valves are outside the container connection, so the valves must be protected from physical damage.
Designed especially for use as a primary relief device on smaller stationary storage containers, with 2" NPT threaded couplings. These manifolds allow servicing or replacement of either of the two relief valves without evacuating the container or loss of service. The operating lever selectively closes off the entrance port to the relief valve being removed while the remaining valve provides protection for the container and its contents. The rating of each manifold is based on actual flow through the manifold and a single pressure relief valve, taking friction loss into account. It is not merely the rating of the relief valve alone.
Designed especially for use as a primary relief device on large stationary pressurized storage containers with flanged openings. These manifolds incorporate an additional relief valve, not included in the flow rating, allowing for servicing or replacement of any one of the relief valves without evacuating the container. The handwheel on the manifold selectively closes off the entrance port to the relief valve being removed while the remaining relief valves provide protection for the container and its contents. All manifold flow ratings are based on flow through the relief valves after one has been removed for service or replacement.
Designed for use as a relief valve on first stage regulators that comply with the NFPA 58 18.104.22.168 exception: “first stage regulators with a rated capacity of more than 500,000 BTU/hr. shall be permitted to have a separate relief valve.
Especially designed to bleed off liquid or vapor pressures trapped in transfer lines. When installed in the downstream boss of RegO® globe and angle valves used at the end of a liquid transfer hose, the bleeder valve allows for the controlled venting of the product and indicates to the operator that the valves are closed and he can disconnect the coupling. They may also be used as a fixed liquid level gauge where the dip tube is part of the container.
All these valves incorporate a No. 54 drill size orifice.
An optional instruction plate with "Stop Filling When Liquid Appears" may be ordered for use with these valves.