Cash Valve Type FR and FR-6 Cryogenic Back Pressure or Economizer Valve Installation guide

Cash Valve Type FR and FR-6 Cryogenic Back Pressure or Economizer Valve Installation guide
CASH VALVE TYPES FR AND FR-6 BACK PRESSURE OR ECONOMIZER VALVES
CRYOGENIC INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Before installation, these instructions must be carefully read and understood.
DESCRIPTION
GENERAL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The Types FR and FR-6 are designed to function
as Back Pressure or Economizer valves in
Cryogenic Circuits. The Back Pressure function
is to open at a preset pressure and relieve inlet
pressure to the discharge side into a lower
pressure. The Economizer's function is to open
at a preset pressure above the Pressure Build
set pressure, and continue to open as gas
head pressure from heat leak builds during
non-use periods of the system. The Economizer
by-passes gas head pressure directly to the
Final Line circuit when system draw resumes,
drawing down the excess pressure rapidly and
re-closes before the Pressure Build regulator
opens. FR Series valves are not emergency
relief devices, but are designed for continuous
pressure regulation.
Connect the supply line to either the right or
left hand body connection. The remaining right
or left hand connection should be connected
to the service line or plugged depending on
the type of installation. The bottom connection,
which is indicated by an arrow on the valve
body, should be connected to the by-pass or
vaporizer line.
SPECIFICATION DATA
Service: Cryogenic liquids and gases
Sizes: 1-1/4", 1-1/2" and 2"
End Connections:
Threaded internal inlet and outlet
Available Body Materials:
Bronze or Stainless Steel
Temperature Rating:
+150°F (339K) to -320°F (78K)
Maximum Pressure:
FR: 400 psi (27.6 bar)
FR-6: 600 psi (41.4 bar)
Capacity:
For specific capacity information, consult the
factory.
Before installing the valve, the piping and valve
should be thoroughly flushed out to remove any
foreign material. Use a compatible sealant on
the male pipe threads and do not over-tighten
the valve connections.
CONSTRUCTION
See component description for materials of
construction.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Adjusting the Delivery Pressure:
The regulator’s back pressure setting is
adjusted by turning the adjusting screw (2) at
the top of the spring chamber (5) after removing
the adjusting screw cap (1) and loosening the
adjusting screw lock nut (3). To obtain a higher
pressure setting, turn the adjusting screw
clockwise (into the spring chamber). To lower
the pressure setting, turn the adjusting screw
counter-clockwise (out of the spring chamber).
Tighten the adjusting screw lock nut after the
adjustment has been made and install the
closing cap.
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
Before attempting to service the valve, be sure
to shut off the supply pressure and relieve all
pressure from BOTH sides of the valve. Refer to
the Type FR section view for parts identification. It
is not necessary to remove the valve from the line
for servicing.
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CASH VALVE TYPES FR AND FR-6 BACK PRESSURE OR ECONOMIZER VALVES
CRYOGENIC INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
No.
Content Description
Construction
1
Adjusting Screw Cap
Brass
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Adjusting Screw
Lock Nut
Gasket
Spring Chamber
Spring Button
Pressure Spring
Name Plate
Drive Screw
Nut
Washer
Pressure Plate
Screw
Diaphragm
Gasket
Ring
Diaphragm Ring
(FR-6 only)
O-ring
Ball Seat
Seat Ring
Body Seat
Body
Brass or SST
Brass or SST
Teflon
Brass or SST
Brass or SST
SST
Aluminum
SST
SST
SST
Brass
SST
Bronze or SST
Teflon
SST
17
18
19
20
21
22
FIGURE 1
Brass
Teflon
SST
SST
Brass or SST
Bronze or SST
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