Pressure Change of your LESER Safety Valve
A safety valve’s set pressure is the pressure at which it audibly opens for the first time. If you want to change the set pressure of your valve, it may be necessary to replace the installed spring.
Under normal conditions, the set pressure is equal to the test pressure. At temperatures above 100 °C or when compensating for back pressure on the outlet face, the test pressure may deviate from the set pressure.
With the Pressure Change web service you can find the right spring to change your valve to a new set pressure.
This is what you do
Enter the article number of a valve and the set pressure in bar or psig to find the suitable springs. E.g.: 4295.8614 and 29 barg.
If necessary, several different spring materials will be issued.
Please observe the application limits of your safety valve, as any springs displayed may be outside the permissible pressure range.
Please note that unauthorised persons are prohibited from changing the set pressure of a safety valve. In addition, after a pressure change, the safety valve must be sealed and re-stamped in accordance with the regulations.