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Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves ANDERSON GREENWOOD In the highly specialized field

ANDERSON GREENWOOD

In the highly specialized field of pressure relief devices, no manufacturer can match the diversified products and experience of Anderson Greenwood. With more designs than any other worldwide manufacturer, Anderson Greenwood’s product technolo- gy solves applications from the most severe problem to very basic service conditions. Recent technology releases demonstrate significant product enhance- ment by our globally experienced engineering staff. These include the high-temperature pilot valve (Series 700),

direct spring operated valves meeting API Standard 526, an extensive iron and bronze product range, and a full line of weight loaded pressure and vacuum de- vices. In addition to our well-known product quality, ISO 9001 certifications have been awarded to both our Stafford, Texas, and Manchester, England, manu- facturing plants, ensuring the ability to deliver products that meet customers’ pre- cise requirements well into the 21st century and beyond.

 

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Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Contents

Features and Benefits

Features and Benefits Product Overview

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Operation

Low Pressure POPRV Series 90 Series 9000 Type 96A Vacuum Breaker

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General Technical Data

 

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Model Selection

 

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Product Detail

Type 93 Types 91 and 94 Type 95 Type 9200 Type 9300 Series 90 Pilot Series 400 Pilot Type 96A

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Accessories and Options

 

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Dimensions and Weights

Types 93, 91 and 94, 95 Types 9200, 9300 Type 96A

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37, 38

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Sizing

Capacity Tables

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Ordering Information

 

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Series 90 and 9000 Catalog

Revised April 2000 Catalog: 90/9000-US.96

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Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Features and Benefits

Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves Features and Benefits Anderson Greenwood Series 90 and 9000 valves offer
Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves Features and Benefits Anderson Greenwood Series 90 and 9000 valves offer
Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves Features and Benefits Anderson Greenwood Series 90 and 9000 valves offer
Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves Features and Benefits Anderson Greenwood Series 90 and 9000 valves offer

Anderson Greenwood Series 90 and 9000 valves offer a high performance alternative to spring and weight-loaded relief devices for low pressure systems, providing the following features and benefits.

• Tight Up to Set Pressure: Pilot control keeps high seat forces all the way to set point, eliminating product losses.

Full Open at Set Point: Snap action opening permits full opening at set pressure, allowing for higher settings and overcoming freezing or sticking problems.

Pop or Modulating Action: Pilot selec- tion allows a choice between rapid snap opening action and proportional modulating action to best suit the process.

Resilient Seats and Diaphragms:

Extensive selection of seat and diaphragm materials to meet most conditions and provide long mainte- nance-free operation.

Balanced Against Back Pressure:

Valves can be connected to closed header systems without loss of valve lift or set pressure fluctuations.

Remote Sensing: This option permits the pressure in the protected system to be accurately sensed at the PRV regardless of the inlet piping pressure losses to the PRV.

Field Test Connection: Valve function can be verified in place without remov- ing the valve to a test bench or raising process pressures.

Manual Blowdown: The valve can be actuated manually or remotely to de- pressurize a system.

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Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Product Overview

The Series 90/9000 group of products is a very wide range of both pressure and vac- uum relief valves, primarily designed for protecting low pressure storage vessels and tanks, as well as low pressure piping systems. They are designed to meet the requirements of ASME VIII and API 2000; many models also satisfy IMO and other marine regulations.

Type 93: The Type 93 is the original work- horse of the product range, providing excellent service since 1968. This pilot operated pressure relief valve is designed with elastomer seats and seals, with con- struction materials in aluminum, carbon steel (CS) and stainless steel (SS) to satisfy the majority of gas piping and chemical tank applications.

Types 91 and 94: The Types 91 and 94 were designed for specific applications where FEP diaphragms alone were not rugged enough and premium sealing was required for super cryogenic fluids. The Types 91 and 94 employ a bellows cou- pled with a Teflon ® film seat to provide extraordinary performance for hard-to- hold cryogenic fluids such as hydrogen and helium. They also satisfy specific marine applications.

Type 95: The Type 95 is a unique higher pressure protection valve that utilizes a pis- ton in the main valve for ruggedness, and high performance elastomers, making this valve ideal for special applications up to 150 psig [10.34 barg] in marine LPG ser- vices.

Type 96A: All of the above valves are pilot operated pressure relief valves. The Type 96A is a weight-loaded vacuum breaker designed to compliment the pres- sure relief products.

Types 9200/9300: The Types 9200/9300 were designed in 1986 to expand upon the capabilities of the Series 90 product range. The Types 9200/9300 employ the highly successful pressurized Teflon ® film seat, as well as protected FEP di- aphragms. The designs allow these valves to be used in the pilot operated pressure relief mode and simultaneously provide vacuum relief, either via weight loads of the internals, or with a specific pilot control of the vacuum opening. The Types 9200/9300 were designed with a special studded inlet connection to reduce the inlet profile, and coupled with larger orifice areas, these valves provide flow capacities as much as 45 percent greater than the Series 90 valves. The Type 9300 is a full body valve to pipe away the dis- charge if required. The 9200 vents directly to atmosphere and has no provision to pipe away the discharge.

Note

1. Teflon ® is a registered trademark of E.I. duPont de Nemours Company.

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Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Function Low Pressure POPRV

Low pressure systems can be protected from overpressure by spring-operated valves, weight-loaded valves or pilot-oper- ated valves.

Full Open at Set Pressure

Weight-loaded and spring-operated valves begin to open when forces are in equilibri- um. As process pressures approach set pressures, there can be significant simmer or leakage and loss of product. Long peri- ods of simmer can lead to valve freeze-up with cryogenic fluids. Very small differen- tial forces dont easily overcome sticky fluids and prevent proper opening. Typical weight-loaded valves require significant overpressure to achieve rated capacities (see Figure 1).

Pilot operated valves use a pilot to con- trol pressure over a large unbalanced member in the main valve, such as a diaphragm or piston (see Figure 2). The large overbalance means a much larger force on top of the seat compared to process forces pushing up on the seat. At set pressure, the pilot relieves the pres- sure quickly, permitting the main valve seat to open rapidly. The Anderson Greenwood Series 90 and 9000 designs can provide full opening without any overpressure, a capability unavailable in spring-operated and weight-loaded valves in low pressure systems.

This same feature can be applied to the Anderson Greenwood Series 9000 for vacuum, allowing tight sealing operation in a vacuum mode until such point where the valve must rapidly open to prevent excess vacuum.

Snap Action or Modulating Action Opening

Weight-loaded and spring-operated valves open as process forces overcome down- ward forces, with little flexibility to overcome problem applications. Anderson Greenwood pilot operated valves can be adjusted to open with a rapid snapaction or modulating action. Most applications are well served by the snap action mode, with full opening at set pressure and full reseat- ing after a short blowdown. However, some systems might best be served by a proportional opening, whereby the valve opens just enough to satisfy small upsets and maintain constant system pressure, yet still have the capability to reach full

capacity within 10 percent overpressure. The Anderson Greenwood Series 90 and 9000 can be set for a snap acting or mod- ulating mode with a simple adjustment of the external blowdown screw. No part changes are necessary to change the operating mode.

Figure 1

100 Series 90/9000 90 80 70 Weight Loaded 60 50 40 30 20 10 0
100
Series 90/9000
90
80
70
Weight Loaded
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
% Relieving Capacity
Set Pressure 100%

Figure 2

% Overpressure

Pilot Dome Diaphragm F Main Valve Nozzle
Pilot
Dome
Diaphragm
F
Main Valve
Nozzle

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Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Function Low Pressure POPRV

Large Selection of Models

The Series 90 and 9000 valves are of- fered in a wide variety of sizes, materials and configurations to meet most applica- tions for positive pressure and vacuum protection. Anderson Greenwood has decades of experience in cryogenic, in- dustrial, and chemical applications. Each application benefits from the same fea- tures of leak-free operation, balanced against back pressure, as well as precise and repeatable opening.

Leak-Free Operation

Weight-loaded and spring-operated valves have decreasing seating forces as set pressure is approached. This leads to significant leakage of valuable product prior to set point. With the Anderson Greenwood pilot operated valves, the greater the system pressure, the higher the seating force, until set point is reached and the valve opens.

This provides superior leak-free operation, minimizing product loss. Figure 3 illus- trates the relative seating forces of the valve types.

Balanced Against Back Pressure

Low-pressure weight-loaded and spring- operated valves are directly affected by any back pressures, built-up or superimposed. Therefore, any vent piping or closed head- er system can adversely affect the opening and capacities of these valves. Such valves should not be used when discharg- ing into closed header systems. Figure 4 illustrates a typical weight-loaded design, where any back pressures will directly in- crease the opening pressure of such designs, or contribute to premature closing and instability. Anderson Greenwood pilot operated valves will not increase in set pressure or lose lift due to back pressure, as they are inherently balanced against back pressures.

Figure 3 High Seating Force 100% 90% Low Pressure Pilot Operated Pressure Relief % Available
Figure 3
High Seating Force
100%
90%
Low Pressure
Pilot Operated
Pressure Relief
% Available
Valve
50%
Seating Force
Weight-loaded
Safety Valve
10%
Low Seating Force
0%
0%
50%
90%
100%
Set Pressure
% of Set Pressure
Figure 4
Back
Pressure

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Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Operation – Series 90 Pilot Spring Sense Diaphragm Boost Diaphragm Sense Cavity Boost Cavity Spindle
Operation – Series 90
Pilot Spring
Sense Diaphragm
Boost Diaphragm
Sense Cavity
Boost Cavity
Spindle Seal Diaphragm
Pilot Seat
Blowdown Adjustment
Orifice (variable)
Fixed Orifice
Main Valve Diaphragm
Dome
Main Valve Seat
Pilot Pickup
(total pressure)
Dome Main Valve Seat Pilot Pickup (total pressure) Figure 5 (Closed) Positive Pressure Relief Under normal

Figure 5 (Closed) Positive Pressure Relief

Under normal operating conditions, sys- tem pressure acts on the bottom of the main valve seat, on top of the main valve diaphragm, and on the pilot diaphragms. The main valve seat is held tightly closed by a large force equal to the system pres- sure times the unbalanced area of the main valve diaphragm.

System pressure is also applied to the boost cavity and the sense cavity down- stream of the variable orifice.

The soft pilot seat is held closed as the pilot spring load is greater than the upward forces acting on the sense diaphragm.

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System Pressure

Exhaust Pressure

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Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Operation Series 90

Operated Pressure Relief Valves Operation – Series 90 Figure 6 (Pilot Open) Positive Pressure Relief When
Operated Pressure Relief Valves Operation – Series 90 Figure 6 (Pilot Open) Positive Pressure Relief When

Figure 6 (Pilot Open) Positive Pressure Relief

When process pressure increases to the point where the upward force on the sense diaphragm exceeds the spring load, the pilot seat lifts slightly, setting up a small flow in the pilot sense line. This small flow across the blowdown adjust- ment orifice causes a reduction in pressure downstream of the orifice and in the sense cavity. Even though this is only a small reduction in pressure, it creates a large net upward force which snaps the pilot full open as shown in Figure 7.

Figure 7 (Open and Flowing) Positive Pressure Relief

With the pilot fully open, a large reduction

in pressure on top of the main valve di-

aphragm occurs, resulting in full lift of the main valve seat. Set pressure is where the main valve opens.

Flow through the main valve continues until system pressure has been reduced to the

point where the pilot spring is again able to overcome the lifting forces on the boost di- aphragm. As the pilot begins to close, the flow and pressure drop across the blow- down adjustment and orifice decreases. The sense cavity pressure now increases

to assist in an accelerated closing rate.

With the pilot closed, full line pressure again loads the dome area, the main valve seat closes, and the pressures return to those shown in Figure 5.

Intermediate Pressure

Exhaust Pressure

System Pressure

The point at which the pilot spring over- comes the net lifting forces on the boost diaphragm may be varied by changing the pressure drop across the variable blow-

down adjustment orifice. A smaller orifice adjustment makes the valve close at a

lower system pressure (longer blowdown).A smaller orifice adjustment makes the valve close at a A larger orifice adjustment makes the

valve close at a lower system pressure (longer blowdown). A larger orifice adjustment makes the valve

A larger orifice adjustment makes the

valve open and close in a proportional/ modulating mode.

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Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Operation Series 9000 (Positive Pressure Relief) 2

Pilot Spring

Sense Diaphragm

Boost Diaphragm

Sense Cavity

Boost Cavity

Spindle Seal Diaphragm

Pilot Seat

Blowdown Adjustment

Orifice (variable)

Fixed Orifice

Dome

Main Valve Diaphragm

Main Valve Seat

Pilot Pickup

(total pressure)

Pilot Exhaust Figure 8 (Closed)
Pilot Exhaust
Figure 8 (Closed)
Inlet
Inlet

Figure 9 (Pilot Open)

Pilot Exhaust Figure 8 (Closed) Inlet Figure 9 (Pilot Open) Figure 10 (Open and Flowing) Intermediate

Figure 10 (Open and Flowing)

Intermediate Pressure

Exhaust Pressure

System Pressure

Intermediate Pressure Exhaust Pressure System Pressure © 1996/rev. 2000, Anderson Greenwood/Crosby reserves the
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Figure 8 Positive Pressure Relief 2

The Series 9000 group of products oper- ates very similarly to the Series 90 group of valves. The Series 90 pilot is widely used with the Series 9000 valves, avail- able in both snapand modulatingactions (see Figures 5 - 7). The main difference is the main valve diaphragms are fully sup- ported by the surrounding cases and diaphragm plates, increasing the pressure ranges of the Teflon ® diaphragms and per- mitting vacuum operations. The main valve seat is a high performance Teflon ® film seat which is extended from the main valve diaphragms to a lower profile nozzle, which permits greater flow capacities at set pressure.

Figure 9 Positive Pressure Relief

When process pressure increases to the point at which the upward force on the sense diaphragm exceeds the pilot spring load, the pilot seat lifts and begins the flow through the pilot. The flow across the blow- down adjustment orifice can be set to rapidly reduce the main valve dome pres- sure for a snapaction, or slowly reduce the main valve dome pressure for a modu- latingaction. 1

Figure 10 Positive Pressure Relief

With the pilot open, the dome pressure is sufficiently reduced and the forces under the main valve seat lift the seat plate and begin to relieve system pres- sure.

Flow through the main valve continues until system pressure has been reduced enough so the pilot spring is again able to overcome the lifting forces on the boost diaphragm.

As the pilot begins to close, the flow and pressure drop across the blowdown ad- justment orifice decreases.

The sense cavity pressure then increas- es to assist in an accelerated closing rate.

With the pilot closed, full line pressure again loads the dome area and the main valve seat closes. Pressures return to those shown in Figure 8.

A non-flowing modulating pilot, Series 400, is available for special applications.

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Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Figure 11 Weight Loaded Vacuum Relief

Weight loaded vacuum relief is most typi- cal for economical vacuum protection in combination with a pilot operated pressure relief valve.

The same valve which is held tightly closed on positive pressure opens on vacuum based on the weight of internal components.

Figure 12 Weight Loaded Vacuum Relief

Vacuum in the protected vessel pulls up on one or two dome areas while external atmosphere pushes upwards on the diaphragms to lift the seat plates.

Vacuum opening pressures depend on valve internals and number of di- aphragm chambers used.

Figure 13 Vacuum Relief Pilot Operated

Pilot operated vacuum relief operation is basically the same as positive pressure relief operation, as follows:

A seating force is established by loading the large dome area with a pressure greater than the inlet pressure under the seat.

In the closed condition, atmospheric pressure is present in the dome area of the main valve and a vacuum is present at the inlet. This causes a net force that closes the seat and maintains tightness up to set point.

At set point, the vacuum pulls against the spring force, and the pilot valve opens, evacuating the dome pressure through the supply tube into the inlet vacuum.

Figure 14 Vacuum Relief Pilot Operated

With a partial vacuum established in the dome, atmospheric pressure forces the diaphragm and seat open and establish- es air flow into the valve. This relieves the system vacuum.

When the pilot reseats, the supply line is closed by the pilot seat.

Atmospheric pressure again fills the dome through the blowdown adjustment and fixed orifice, which closes the main valve.

Operation Series 9000 (Vacuum Relief) 2

main valve. Operation – Series 9000 (Vacuum Relief) 2 Figure 11 (Closed) Inlet Pilot Pickup (total

Figure 11 (Closed)

Inlet Pilot Pickup (total pressure)
Inlet
Pilot Pickup (total pressure)

Figure 13 (Closed)

Figure 12 (Open and Flowing)

Inlet
Inlet

Pilot Pickup (system vacuum)

Figure 14 (Open and Flowing)

Notes

1. The point at which the pilot spring over- comes the net lifting forces on the boost diaphragm can be varied by changing the pressure drop across the variable blowdown adjustment orifice. A smaller orifice adjust- ment makes the valve close at a lower system pressure (longer blowdown).

2. With either pressure or vacuum configuration alone, the valve will open and flow when the weight-loaded pressure or vacuum for the opposite condition is exceeded unless a backflow preventer is installed.

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Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Operation Type 96A Vacuum Breaker

Gasket Inlet To Relief Valve Guide Rod Body Lifting Eye Bolt Flange Cap O-ring Seat
Gasket
Inlet To Relief Valve
Guide Rod
Body
Lifting Eye Bolt
Flange Cap
O-ring Seat
Inlet Screen
Seat Ring
Tank Pressure Atmospheric Pressure
Tank
Pressure
Atmospheric Pressure

Flange Stud

Flange Nut

Guide Tube

Seat Plate

Sponge Seat

Retainer Bolts

Seat Ring Retainer

Tank Connection

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Valve Closed

The weight of the pallet and any positive internal tank pressure holds the valve closed.

Valve Open and Flowing

The tank vacuum creates a pressure dif- ferential great enough to overcome the weight of the pallet and the pallet is lifted to the open position.

Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

General Technical Data Refer to Model Selection Tables for Specific Pressure Limitation

Series 90 1

Valve Type

Type 93

Pressure Relief Valves

Type 91

Type 94

Type 95

Vacuum Breaker

Type 96A

Materials

AL, CS 6 , SS

AL or SS

AL or SS

SS

AL, CS 6 , SS

Main Valve

Elastomer or Teflon

®

SS Bellows

SS Bellows

Kalrez ® Seat

Elastomer Seat

Soft Goods

Diaphragm,

Rubber

Teflon ® Seat and Seals

Teflon ® Seat and Seals

Teflon ® Seals

and Seals

Seat and

Seals

 

Elastomer or

Teflon ®

Hastelloy ® Teflon ® Kalrez ® Soft Goods

 

Pilot

Diaphragm, Elastomer Soft Goods

SS Diaphragms

Teflon ® Diaphragm

N/A

Soft Goods

Teflon

®

Soft Goods

Elastomer Soft Goods

Set Pressure

3wc to 50 psig

7wc to 50 psig

7wc to 50 psig

5 psig to 150 psig

1 /2 oz. or 1 1 /2 oz. Vacuum

Range

[7.5 mbarg to 3.45 barg]

[17.4 mbarg to 3.45 barg]

[17.4 mbarg to 3.45 barg]

[.345 barg to 10.34 barg]

[-2.2 to -6.6 mbarg]

Process

-260°F to 300°F 2 [-162°C to 149°C]

-423°F to 200°F [-253°C to 93°C]

-423°F to 200°F [-253°C to 93°C]

-160°F to 400°F [-107°C to 205°C]

-320°F to 300°F 2 [-196°C to 149°C]

Temperature

Series 90 Temperature Ratings

BUNA-N 3

-65°F to 250°F [-54°C to 121°C]

 

-65°F to 300°F

Viton ®

 

[-54°C to 149°C]

EPR

-65°F to 250°F [-54°C to 121°C]

Teflon ® Diaphragms

-260°F to 140°F

(Type 93)

[-162°C to 60°C]

Teflon ® Film seat and seals (Types 91 and 94)

-423°F to 200°F [-253°C to 93°C]

Series 9000 1

Valve Type

Pressure/Vacuum Relief Valves

Type 9200

Type 9300

Materials

AL or SS

AL, CS 6 , SS

Main Valve

Teflon ® Diaphragm Seat and Seals

Teflon ® Diaphragm Seat and Seals

Soft Goods

Pilot

Elastomer or All Teflon ® Soft Goods

Elastomer or All Teflon ® Soft Goods

Soft Goods

Set

Pressure

4wc to 5 psig [9.9 mbarg to 0.345 barg]

4wc to 50 psig [9.9 mbarg to 3.45 barg]

Range

Vacuum

-1.73wc to -5 psig [-4.3 mbarg to -0.345 barg]

-1.73wc to -5 psig [-4.3 mbarg to -0.35 barg]

Range

Process

-320°F to 200°F 2

-320°F to 200°F 2

Temperature

[-196°C to 93°C]

[-196°C to 93°C]

Notes

1. Not all valve sizes are available for service at extreme limits of both temperature and pressure simultaneously. Please refer to fac- tory when at limits to confirm suitability of selected valve.

2. Maximum temperature ratings for Series 90 Soft Goods: This is only a guide since pres- sure and fluid compatibility will also affect valve selection. See Series 90 Temperature Ratings table. For ASME code requirements, the maximum temperature for aluminum is 250°F [121°C].

3. BUNA-N O-ring main valve seat is rated to -260°F [-162°C] in conjunction with Teflon ® diaphragm.

4. Kalrez ® , Viton ® and Teflon ® are registered trademarks of E.I. duPont de Nemours Company.

5. Hastelloy ® is a registered trademark of Haynes International.

6. Minimum temperature for CS is -20°F

[-29°C].

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Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Model Selection

Model Selection Overview

Valve Size Inlet x Outlet in [mm]

in 2

Type 93 [cm 2 ]

Types 91 and 94

in 2

[cm 2 ]

Orifice Area

Type 95

in 2

[cm 2 ]

Types 9200 and 9300

in 2

[cm 2 ]

2

x 3

[50 x 80 ]

2.29

[14.77]

2.92

[18.84]

2.93

[18.90]

3.35

[21.61]

3

x 4

[80 x 100 ]

5.16

[33.29]

6.24

[40.26]

6.25

[40.32]

7.39

[47.68]

4

x 6

[100 x 150 ]

8.74

[56.39]

10.33

[66.65]

10.32

[66.58]

12.73

[82.13]

6

x 8

[150 x 200 ]

19.56

[126.19]

22.22

[143.35]

22.15

[142.90]

28.89

[186.39]

8

x 10

[200 x 250 ]

36.40

[234.84]

39.57

[255.29]

50.00

[322.58]

10

x 12

[250 x 300 ]

51.00

[329.03]

56.50

[364.52]

78.85

[508.71]

12

x 16

[300 x 400 ]

84.00

[541.93]

89.87

[579.81]

113.00

[729.03]

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Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Model Selection

Type 93

Main Valve Size

Valve Body

Minimum 1

Sponge Seat 4

Maximum 1

Inlet x Outlet

Orifice Area

Material 2,3

Set Pressure

O-ring Seat

Set Pressure

in [mm]

in 2 [cm 2 ]

in wc

[mbarg]

psig

[mbarg]

psig

[barg]

 

AL

2

[5.0]

2.5

[170]

50.0

[3.45]

2

x 3 [50 x 80]

2.29 [14.77]

CS

2

[5.0]

2.5

[170]

50.0

[3.45]

 

SS

2

[5.0]

2.5

[170]

50.0

[3.45]

 

AL

2

[5.0]

1.5

[103]

50.0

[3.45]

3

x 4 [80 x 100]

5.16 [33.29]

CS

2

[5.0]

1.5

[103]

50.0

[3.45]

 

SS

2

[5.0]

1.5

[103]

50.0

[3.45]

 

AL

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

4

x 6 [100 x 150]

8.74 [56.39]

CS

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

 

SS

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

 

AL

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

6

x 8 [150 x 200 ]

19.56 [126.19]

CS

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

 

SS

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

 

AL

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

8 x 10 [200 x 250]

36.40 [234.84]

CS

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

 

SS

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

 

AL

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

30.0

[2.07]

10

x 12 [250 x 300]

51.00 [329.03]

CS

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

30.0

[2.07]

 

SS

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

30.0

[2.07]

 

AL

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

30.0

[2.07]

12

x 16 [300 x 400]

84.00 [541.93]

CS

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

30.0

[2.07]

 

SS

2

[5.0]

1.0

[69]

30.0

[2.07]

Notes

1. Listed minimum and maximum set pressure may not be available for some material and service temperature combinations. Minimum set pressure with accessories is 5 inches wc [12.4 mbarg] or minimum stated above, whichever is greater. Consult with sales office for verification.

2. Refer to material sections of this catalog for balance of standard materials for the valve model shown.

3. Standard Aluminum valves are manufac- tured with flat faced flange finish in accordance with commercial practice. The flanges are designated as Class 150 FF, with drilling equal to ANSI Class 150. Standard CS and SS valves are manufac- tured with ANSI Class 150 RF (spiral serrated, raised face, unless otherwise spec- ified). Special facings, drilling and surface finishes are available upon request.

4. At this pressure and below, a sponge- design seat is utilized in the main valve. Above this pressure, an O-ring design seat is utilized.

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Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Model Selection

Types 91 and 94

Main Valve Size

Valve Body

Minimum 1

Maximum 1

Inlet x Outlet

Orifice Area

Material 2,3

Set Pressure

Set Pressure

in [mm]

in 2 [cm 2 ]

psig [mbarg]

psig

[barg]

2

x 3

2.92

AL

1.50

[103]

50.0

[3.45]

[50 x 80]

[18.84]

SS

1.50

[103]

50.0

[3.45]

3

x 4

6.24

AL

1.00

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

[80 x 100]

[40.26]

SS

1.00

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

4

x 6

10.33

AL

1.00

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

[100 x 150]

[66.65]

SS

1.00

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

6

x 8

22.22

AL

1.00

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

[150 x 200]

[143.35]

SS

1.00

[69]

50.0

[3.45]

8

x 10

39.57

AL

0.75

[52]

50.0

[3.45]

[200 x 250]

[255.29]

SS

0.75

[52]

50.0

[3.45]

10

x 12

56.50

AL

0.75

[52]

50.0

[3.45]

[250 x 300]

[364.52]

SS

0.75

[52]

50.0

[3.45]

12

x 16

89.87

AL

0.50

[34]

50.0

[3.45]

[300 x 400]

[579.81]

SS

0.50

[34]

50.0

[3.45]

Notes

1. Listed minimum and maximum set pressure may not be available for some material and service temperature combinations. Consult with sales office for verification.

2. Refer to material sections of this catalog for balance of standard materials for the valve model shown.

3. Standard Aluminum valves are manufac- tured with flat faced flange finish in accordance with commercial practice. The flanges are designated as Class 150 FF, with drilling equal to ANSI Class 150. Standard SS valves are manufactured with ANSI Class 150 RF (spiral serrated, raised face, unless otherwise specified). Special facings, drilling and surface finishes are available upon request.

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Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Model Selection

Type 95

Main Valve Size

Valve

Minimum

Maximum

Inlet x Outlet

Orifice Area

Body

Set Pressure

Set Pressure

in [mm]

in 2 [cm 2 ]

Material 1,2

psig

[barg]

psig

[barg]

2

x 3

2.93

SS

10.00

[0.690]

150

[10.3]

[50 x

80]

[18.90]

3

x 4

6.25

[80 x 100]

[40.32]

SS

5.00

[0.345]

150

[10.3]

4

x 6

10.32

SS

5.00

[0.345]

150

[10.3]

[100 x

150]

[66.58]

6

x 8

22.15

[150 x 200]

[142.90 ]

SS

5.00

[0.345]

150

[10.3]

Notes

1. Refer to material sections of this catalog for balance of standard materials for the valve model shown.

2. SS valves are standard with ANSI Class 150 RF (spiral serrated, raised face, unless oth- erwise specified). Special facings, drilling and surface finishes are available upon request.

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Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Model Selection

Type 9200, Pressure Only - Pilot Operated (single chamber)

Main Valve Size

Valve Trim

Minimum 1

Maximum 1

Inlet

Orifice Area

Material 2,3

Set Pressure

Set Pressure

in [mm]

in 2 [cm 2 ]

in wc

[mbarg]

psig

[barg]

2

Vent

3.35

AL

6

[14.9]

5

[0.35]

[50]

[21.61]

SS

6

[14.9]

5

[0.35]

3

Vent

7.39

AL

4

[10.0]

5

[0.35]

[80]

[47.68]

SS

4

[10.0]

5

[0.35]

4

Vent

12.73

AL

3

[7.5]

5

[0.35]

[100]

[82.13]

SS

5

[12.4]

5

[0.35]

6

Vent

28.89

AL

3

[7.5]

5

[0.35]

[150]

[186.39]

SS

5

[12.4]

5

[0.35]

8

Vent

50.00

AL

4

[10.0]

5

[0.35]

[200]

[322.58]

SS

7

[17.4]

5

[0.35]

10

Vent

78.85

AL

4

[10.0]

5

[0.35]

[250]

[508.71]

SS

6

[14.9]

2

[0.14]

12

Vent

113.00

AL

4

[10.0]

5

[0.35]

[300]

[729.03]

SS

10

[24.9]

2

[0.14]

Notes

1. Listed minimum and maximum set pressure may not be available for some material and service temperature combinations. Minimum set pressure with accessories is 5 inches wc [12.4 mbarg] or minimum stated above, whichever is greater. Consult with sales of- fice for verification.

2. Refer to material sections of this catalog for balance of standard materials for the valve model shown.

3. All standard Type 9200 valves are manufac- tured with ANSI Class 150 RF inlet flanges (smooth, raised face, unless otherwise spec- ified). Special facings, drilling and surface finishes are available upon request.

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Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Model Selection

Type 9300, Pressure Only - Pilot Operated (single chamber)

Main Valve Size

Valve Trim

Minimum 1

Maximum 1

Inlet x Outlet

Orifice Area Material 2,3,6

Set Pressure

Set Pressure

in [mm]

in 2 [cm 2 ]

in wc

[mbarg]

psig

[barg]

2

x 3

3.35

AL

6

[14.9]

5

[0.35]

[50 x 80]

[21.61]

SS

6

[14.9]

5

[0.35]

 

SS

19

[47.3]

50

[3.45]

3

x 4

7.39

AL

4

[10.0]

5

[0.35]

[80 x 100]

[47.68]

SS

4

[10.0]

5

[0.35]

 

SS

11

[27.4]

50

[3.45]

4

x 6

12.73

AL

3

[7.5]

5

[0.35]

[100 x 150]

[82.13]

SS

5

[12.4]

5

[0.35]

 

SS

8

[19.9]

44 4

[3.03]

6

x 8

28.89

AL

3

[7.5]

5

[0.35]

[150 x 200]

[186.39]

SS

5

[12.4]

5

[0.35]

 

SS

6

[14.9]

25 4

[1.72]

 

AL

4

[10.0]

5

[0.35]

8

x 10

[200 x 250]

50.00

[322.58]

SS

7

[17.4]

5

[0.35]

 

SS

10

[24.9]

23 4

[1.59]

10

x 12

78.85

AL

4

[10.0]

5

[0.35]

[250 x 300]

[508.71]

SS

6

[14.9]

2

[0.14]

 

SS

11

[27.4]

14 5

[0.97]

12

x 16

113.00

AL

4

[10.0]

5

[0.35]

[300 x 400]

[729.03]

SS

10

[24.9]

2

[0.14]

 

SS

17

[42.3]

14 5

[0.97]

Notes

1. Listed minimum and maximum set pressure may not be available for some material and service temperature combinations. Minimum set pressure with accessories is 5 inches wc [12.4 mbarg] or minimum stated above, whichever is greater. Consult with sales of- fice for verification.

2. Refer to material sections of this catalog for balance of standard materials for the valve model shown.

3. Standard Aluminum valves are manufac- tured with flat faced outlet flange finish in accordance with commercial practice. The flanges are designated as Class 150 FF, with drilling equal to ANSI Class 150. Standard CS and SS valves are manufactured with ANSI Class 150 RF (smooth, raised face, unless otherwise specified). Special facings, drilling and surface finishes are available upon request. All inlet flanges must be raised face.

4. 50 psig [3.45 barg] with SS cap.

5. 30 psig [2.07 barg] with SS cap.

6. Valve body available in AL, CS or SS.

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Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Model Selection

Type 9200, Vacuum Only - Pilot Operated 5 (single chamber)

Main Valve Size

Valve Trim

Minimum 1,4

Maximum 1

Inlet

Orifice Area

Material 2,3

Set Vacuum

Set Vacuum

in [mm]

in 2 [cm 2 ]

in wc

[mbarg]

psig

[barg]

2

Vent

3.35

AL

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

[50]

[21.61]

SS

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

3

Vent

7.39

AL

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

[80]

[47.68]

SS

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

4

Vent

12.73

AL

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

[100]

[82.13]

SS

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

6

Vent

28.89

AL

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

[150]

[186.39]

SS

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

8

Vent

50.00

AL

-4

[-10.0]

-5

[-0.35]

[200]

[322.58]

SS

-4

[-10.0]

-5

[-0.35]

10

Vent

78.85

AL

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

[250]

[508.71]

SS

-2

[-5.0]

-2

[-0.14]

12

Vent

113.00

AL

-3

[-7.6]

-5

[-0.35]

[300]

[729.03]

SS

-5

[-12.7]

-2

[-0.14]

Notes

1. Listed minimum and maximum set pressure may not be available for some material and service temperature combinations.

2. Refer to material sections of this catalog for balance of standard materials for the valve model shown.

3. All standard Type 9200 valves are manufac- tured with ANSI Class 150 RF (smooth, raised face, unless otherwise specified). Special facings, drilling and surface finishes are available upon request.

4. Weight loaded vacuum openings are avail- able from -1 oz [-4.3 mbarg] full open. Dual chambers may be required.

5. Valve will open on positive pressure unless equipped with positive pressure block ac- cessory. Minimum vacuum set with this accessory is limited to -5wc [-12.4 mbarg]. Positive pressure is limited. Please consult factory.

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Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Model Selection

Type 9300, Vacuum Only - Pilot Operated 6 (single chamber)

Main Valve Size

Valve Trim

Minimum 1,5

Maximum 1

Inlet x Outlet

Orifice Area

Material 2,3,4

Set Vacuum

Set Vacuum

in [mm]

in 2 [cm 2 ]

in wc

[mbarg]

psig

[barg]

2

x 3

3.35

AL

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

[50 x 80]

[21.61]

SS

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

3

x 4

7.39

AL

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

[80 x 100]

[47.68]

SS

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

4

x 6

12.73

AL

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

[100 x 150]

[82.13]

SS

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

6

x 8

28.89

AL

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

[150 x 200]

[186.39]

SS

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

8

x 10

50.00

AL

-4

[-10.0]

-5

[-0.35]

[200 x 250]

[322.58]

SS

-4

[-10.0]

-5

[-0.35]

10

x 12

78.85

AL

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

[250 x 300]

[508.71]

SS

-2

[-5.0]

-5

[-0.35]

12

x 16

113.00

AL

-3

[-7.6]

-5

[-0.35]

[300 x 400]

[729.03]

SS

-5

[-12.7]

-5

[-0.35]

Notes

1. Listed minimum and maximum set pressure may not be available for some material and service temperature combinations.

2. Refer to material sections of this catalog for balance of standard materials for the valve model shown.

3. Standard Aluminum valves are manufac- tured with flat faced outlet flange finish in accordance with commercial practice. The flanges are designated as Class 150 FF, with drilling equal to ANSI Class 150. Standard CS and SS valves are manufactured with ANSI Class 150 RF (smooth, raised face, unless otherwise specified). Special facings, drilling and surface finishes are available upon request. All inlet flanges must be raised face.

4. Valve body available in AL, CS or SS.

5. Weight loaded vacuum openings are avail- able from -1 oz [-4.3 mbarg] full open. Dual chambers may be required.

6. Valve will open on positive pressure unless equipped with positive pressure block acces- sory. Minimum vacuum set with this accessory is limited to -5wc [-12.4 mbarg]. Positive pressure is limited. Please consult factory.

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Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Model Selection

Type 9200, Pressure Pilot Weight Loaded Vacuum Combination 4

(dual chamber)

Main Valve Size

Valve

Pressure 1

Inlet

Orifice Area

Trim Material 2,3

Pilot Range

in [mm]

in 2 [cm 2 ]

2

3.35

6wc to 5 psig [14.9 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[50]

[21.61]

AL

2

3.36

SS

6wc to 5 psig

[50]

[21.68]

[14.9 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

3

7.39

4wc to 5 psig [10 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[80]

[47.68]

AL

3

7.39

SS

4wc to 5 psig

[80]

[47.68]

[10 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

4

12.73

3wc to 5 psig [7.5 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[100]

[82.13]

AL

4

12.73

SS

5wc to 5 psig

[100]

[82.13]

[12.4 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

6

28.89

3wc to 5 psig [7.5 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[150]

[186.39]

AL

6

28.89

SS

5wc to 5 psig

[150]

[186.39]

[12.4 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

8

50.00

4wc to 5 psig [10 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[200]

[322.58]

AL

8

50.00

SS

7wc to 5 psig

[200]

[322.58]

[17.4 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

10

78.85

4wc to 5 psig [10 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[250]

[508.71]

AL

10

78.85

SS

6wc to 2 psig

[250]

[508.71]

[14.9 mbarg to 0.14 barg]

12

113.00

4wc to 5 psig [10 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[300]

[729.03]

AL

12

113.00

SS

10wc to 2 psig

[300]

[729.03]

[24.9 mbarg to 0.14 barg]

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Notes

1. Listed minimum and maximum set pressure may not be available for some material and service temperature combinations. Consult with sales office for verification.

2. Refer to material sections of this catalog for balance of standard materials for the valve model shown.

3. Aluminum and SS valves are manufactured with raised faced inlet flange finish in accor- dance with commercial practice. The flanges are designated as Class 150 RF.

4. With dual diaphragm chambers, valve reach- es rated capacity at -1 oz [-4.3 mbarg]. Note that 2-inch valve only requires single diaphragm chamber. Pilot operated control of vacuum setting is available. Please consult factory.

Anderson Greenwood Low Pressure POPRV Catalog

Series 90 and 9000 Pilot Operated Pressure Relief Valves

Notes

1. Listed minimum and maximum set pressure may not be available for some material and service temperature combinations. Consult with sales office for verification.

2. Refer to material sections of this catalog for balance of standard materials for the valve model shown.

3. Standard Aluminum valves are manufac- tured with flat faced outlet flange finish in accordance with commercial practice. The flanges are designated as Class 150 FF, with drilling equal to ANSI Class 150. Standard CS and SS valves are manufac- tured with ANSI Class 150 RF (smooth, raised face, unless otherwise specified). Special facings, drilling and surface finishes are available upon request.

4. 50 psig [3.45 barg] with SS cap.

5. 30 psig [2.07 barg] with SS cap.

6. Valve body available in AL, CS or SS.

7. With dual diaphragm chambers, valve reaches rated capacity at -1 oz [-4.3 mbarg]. Note that 2-inch valve only requires single diaphragm chamber. Pilot operated control of vacuum setting is available. Please consult factory.

Model Selection

Type 9300, Pressure Pilot Weight Loaded Vacuum Combination 7

(dual chamber)

Main Valve Size

Valve Internals

Pressure 1

Inlet

Orifice Area

Material 2,3,6

Pilot Range

in [mm]

in 2 [cm 2 ]

2

x 3

3.35

6wc to 5 psig [14.9 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[50 x 80]

[21.61]

AL

 

3.36

6wc to 5 psig

2

x 3

[21.68]

SS

[14.9 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[50 x 80]

3.36

20wc to 50 psig

[21.68]

[48.8 mbarg to 3.45 barg]

3

x 4

7.39

4wc to 5 psig [10 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[80 x 100]

[47.68]

AL

 

7.39

4wc to 5 psig

3

x 4

[47.68]

SS

[10 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[80 x 100]

7.39

12wc to 50 psig

[47.68]

[29.9 mbarg to 3.45 barg]

4

x 6

12.73

3wc to 5 psig [7.5 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[100 x 150]

[82.13]

AL

 

12.73

5wc to 5 psig

4

x 6

[82.13]

SS

[12.4 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[100 x 150]

12.73

9wc to 44 psig 4

[82.13]

[22.4 mbarg to 3.03 barg]

6

x 8

28.89

3wc to 5 psig [7.5 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[150 x 200]

[186.39]

AL

 

28.89

5wc to 5 psig

6

x 8

[186.39]

SS

[12.4 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[150 x 200]

28.89

7wc to 25 psig 4

[186.39]

[17.4 mbarg to 1.72 barg]

8

x 10

50.00

4wc to 5 psig [10 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[200 x 250]

[322.58]

AL

 

50.00

7wc to 5 psig

8

x 10

[322.58]

SS

[17.4 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[200 x 250]

50.00

11wc to 23 psig 4

[322.58]

[27.4 mbarg to 1.59 barg]

10

x 12

78.85

4wc to 5 psig [10 mbarg to 0.35 barg]

[250 x 300]

[508.71]

AL

 

78.85

6wc to 2 psig