Mercer 9500 Series Safety Relief Valves are an industrial service valve that sets higher standards for the safety relief valve industry.
9500 Series Snap Pilot
9500 Series Modulating
Orifice Sizes: D to T
Available in flanged inlet sizes from 1" through 8"
Full Bores Option: 1-1/2" to 8"
Mediums: Air and gas
Applications for Mercer - 9500 Series Safety Relief Valves:
Ideal for protecting air and gas pipelines, compressors and vessels.
Features of Mercer - 9500 Series Safety Relief Valves:
Designed with Auto Seat Technology®.
Consistent Set Pressures allowing repeatable uses without repair or resetting.
Open, Close, Seat, and Seal™.
Low rated and fully guided springs allow for more consistent set pressures.
Built in accordance with the requirements of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII
Non-rising stems allowing valves to be installed in small areas.
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Pressure and Safety Systems | Pressure Relief Valves & Pressure Devices
Pressure and Safety System is a Australian importer, stockist and distributor, service and repair agent for several world renowned manufacturers of Safety and Relief Valves, Liquid Level Gauges and Rupture Discs and Explosion Panels from the USA, UK and Europe.
Pressure and Safety Systems has supplied quality products to general industry as well as the oil and off shore gas rigs, food and pharmaceutical manufacturers, the power industry and construction since the 1960's, and most recently has become a leader in the supply of safety and relief valves to the coal seam methane gas industry.
Backed by the extensive experience of their international suppliers and with access to sophisticated computer sizing programs clients are assured of receiving expert advice as to the most suitable product to meet their specific requirements.
Pressure and Safety Systems carries a wide range of items in stock and has a full mechanical workshop to carry out repairs and maintenance work. All valves are set to their designated "blow-off" set pressure on a specially built test rig and certification is completed in house.