Cash Valve (Tyco)
Cash Valve (Tyco) offers pressure regulating valves in the following configurations: high capacity pressure regulating, pilot operating pressure reducing, ammonia, heavy oil, pressure build/reducing, mobile homes, etc. B Pressure regulating valves range in size from 1/4" to 2", they have BSPP/NPT threading, pressures up to 400 PSI, and temperatures up to 350°F. These valves have threaded connections, and are constructed from Teflon, bronze, and iron materials.
Tyco makes the cash valve D-53 two position control valve, in sizes from 1/2" to 2" threaded connection, with a top connection of 1/8" for 1/2" and 3/4" body sizes and 1/4" top connection for other sizes. These control valves operate at a max temperature of 180F, with a max body pressure of 250psig, and a diaphragm pressure of 300psig, for use as air compressor dump valves, explosive atmosphere valves, water-cooled air compressors, and more.Website
Tyco Valves & Controls - Cash Valve manufactures a line of cryogenic valves and controls used for oxygen, acetylene, nitrogen, hydrogen, argon, helium, and carbon dioxide services. Cryogenic valve and control products include: pressure reducing valves, pressure build-up regulators, back pressure valves, economizer valves, combination valves, low temperature cut-off valves, safety relief valves, shut-off valves, final line regulators, and high purity valves.
Cash Valve (Tyco) offers a variety of pressure regulating valves. Valves have the following applications: ammonia service, heavy oil, mobile homes, non-corrosive fluids, light oil, air, water, carbon dioxide, plastic molding, sterilizers, degreasers, etc. Valves range in size from 1/4" to 6", they can handle temperatures up to 800°F, and pressures up to 720 PSI. Valves are constructed from brass, bronze, stainless steel, Monel, Buna-N, and Teflon materials.
Cash Valve (Tyco) manufactures pressure regulating and back pressure valves for steam, air/gas, liquid, and cryogenic applications. These valves come in the following configurations: high capacity, high pressure, pilot-operated pressure reducing, ammonia, heavy oil, mobile homes, water, air, and light oil.Website