Before you buy a valve manifold box, make sure to analyze your processes and usage needs. These boxes have different capabilities and capacities. If you don't make the right choice, then the box might not work as you expected.
So, before you make your final decision, ask the following questions.
1. Are Your Materials Compatible?
Don't assume that every valve manifold box can handle all gases and liquids. While most boxes can deal with standard substances, they might not be able to cope with more unusual ones.
For example, if you need to run a hazardous gas through the box, then you should look at products with extra safety measures such as toxic monitors or leak alarms. You also might need a box with parts made from materials that won't get damaged by exposure to your fluids or gases. For example, if you'll run something through the box that has a high temperature, then you need heat-resistant parts.
2. What Are Your Flow Rate Needs?
The gases or liquids that move through your valve manifold box are likely to have different flow rate specifications. You will want to know your main source flow rate and your downstream distribution flow rates.
A suitable valve manifold box can manage the incoming flow rate of your gas or liquid. It can also distribute these contents to your other processes or machines at the right delivery rates. You will want to ensure that a box can match all your needs here otherwise your system won't work.
3. How Much Pressure Do You Need?
Valve manifold boxes also have set pressure rates. Again, these rates might vary during the course of the incoming and outgoing distribution processes.
For example, you might need to feed gas into the system at a relatively low rate of pressure at the start. However, you might need to distribute it to other processes at higher or lower pressure rates once it comes into the system.
So, it's important to find a box with the right pressure ranges. The box should also be able to cope with all your distributive pressure needs at once without becoming stressed or losing pressure.
4. Do You Need Venting?
If you will run hazardous or toxic substances through your system, then you might need a box with vents. You might need to get any harmful emissions out of your building to keep things safe.
In some cases, valve manifold boxes come with their own exhaust venting systems. In others, you can hook a box up to an existing exhaust system.
In many cases, you can buy a pre-assembled manifold box. However, in some circumstances, you might need to order a custom design. To find out more, contact a valve manifold box manufacturer.Share
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