postheadericon Anti-Cavitation Check Valve

Whenever the downstream pressure of a valve falls below the vapor pressure of the liquid being controlled at the conditions of “flow (pressure) and temperature” then FLASING occurs, liquid vaporizes. Cavitation occurs when liquid goes “below” the vapor pressure level and then recover to a pressure higher than the vapor pressure level and thus returns to liquid suddenly. Anti-cavitation Check Valve monitors pressure at the low state and regulates at either the high state point or at the inlet to balance pressure levels. See Bermad 700 – C2 Anti-Cavitation Valve to understand how Bermad has solved this issue for Mining and Waterworks with high demand and chemical control in a more efficient design.