Mike valve uses power operation to change and adjust process indicators such as total flow rate of pipeline materials, working pressure, environmental temperature, and liquid level instrument. Mainly composed of an actual operating actuator and a regulating valve oil circuit board, it accepts relevant data signals and changes the opening size of the valve to achieve continuous adjustment of pipeline material process indicators
Generally speaking, solenoid valves for regulating valves can be paired with electric actuators or other actuators for application. In this system, electric actuators regulate the valve, which is driven by power engineering. Based on the data signals received from the control system, the valve switch size is adjusted to adjust the liquid channel area to achieve changes in operating parameters such as liquid platform flow rate, working pressure, and temperature
Pneumatic regulating valve Pneumatic regulating valve is a valve powered by compressed air, and the area of the fluid path is adjusted by the signal of the controller to change the fluid flow rate. Pneumatic regulating valves generally use pneumatic thin film actuators, so they are also known as pneumatic thin film regulating valves. Compared to electric regulating valves, pneumatic thin film regulating valves have advantages such as no need to take explosion-proof measures and have a wide range of applications.
Mike regulating valve, also known as direct acting regulating valve, directly utilizes the energy of the regulated medium to operate the regulating mechanism without any additional energy, achieving automatic control and adjusting parameters such as temperature, pressure, and flow. Regulating valves can be divided into straight stroke and angular stroke according to their stroke characteristics.