Many people are aware that pressure regulating valves operate using their own internal springs, without the need for electrical or pneumatic energy. They can add a relatively stable back pressure to the valve body, ensuring that the pressure in front of the valve remains steady at the preset value. With the rapid growth of the lithium battery industry, pressure regulating valves are finding increasing applications within this sector.
The pressure regulating valves produced by our company are primarily used in conjunction with material dosing equipment, such as dampers and metering pumps. Metering pumps are a type of high-precision dosing pump, with dosing accuracy typically controlled within 2%. Through the combined action of pressure regulating valves, pulse dampers, filters, and other accessories, precision can be maintained within 1%. This ensures the accuracy and proportionality of material dosing throughout the lithium battery production process.
Some equipment suppliers do not use metering pumps for material dosing, opting instead for other metering devices in conjunction with dosing pumps. In the initial stages of material dosing, pressure regulating valves may not be involved. However, in the later stages, in order to achieve the required total material weight, pressure regulating valves become essential to provide stable back pressure. This allows dosing pumps to accomplish high-precision dosing in the later stages, ensuring that the total material weight meets specifications.
In summary, whether using metering pumps or other pumps as material dosing equipment, a stable pressure environment is necessary to maintain dosing accuracy. Pressure regulating valves are undoubtedly a cost-effective choice in achieving this goal."