A Full Service Valve Partner
As your full-service partner, you can count on Dante Valve to maintain your existing relief valves.
With setting and testing services that conform with stringent ASME and military specifications, we are equipped to verify performance, accuracy and reliability throughout the life of your valve. This certification testing provides an extra layer of safety and ensures added confidence and peace of mind.
From Coast to Coast
No matter where you’re located, our state-of-the-art testing facilities in Bellflower, CA and Norfolk, VA can support functional testing on all types and sizes of pressure relief valves. Our engineers will be happy to review your testing requirements and ensure product safety and reliability.
Valve Testing for Any Industry
No matter the application, age, material or manufacturer, we know valves inside and out with capabilities to service:
Air service relief valves
– in accordance with ASME Section VIII, MIL-V-22549, MIL-V-20065C and ASTM F1508. Sizes 1/4″ – 8″, Pressures 3 PSIG – 6000 PSIG
Hydraulic oil relief valves
– in accordance with MIL-V-20065C. Sizes 1/4″ – 8″, Pressures 3 PSIG – 10000 PSIG
Liquid service relief valves
in accordance with ASME Section VIII, MIL-V-24332, MIL-V-20065C and ASTM F1508. Sizes 1/4″ – 8″, Pressures 3 PSIG – 1500 PSIG
Steam service relief valves
– in accordance with ASME Section I and Section VIII, ASTM F 1508 and MIL-V-20065, Revisions C & D. Sizes 1/4″ – 8″, Pressures 3 PSIG – 2000 PSIG
Valve Testing and Fitting FAQs
How often should an in-service relief valve be re-certified?
This is one of the most frequently asked questions in our industry. There is not a “one size fits all” answer to this question. Valve testing varies by application, use, and service environment. Our minimum recommendations for testing your relief valves for continued reliability are as follows:
- Steam Service: Annually
- Liquid Service: Annually
- Air/Gas: Biannually
Keep in mind, a valve installed in a harsh environment should be tested more frequently than a valve in a controlled environment. Testing history can also play a major role in determining the best schedule. Not sure how often your valves should be tested? The engineers at Dante Valve can help determine your valve’s specific testing and re-certification needs.