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PBP Series Back-Pressure Pilots

PBP Pilot

The PBP-Back Pressure Pilot, used with the HD regulator, maintains upstream pressure in steam systems. These regulators are commonly used to supply flash steam to low pressure mains

Features
  • The PBP-Pilot can maintain upstream pressure to ±1 PSIG
  • Choices of three overlapping pressure ranges
  • Pilot is easily installed using four bolts. No tubing connection required
  • Full port strainer and blowdown valve on pilot adapter for protection of pilot from dirt and scale
  • Solid floating (no penetration hole) pilot diaphragm resists failure
  • Watson McDaniel's pilots can be used with other manufacturers’ regulators


Back Pressure

The PBP Back-Pressure Pilots are used with HD Regulators to maintain upstream pressures in steam systems. When the ups tream pressure reaches the pilot set point , the regulator opens. The HD Regulator with a PBP Back-Pressure Pilot is commonly used to supply steam to low-pressure mains. The PBP Back-Pressure Pilot maintains a constant back-pressure on the inlet side of the regulator. Should not be used in place of a safety relief valve.



How PBP Back Pressure Pilots Work

Back Pressure

The PBP Back-Pressure Pilots are used with HD Regulators to maintain upstream pressures in steam systems. When the ups tream pressure reaches the pilot set point , the regulator opens. The HD Regulator with a PBP  Back-Pressure Pilot is commonly used to supply steam to low-pressure  mains. The PBP Back-Pressure Pilot maintains a constant back-pressure on  the inlet side of the regulator. Should not be used in place of a safety relief valve.
Back Pressure

The PBP Back-Pressure Pilots are used with HD Regulators to maintain upstream pressures in steam systems. When the ups tream pressure reaches the pilot set point , the regulator opens. The HD Regulator with a PBP  Back-Pressure Pilot is commonly used to supply steam to low-pressure  mains. The PBP Back-Pressure Pilot maintains a constant back-pressure on  the inlet side of the regulator. Should not be used in place of a safety relief valve.

PBP Pilot Features

The Back-Pressure Pilot used with the HD regulator, maintains upstream pressure in steam systems. These regulators are commonly used to supply flash steam to low pressure mains.

ModelReduced Pressure Range (psig)Spring ColorWeight (lbs)
PBP-Y10 - 25Yellow10
PBP-B20 - 100Blue10
PBP-R80 - 200Red10
PBP5-Y1 - 10Yellow25
PBP5-Y1 - 10Yellow25
Product Overview
The PBP-Back Pressure Pilot, used with the HD regulator, maintains upstream pressure in steam systems. These regulators are commonly used to supply flash steam to low pressure mains.
Features
• The PBP-Pilot can maintain upstream pressure to ±1 PSIG
• Choices of three overlapping pressure ranges
• Pilot is easily installed using four bolts. No tubing connection required
• Full port strainer and blowdown valve on pilot adapter for protection of pilot from dirt and scale
• Solid floating (no penetration hole) pilot diaphragm resists failure
• Watson McDaniel's pilots can be used with other manufacturers’ regulators
How It Works
The PBP Back-Pressure Pilots are used with HD Regulators to maintain upstream pressures in steam systems. When the upstream pressure reaches the pilot set point , the regulator opens. The HD Regulator with a PBP Back-Pressure Pilot is commonly used to supply steam to low-pressure mains. The PBP Back-Pressure Pilot maintains a constant back-pressure on the inlet side of the regulator. Should not be used in place of a safety relief valve.
Selection / Sizing / Capacities


To select Pilots:
there are choices of three overlapping pressure ranges.




Example Model Code:
PBP-B (Back-Pressure Pilot with 20-100 PSIG Range)

Dimension and Weights

Options
• Can be used with solenoid pilot for on/off control