Water Control Solutions


Emergency Valves for Pressure Control Systems in High Rise Buildings

Rami Levkovich
Rami Levkovich
04 Oct 2020
Last updated: 10 Dec 2020

Pressure reducing valves (PRVs) are used in high-rise buildings to maintain constant outlet pressure at all times. These PRVs often operate in tough conditions that can cause them to fail and stop protecting against high pressure conditions, which in turn can result in severe flooding, damage to pipes and fixtures, mold and other health hazards.

In order to protect downstream piping from these potentially dangerous overpressure conditions, pressure safety solutions should be implemented in PRV stations. In our next webinar, we’ll be reviewing the different safety solutions for buildings, explaining the principles behind safety solution pressure zone design, and giving examples of installations.Emergency Valves for Pressure Control Systems in High Rise Buildings

Topics: Building & Construction, BERMAD webinar

Rami Levkovich

Written by Rami Levkovich

Rami Levkovich is Chief Application Engineer and Product Manager at BERMAD with extensive knowledge and experience in planning, designing and implementing efficient water control solutions for the Buildings & Construction industry.

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