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This article will describe how to properly service and maintain the CSA FOX RFP air release valve in irrigation applications
Air release valves play an integral role in water transfer by ensuring that the pipe is charged with water and that all air is evacuated efficiently.
In order for CSA air valves to remain in good condition, it’s critical that the valves are not isolated from the pipeline, so that valve performance is not impacted.
Over time, any object or large particles floating in the water pipeline can enter the air release valve, leaving the valve prone to leakage.
Prior to any isolation or operation of the air release valves, it’s important to understand the normal operation and mechanics of the valve.
In many instances during a pipe filling or a pump station startup, there can sometimes be a
small discharge of water until the float seals correctly. This is quite normal and should not be considered a fault
To understand this operation and how it works, watch the valve in action:
To ensure the FOX-RFP air release valve is maintained in good condition, we recommend a regular servicing and clean using the following procedure:
Watch a step-by-step demonstration of Colin Kirkland performing the servicing of the CSA Fox RFP air valve:
Here at Bermad, we’re committed to providing the information you need for products, technology, and operating systems. That’s why we’re committed to ensuring that users of the CSA air-valves have the best information on the functions of all our products.
If you have any further questions or require the operation manual or datasheets, you can: