What Is a Balancing Valve?

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A balancing valve is a valve whose surfaces are arranged in such a way that the fluid pressures that tend to seat and unseat the valve are almost in equilibrium. This is common in a puppet valve that is made to work easily by the admission of steam to both sides.
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( ′bal·ənst ′valv ) (engineering) A valve having equal fluid pressure in both the opening and closing directions.
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