Pressure Relief Valve: 4350 psi (300 bar)
A Pressure Relief Valve (also known as a Safety Valve, Overpressure Relief Valve, or simply a Relief Valve) limits the amount of pressure in a compressed gas system. Without such a valve in place, pressure could build up beyond what the system is designed for and cause equipment failure. The Pressure Relief Valve opens at a designed “set pressure” to protect the system against failure from being overpressurized. This valve has a designed set pressure of 4350 psi (300 bar).