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Golden-Anderson Patent Cushioned Controlling Altitude Valve

Issue 10 and Volume 56.

Golden-Anderson Patent Cushioned Controlling Altitude Valve A valve which is meeting with favor where conditions are such that the amount of water in a water tank is automatically regulated, especially in regions where the regulator is liable to freeze, is the Golden-Anderson Patent Cushioned Controlling Altitude valve which is designed to operate under varying pressures. If the valve is placed in a pit under the tank, or any convenient, accessible place, and protected from freezing, it insures a water supply at all times. The sectional view shows the main valve closed. The operation is as follows: With the main valve closed, if water is drawti from the tank, standpipe or reservoir, the pressure is removed from the top of the diaphragm “R,” causing the valve spindle ”K” to rise, which allows the high pressure auxiliary valve “H” to close and the exhaust valve “I” to open, permitting the water above…

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