In a normal system, a normal equalizing tank is usually enough to regulate rising pressure levels. Even the products built into a system are pressure-tested to at least 2 bar. But for users who really have a lot of components built into their loop, very high pressure levels can build up due to the extreme temperature difference between resting and operating. For some components, this makes it advisable to release the pressure with a pressure valve!
This pressure valve can be easily screwed into a t-piece, for example, and can thereby be mounted at any part of a loop. Some equalizing tanks have several openings that are generally plugged with sealing caps, which can be used to mount a pressure valve. The G1/4” thread connection is also very short, only 4mm, and fits many other mounting spots in your water cooling system. The slight total height of the valve, only 16mm without screw thread, also gives you many installation options. The seal on its underside offers extra security in keeping your system leak-free. The valve can release excess pressure of 0.3-0.4kg/cm2 or 4.3-5.7psi.