breather-pressurization valve

An aneroid-operated valve in the overboard vent line of the engine lubrication system of some gas turbine engines. The valve is open at sea level but closes as the aircraft climbs and maintains sea level pressure inside the vent system.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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