Electric Pilot

Electric Valve Controller: An Easy First Step into Oil and Gas Automation

You may be at an early stage in your oil and gas automation journey. You know exactly how to use conventional controllers, and you’re comfortable with them.   But you’ve also heard about the advantages of being able to see your site conditions from one central place without driving your route. Sounds interesting, but you’re not
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Control Valves for Two-Phase Separation

Control Valves for Two-Phase Separation

Producers use two-phase separators to separate produced fluid from produced gas. Some of these separation vessels are made with 1″ connections for the controller. Kimray offers three solutions for controlling the separation in these vessels. Pneumatic Level Switch with External Float Cage  A Pneumatic Level Switch is a good option for two-phase separation, because it’s not
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Como Instalar el Piloto Electrico Kimray con un Actuador Electrico R2L y Valvcon

Cómo Instalar el Piloto Eléctrico Kimray con un Actuador Eléctrico R2L y Valvcon

En el video de arriba, nuestro gerente de productos eléctricos, Alex, nos mostrará cómo instalar un piloto eléctrico con un actuador eléctrico Valvcon en una válvula de control de alta presión Kimray de 2 pulgadas. Para este proceso de configuración, el actuador Valvcon tendrá que ser calibrado. Si necesita ayuda, vea nuestro video “Cómo instalar
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Three Quick Tips for Operating the Electric Pilot

The Kimray Electric Pilot is a stand-alone electric controller that controls pressure, flow, temperature, or level. This valve pilot features an interactive screen. It allows you to control your process conditions without the use of a Remote Terminal Unit (RTU), Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), or any other computing hardware. In this video, Kimray’s Electric Product Manager Alex
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Well Site in the Appalachian Basin

Marcellus and Utica Shale: 3 Popular Kimray Products in Appalachian Basin

The Marcellus and Utica Shale formations stretch Southwest from Lower New York through Pennsylvania, Ohio, and into West Virginia. This region, known as the Appalachian Basin, is known for its large amounts of natural gas. In July 2018, it accounted for 29% of all U.S. gas production. Top Producers in the Marcellus and Utica Southwest
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