Free Water Knockout

How to Operate a Pressure Pilot

Uses of a Pressure Pilot A pressure pilot is used to monitor and control upstream or downstream pressure between 75 and 2500 psi. It does this by pneumatically positioning a control valve to achieve your desired set point. How a Pressure Pilot Works The Kimray PG Pressure Pilot is capable of acting in a direct
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Drawings of three valve trims: snap, nominal, and percentage.

The 3 Types of Control Valve Trim

What is Control Valve Trim? High Pressure Control Valve trim consists of three basic items: the stem, ball, and seat. These are the operative parts that control the flow of liquid and gas through a valve. They are also the parts most exposed to process elements, and therefore most vulnerable to wear. What Types of
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How to Operate Liquid Level Control with a Kimray Gen II

A liquid level controller works in conjunction with a control valve to provide level control for oil and gas production operations. Applications for the Liquid Level Controller A liquid level controller is typically used on horizontal and vertical separators, glycol dehydration systems, and free water knockouts. How the Liquid Level Controller Works Kimray’s pneumatic Gen
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