Valves

How to Repair a Dump Valve: the Piston Balanced Throttling (PBT) Mechanical Dump Valve

  The Kimray Mechanical Dump Valve is a reliable, zero-emission valve used to dump liquid from oil and gas production vessels such as treaters, separators, and free water knockouts. In this video, we’ll show you how to repair a dump valve. These instructions apply to the 2” Piston-Balanced Throttling (PBT) Mechanical Dump Valve. Learn how to
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Experiencing Serious Valve Corrosion in Your Production? Z-PEX Coatings May Be Your Answer.

Elements like H2s and salt can cause significant corrosion issues in your oil and gas control equipment.  They can heavily damage valves in particular, and leave you constantly replacing them and considering expensive, exotic materials like hastelloy, inconel, or monel to keep your site operational.  In this video, Greg shows you a cost-effective solution that resists valve corrosion, extending the life of your
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What Causes A Frozen Valve?

What Causes a Frozen Valve?

A frozen valve can lead to significant production downtime and accompanying frustration for your oil and gas operation.  In the video above, Chase explains why valves freeze and tells you how to prevent freezing.   What Causes a Frozen Valve? The primary reason valves freeze is due to pressure drops in the gas flowing through them.
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Non-venting Pneumatic Control Valve

Non-venting Pneumatic Control Valve

The Emissions Challenge An ongoing challenge for oil and gas producers is maintaining optimal operation of their production while keeping natural gas emissions low. With states like Colorado and New Mexico moving toward more stringent emission regulations, and additional federal regulations always a possibility, producers need to start considering how to keep production moving despite emission
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How to set up and install a Tritex II Electric Actuator

How to Install and Calibrate the Tritex II Electric Actuator

The Tritex II Electric Actuator can be used to provide electric control on any open-close or modulating application.  In this video, Alex shows you how to set it up with a 4-20 mA signal for your RTU, Scada system, or the Kimray Electric Pilot.  What You’ll Need A Tritex II Electric Actuator  A laptop with Windows operating system  Communication Cable A mounting bracket
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