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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Control Valve Erosion

Control Valve Erosion: Why it happens and what to do about it

High Pressure Control Valves are some of the most versatile valves on the market. They can be used in numerous applications to provide control of oil and gas production processes, including in pressure reducing, back pressure, and dump valve applications. In this video, Mark examines two valves that have experienced significant damage during operation. He explains what happened
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How to select an actuator

How to Select a Valve Actuator

A valve actuator is the component that “actuates,” or moves, a valve open or closed.   In this video, we show you two different types—pneumatic and electric—and explain what factors you should consider when selecting an actuator.   Pneumatic Valve Actuator One of the most common actuators is a pneumatic actuator, like the one on the Kimray High Pressure
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High Pressure Control Valve being used as a part of a package

What is a High Pressure Valve?

A high pressure valve is a valve that can operate in pressures above 500 PSI. What’s Considered High Pressure? The design of a high pressure valve allows it to operate at a maximum working pressure of 500 PSI or more without damaging the valve body. How is a High Pressure Valve Powered? One of the
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Air-Con Actuator

Vapor Recovery Tower: How One Producer Used Automation to Achieve Control of a VRT

Background A customer had a new well in the SCOOP, and they were looking for help with their Vapor Recovery Tower. Challenge A Vapor Recovery Tower—often abbreviated “VRT”—is a vertical pressure vessel designed to capture the vapor off of oil. Producers typically install vapor recovery towers between production separators and liquid storage tanks. A VRT
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