Valves

Kimray Back Pressure Regulator, a Natural Gas Valve

What is a Natural Gas Valve?

Natural Gas Production When producers drill a well, the fluid they recover is typically a mixture of oil, water, and natural gas. In some areas, natural gas is critical to the production of oil and gas. Companies often use it as fuel gas for burners and pneumatic valves across their production sites. Some producers also
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How to Repair a Kimray Treater Valve

The Kimray Treater Valve is a weight-operated throttling valve designed to hold liquid level in production vessels such as heater treaters, free water knockouts, and saltwater disposal systems. In the video above, Product Manager Mike Fick shows you how to repair a 2” Kimray Treater Valve. You can find the step-by-step instructions below. How to
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What is a Flange Valve?

Flange Valve Connections Flange valves are straightforward and easy to install and remove from an application. A flange valve connection is secured bolts. A gasket is put between the flanges to help seal the joint. If installed correctly, flange connections create a fluid-tight seal. In this article we are going to explain flange valve connections,
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What is a Globe Valve?

Globe Valves A globe valve is one of the most common types of control valve. Oil and gas producers use globe valves to control the flow, pressure and temperature of process fluid, water, or gas. In this article we will explain the function of a globe valve. Globe valves have sphere-shaped bodies. Inside the valve, a
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Are You Using the Wrong Valve Trim?

What is Valve Trim? Valve trim consists of three basic items: the stem, ball, and seat. These are the critical parts that control the flow of liquid and gas through a valve. They are also the pieces most exposed to process elements, and therefore most vulnerable to wear. The Wrong Valve Trim A Kimray customer
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