Valves

V-Port Ball Valve on a Metering Skid

A V-Port Ball Valve can provide control in many applications. In this piece we’ll look at its operation in holding back pressure on a gross liquid metering skid. Application: Ball Valve on a Metering Skid A Kimray customer in California had a metering skid near the their wellhead. It’s installation purpose was to test the well and
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How does a Pneumatic Actuator Work?

A pneumatic actuator sits on top of a control valve and opens and closes the valve. Oil and gas producers use actuators and control valves to control processes ranging from back pressure regulation to pressure reduction to liquid level control. How Pneumatic Actuators Works A pneumatic actuator is one component of a control valve package.
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What is a Flow Control Valve?

What is a Flow Control Valve? A flow control valve regulates the flow of liquid or gas. There are many varieties of flow control valve. In this article, we’ll explain the operation of two common types: a High Pressure Control Valve and a Liquid Dump Valve. High Pressure Control Valve A High Pressure Control Valve is a
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How to Identify the Parts of a High Pressure Control Valve Package

The Kimray High Pressure Control Valve is a versatile solution for controlling a variety of liquids and gasses. In this video, we show you how to identify the key components of a control valve package. High Pressure Control Valve The first item to identify is the control valve. We offer these valves in sizes ranging
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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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