Valves

Back Pressure Regulator vs Pressure Reducing Regulator: What’s the Difference?

In oil and gas production applications, it can be hard to tell the difference between a back pressure regulator and a pressure reducing regulator. So, What’s the Difference? A Back Pressure Regulator is a type of control valve designed to hold pressure on production vessels and release pressure downstream when a set point is reached. This pressurizes the vessels
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Kimray's Midstream Products

Which Ball Valve Types are Ideal for Midstream Applications?

Kimray is now offering a full a range of midstream products, including a variety of ball valve types, actuators, and glycol pumps. Midstream Challenges Midstream oil and gas companies are responsible for getting produced energy from the field to the processing plant. To do this they have to gather, compress, process, store and transport natural gas, oil
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Product Notice | Mechanical Dump Valves & Trunnion Assemblies

Product Notice | Mechanical Dump Valves & Trunnion Assemblies

This product notice is to inform you that some mechanical dump valves and trunnion assemblies are experiencing performance issues. In our mechanical dump valves and trunnion assemblies, the angular play in the D-shaped hub/shaft connections stack up to allow excess movement. This can inhibit proper operation. We have identified 3 areas of improvement that will
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Control Valve Sizing: A Quick Guide

Control valve sizing is critical to efficiently produce oil and gas. In this video tutorial, Mike Fick explains how to use the Kimray Control Valve Sizing program to make sure you’re getting the right valve for your application. How to Size a Control Valve I start by using the gas sizing tab. The process will
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Well Site in the Appalachian Basin

Marcellus and Utica Shale: 3 Popular Kimray Products in Appalachian Basin

The Marcellus and Utica Shale formations stretch Southwest from Lower New York through Pennsylvania, Ohio, and into West Virginia. This region, known as the Appalachian Basin, is known for its large amounts of natural gas. In July 2018, it accounted for 29% of all U.S. gas production. Top Producers in the Marcellus and Utica Southwest
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