Valves

How to Operate the Kimray Treater Valve

What is a 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. How the Treater Valve Works The Treater Valve actuates based on the hydrostatic pressure generated from a column of liquid in the
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Flanged Ball Valves

What is a Flanged Ball Valve? A Flanged Ball Valve is a 1-piece or 2-piece ball valve that provides effective control of oil and gas operations. Its defining characteristic is the flanged ends that bolt to oil and gas pipelines. Flo-Tite’s Flanged Ball Valve is a conventional-design flanged-end floating ball valve. You can easily install
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V-Port Ball Valves

Oil and gas producers use a V-Port Ball Valve to convert a standard on/off ball valve to a modulating ball valve.  Kimray is proud to offer high-quality Flo-Tite ball valves and rotary control valves used in a wide variety of industries. This partnership allows us to provide an expanded array of control solutions for upstream and midstream
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3-Way and 4-Way Multi-Port Valves

A 3-way or 4-way multi-port valve provides maximum control of fluid diversion and/or mixing applications for oil and gas producers. These valves feature either 3 or 4 access ports to the valve body. As a result, a producer can chart multiple flow patterns, allowing for greater design flexibility in piping systems. Flo-Tite Multi-Port Valves Flo-Tite
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What is a Valve Actuator?

A valve actuator is the device that “actuates,” or moves, a valve open or closed. It is attached to and works in conjunction with two parts: the valve body and the valve pilot. How Does an Actuator Work? In a Kimray High Pressure Control Valve, the pneumatic actuator is comprised of several parts. These include
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