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, which can inhibit proper operation. We have identified 3 areas of improvement that will
+ Read More

Gas Refinery

Midstream Oil and Gas Processing: What are Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs)?

Natural gas liquids (NGLs) are hydrocarbons extracted during the gas refining process that are used to create hundreds of products, from clothing and household items to feedstock for industrial machines. From the Field to the Plant Energy producers begin the process of separation from the moment they extract natural gas from a well. The initial
+ Read More

Glycol Pump Sizing Calculator

Glycol Pump Sizing: An Easy-to-Use Tool for Your Gas Dehydration System

The Kimray Glycol Pump Sizing Tool enables you to size and select the right pump for your dehydration system. It works for both electric pumps and energy exchange pumps. Step 1: Enter Your Conditions Start by entering your conditions. Notice the glycol-to-water content and the allowable water content are filled in for you, but those can
+ Read More

Ultimate Guide to the Back Pressure Regulator

Kimray is a world-class manufacturer of Back Pressure Regulators based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA. The Back Pressure Regulator was the first product introduced back in 1948, and it continues to be one of our most popular. This guide will cover the following topics: What is a Back Pressure Regulator? How Do Back Pressure Regulators Work?
+ Read More

Oil Refinery

How is Gasoline Made from Oil?

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, the average American driver puts more than 13,000 miles on their vehicle every year. To cover all that ground, we fill our tanks with 500 gallons of gasoline. Most of us know gasoline is tied to oil. But, how is it made? In this article, we’ll cover a few basics of the
+ Read More