Kimray's Rotary-to-Linear (R2L) Adapter.

The Kimray R2L Adapter

Introducing the new Kimray R2L Adapter—a durable, simple and effective way to maintain control within an automated production site. HOW IT WORKS The Kimray R2L Adapter translates rotary motion into linear motion. It allows any ISO-5211 rotary actuator to be coupled with an industry standard Kimray High Pressure Control Valve. This combination provides a smart,
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Kimray's Electric Glycol Pump provided to Encana.

Electric Glycol Pump with Encana in Colorado’s Piceance Basin

Encana is one of North America’s largest energy producers with operations throughout Canada as well as subsidiary operations in Colorado, Wyoming, Texas and Louisiana. In May 2011, Kimray provided Encana with an Electric Glycol Pump for a field trial at their operation in Parachute, Colorado, in the Piceance Basin – one of the company’s key
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Kimray's Delrin control valve trim.

Valve Trim Material: Delrin

The Importance of Valve Trim Control valve trim is susceptible to premature in oil and gas applications with highly corrosive conditions. Sour gas, carbon dioxide, and other corrosive elements wear away the internal trim, packing, and body as the gasses move through the valve. Premature deterioration caused by corrosion can cost you thousands in repairs
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A visual comparison of the old and new styles of the Kimray Piston Rod Gland and the Kimray Pump Block.

Tech Mail | Index Pin Location on Glycol Pump

Index Pin Locator | New Vs. Old Style We have recently changed the index pin location for Glycol Pump Blocks and Piston Rod Glands. This new change will prevent a piston Rod Gland from being installed with the alignment pin in one of the gland’s communicating holes. New Piston Rod Glands will still have a
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Tech Mail | What is the leakage class for my valve?

Tech Mail | What is the leakage class for my valve?

A Rule of Thumb Control valves are designed to throttle, but they are also often expected to provide some type of shut-off capability. A control valve’s ability to shut off has to do with many factors: Balanced or unbalanced plug, seat material, actuator thrust, pressure drop, and the type of fluid can all play a
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