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The Kimray Way: Making a Difference

In 1948, Garman Kimmell revolutionized oil field production control with the Pilot Operated Back Pressure Regulator, or what we know today as the AAA valve. Up until that point, producers needed to supervise the well site constantly to keep production moving. Garman’s new product isolated the operation of the valve from the sensing point of
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DNOW and Kimray sign International Distribution Agreement

Kimray Announces International Distribution Agreement

  OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (April 7, 2017) — Kimray Inc. proudly announces an exclusive international distribution agreement with DistributionNOW (DNOW). DNOW is a leading provider of drilling and production equipment with a global presence throughout the oil & gas value chain. DNOW will distribute Kimray’s well-known line of regulators, control valves, glycol pumps, and liquid
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Kimray Announces Agreement with Comsert for South America Distribution

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (March 13, 2017) — Kimray Inc. proudly announces an Exclusive Distribution Agreement with Comsert Medición & Control, a leading Argentinean company with significant presence throughout the oil & gas value chain. Comsert will now distribute Kimray’s well-known line of regulators, control valves, glycol pumps, and liquid level controls in Argentina, Chile and
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Two Kimray employees installing an electric actuator.

Optimizing Plunger Lift with an Electric Actuator

Case Study: Does an Electric Actuator Make Sense? When involving pneumatics, electric actuators make production operations more efficient. We were invited to a well site to determine if the Kimray R2L would work effectively on a conventional plunger set up. The field in question relies entirely on pneumatics. They use supply gas to actuate several valves
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What is Valve Flow Coefficient (Cv)?

What is Valve Flow Coefficient (Cv)? Valve Flow Coefficient (Cv) is a valve’s capacity for a liquid or gas to flow through it. It is technically defined as “the volume of water at 60°F (in US gallons) that will flow through a valve per minute with a pressure drop of 1 psi across the valve.”
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