What is the Valve Seat Leakage Class for My Valve?

What is the Valve Seat Leakage Class for My Valve?

Control Valve Seat Leakage 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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Reduced flow ration plug.

Is Your Piston Balanced HPCV Too Big?

The Valve Is Too Big! When the Piston Balanced HPCV (HPMV) in service turns out to have far too much capacity you can offer a reduced flow ratio plug. The conversion is reasonably simple, requires only the ratio plug. The costs substantially less than replacing the valve. On some occasions a valve is specified which
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Use Oversized Soft Seat with Care

For Increased capacity where declining pressure is a problem Many of our customers have learned that when the pressure available from the well has declined to the point that a standard 1″ or 2″ HPCV (motor valve) no longer has enough capacity, they can remove the trim and cage and replace it with the Oversized
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Having difficulty removing upper cage in HPCVPB?

Question Having difficulty removing the upper cage in the High Pressure Control Valve Piston Balanced? Answer Here’s the right tool for the Job! Part No. Valve Description 5296 2″ Upper Cage Puller with Part No. 3003 Screws 5297 3″ Upper Cage Puller with Part No. 100 Screws 5298 4″ Upper Cage Puller with Part No.
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Piston Balanced Flanged Valve Body Options

Piston Balanced High Pressure Control Valves (flanged options) Note: Use this image as a reference to our piston balanced high pressure control valve options.

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