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V-Port Ball Valve on a Metering Skid

A V-Port Ball Valve can provide control in many applications. In this piece we’ll look at its operation in holding back pressure on a gross liquid metering skid. Application: Ball Valve on a Metering Skid A Kimray customer in California had a metering skid near the their wellhead. It was set up to test the well and
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Control Valve Symbols Chart

Control Valve Symbols

The control valve symbols on a P&ID differs depending on the type of valve specified for the application. In this article, we will identify the most commonly used control valve symbols. Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) Before a well is completed, a Facilities Engineer creates a diagram of all the piping and instrumentation that will
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3-Piece Ball Valves

What is a 3-Piece Ball Valve? A 3-piece ball valve is a valve that swings open on both ends in order to provide easy access to the valve’s internals for maintenance and repair purposes. Flo-Tite 3-Piece Ball Valve Features Flo-Tite’s Multi-Choice and Tri-Pro valves are dynamic, high-performance 3-piece valves that are long lasting, cost effective,
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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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