H2S

Experiencing Serious Valve Corrosion in Your Production? Z-PEX Coatings May Be Your Answer.

Elements like H2s and salt can cause significant corrosion issues in your oil and gas control equipment.  They can heavily damage valves in particular, and leave you constantly replacing them and considering expensive, exotic materials like hastelloy, inconel, or monel to keep your site operational.  In this video, Greg shows you a cost-effective solution that resists valve corrosion, extending the life of your
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Which Control Valve Diaphragm Material is Right for You?

Though small in size, the control valve diaphragm plays a critical role in oil and gas production. Control valve diaphragms are made with rubber a material referred to as “elastomer.” In addition to the control valve diaphragm, elastomers are used in the seats and o-rings of control valves, regulators, temperature controllers, and most oil and
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The Invisible Killer – How to Prevent H2S Exposure at Wellsites

There are many potential dangers at wellsites. One of the most insidious is accidental inhalation of toxic gas. Hydrogen Sulfide—also known as H2S, sewer gas, swamp gas, stink damp, and sour damp—is a colorless gas known for its pungent “rotten egg” odor at low concentrations. Any wellsite H2S has the possibility of having H2S present.
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