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Classification of gate valves

  • Jul Wed, 2018
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Gate valves have a variety of structural styles, and the main difference is that the structure type which is adopted for the sealing element. Gate valves are often divided into several types  bas...

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Operating features of globe valves

  • Jun Wed, 2018
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The sealing form of the globe valve is the force seal. When the valve is closed, in order to seal the globe valve, sufficient force must be applied to the valve clack so as to reach necessary sealing ...

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Installation of valves Valves must be installed carefully, and avoid hitting valves which are made of brittle materials. Check specifications and models of the valve, and check whether or not the valv...

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Directions and positions of valve installation Many valves such as globe valves, throttle valves, relief pressure valves and check valves have directional characteristics. If a throttle valve is insta...

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First, we need to master performance flow characteristics, temperature, pressure and flow rates of media, and then combine them with technology, operation, safety and other factors in order to choose ...

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The disc of the gate valve is the gate, whose direction of movement is perpendicular to the flow direction of the fluid. The gate valve can only be fully opened and closed, and can not be used to...

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Buried fully welded ball valves have been widely used in a variety of fields. Although there are many buried fully welded ball valves on the current valve market, the quality of them is greatly differ...

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Performance Tests of Valves

  • Oct Mon, 2017
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Motion performance tests of manual valves Open the valve; increase the pressure of the valve cavity until the pressure reaches the required pressure of the test; close the valve with the specified tor...

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1. Inspect whether internal and external surfaces of valve bodies have defects such as sand holes, cracks, etc. 2. Inspect whether the valve seat is firmly connected with the valve body; whether the v...

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