Block and Bleed Valves

DBBV Service Valve features 6,000 psi rating.
Block and Bleed Valves

DBBV Service Valve features 6,000 psi rating.

Operating mechanically, Double Block and Bleed Service Valve features secondary ball/sealing surface to retain pressure in event that first ball or sealing surface is damaged. Rotating base lets users adjust position of handles to either open or close valve by rotating valve itself into correct position. Weighing 56 lb and operating at temperatures up to 450°F, depending on stem and seal...

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New Cosasco
Block and Bleed Valves

New Cosasco

Monday, - Rohrback Cosasco released a series of Cosasco® Secondary Process Containment Access Fittings, Probe Adapters, and Double Block and Bleed Service Valve. The high pressure retaining covers and probe adapters are rated for pressures up to 10,000 psi, offering an additional layer of protection for access under pressure. The high pressure access fitting covers feature a bleed valve to...

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Block and Bleed Valves

Parker Gains TUV TA-Luft Approval for Wide Range of Valve Types - Helps Process Industry Comply with Latest Environmental Legislation

o Compliance with German fugitive emission standard provides key competitive advantage for process system designers o Including ball valves, needle valves and double block and bleed valves Barnstaple, UK, May 21, 2009- Following a recent audit by approvals agency TUV Mannheim Sud, the Instrumentation Products Division of Parker Hannifin - the global leader in motion and control technologies - has...

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Double Block and Bleed Valves offer low-torque operation.
Block and Bleed Valves

Double Block and Bleed Valves offer low-torque operation.

Rated for use with working pressures from 10,000 or 15,000 psi, IPT Double Block and Bleed Valves feature Trunnion Ball design, are available with clamp-hub type ends to meet API 17D specifications, and can be constructed to satisfy NACE MR-01-75 for corrosion protection. Units have body and end flanges made from SS, duplex steel, and super duplex, while seals feature PEEK seats and Viton O-rings...

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Managing the New FGD Wastewater Regulations
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Managing the New FGD Wastewater Regulations

EPA Steam Electric Power Generating Effluent Limitations Guidelines, or ELG’s, impact coal-fired power plant operations and their wastewater management. Specifically, the ELG’s impose limits for suspended solids, arsenic, mercury, selenium, and nitrate/nitrite for Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) wastewater. These regulations drive the need for technology based solutions that address and adapt to variables such as the nature of wastewater streams, types of contaminants, contaminant loading, and costs. In this guide you will learn about the best available technologies for complying with the new standards. One of the leading contenders in this process is the Fluidized Bed Reactor or FBR, which removes soluble selenium and other metals from FGD wastewater. Advantages of fluidized bed reactors include optimum microorganism efficiency, smaller overall footprint, steady-state operation, lower hydraulic residence times, system robustness, and lower costs. Download this guide for additional information on FBR technology for treating FGD wastewater, including pilot studies and tests, and polishing selenium removal options.

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How SpinSelect Can Save You Time and Money
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Thanks to the unique SpinSelect Multi-Pocket selectable quick change tool holder, its time to rethink the range, complexity and volume of parts that your lathe can produce. Our Spin-Select tool was created to increase productivity and consistency by decreasing downtime associated with lathe cutting tool and insert setups or changeovers. This product is a game-changer for the industry and were pleased to show you why.

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