Keeping your valves in check

Purchasing valves can be a major headache for some. For starters, one must know what kind of valve they are in need of and whether or not it fits their application. The following questions should be asked in order to find the proper valve; –          What is the media? –          What is the temperature? –          What is the pressure? –          Is it an open or closed position? From there, the manufacturer will have a better idea of what the end user is really looking for.…

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Lubricants for Your Valves’ Gearbox

Theory: Cold weather dictates a different type of lubricant to avoid seizure and promote proper function inside the gear housing. Global Valve and Controls states, “in order to have a proper functioning valve it is necessary to use the correct grease inside the gear housing.” In a case study where non-cold rated grease is applied to a valve that is heading to Wyoming, where the weather can be frigid seven months out of the year; the likelihood of the valve seizing becomes increased and the…

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Global Valve and Controls Series CFS

Let’s take a look at the  CFS valves. What are they? What are they used for? What sizes are available, materials, I promise all your questions will be answered right here, and if they are not, well now you know who to contact. The CFS is one of our widely used ball valves; it is used in a wide variety of industries such as oil/gas, petrochemical , pulp and paper , skid package equipment. If you are wondering what is so special about this particular valve. I would…

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