U.S. industrial valve seal ball hard to solve the transport problem
U.S. Industrial Valve Group's natural gas pipeline for the current technology and the development of a comprehensive analysis of a number of drawbacks to push a Waston pipeline valves - WastonB70 series of hard seal ball valve. The product is a comprehensive solution to the traditional products in the gas transportation deficiencies.
U.S. industrial gas pipeline valve Group Technical Summary:
1. Because of pipeline transportation of natural gas desulfurization ago contains a lot of hydrogen sulfide (which is a highly toxic and corrosive gases). Process even after the desulfurization of natural gas, there are still remnants of hydrogen sulphide. Therefore, selection must be selected pipeline valve corrosion resistance to sulfur material.
2. An average city gas pipeline are hundreds of kilometers or more, only regular patrols, inspection, and sometimes complicated pipeline through the region, media leaks could result in serious fire incidents. In particular, away from the city closer to the pipeline, to prevent the leakage of the valve is particularly important.
3. Pipeline, once operational, are not allowed to stop within a few years running, does not allow a short break, and no overhaul period. Series in the pipeline on the pipeline valve failure, lead to disastrous consequences. Therefore, the vulnerability of pieces of pipeline valves requires long life.
4. Control personnel in general or in the station control room, it requires a reliable control valve performance, and require a self-protection and explosion-proof valve measures. In particular, long to open the valve, requiring mutations in the situation among the cutting done and accurate. Therefore, a reliable control performance be the focus.
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