Valve Repair and Testing Guides

Wondering cost of replacing ballcock in water tank? One-stop water tank overflow solutions here!

Image Source: flckr If you are looking to buy or sell a water tank, the cost of a float valve for the water tank is something that you have to consider. This can be tricky, but it might be essential to your purchase. The cost of ballcock replacement depends on a lot of things. The …

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Valve Fail: How to solve when it comes to fail close valve or fail open valve?

Valve fail Image Source: Dombor Valve When a signal loss occurs, the valve opens. A fail open valve would prevent upstream pressure from building up in a back pressure application, like holding pressure on a separator. When the signal fails, the valve closes. A fail-closed valve would safeguard downstream equipment from excessive force in a …

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9 Ways to Extend the Service Life of Industrial Valves

Valves are manufactured to last long. However, there are circumstances that industrial valves do not last the way they are supposed to. Identifying these conditions can help lengthen the life of the valve. In addition, valve maintenance is an important aspect of any valve life. Valve wear and tear is normal occurrence. But, with the …

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Valve Fail: How to solve when it comes to fail close valve or fail open valve?

Industrial valves don’t last forever. They don’t come cheap either. In many cases, repair begins within 3-5 years of use. However, understanding and knowing the common causes of valve failure can lengthen the valve life service.  This article provides information on how to repair faulty valves, the common causes why valves need fixing and the …

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Fugitive Emissions and API Testing for Valves

Fugitive emissions are volatile organic gases that leaked from pressurized valves. These emissions can either be accidental, through evaporation or because of faulty valves. Fugitive emissions not only cause harm to humans and the environment but also pose a threat to profitability. With long exposure to volatile organic compounds, humans can develop serious physical ailments. …

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