Van serves many purposes in industry, engineering, manufacturing and scientific community. Choosing the right type of valve, the right quality can determine the success or whether the success of the system or during operation.
The main purpose of the valve is to control the flow of information through a transmission system. The valve can be used to start, stop, or regulating the flow to ensure safe operation and efficiency of the process. To learn more about the mechanism of the valve used to control the traffic, please read Valves.
Van plays a big role in most industries. They are used in many parts of the daily mechanical equipment, including HVAC systems and water systems in an office and in the operating mechanism of petrol for cars. Here are a few examples in a variety of industries, including valves play an important role in the function correctly.
This use is an essential aspect of many industries, but there are hundreds of thousands of miles of pipelines important, helps move from one place to another, but it will be transformed into the final product . Transmission medium may include crude oil pipeline and gas, both at home and abroad.
Valves are used to optimize the operating conditions pipeline, and can be found in the upstream, midstream and downstream parts of the pipeline. Upstream starting at the bottom of the hole in the ground and cover everything up to choke on the well head. In this case, the damper is a valve mounted on the bridge dedicated wellhead to adjust the output of the wells. Between the starting line at the output of the damper and the end of the shutter to the final destination (usually a refinery). Downstream (downstream) is everything inside the area of destination. The most important factors to consider when choosing a valve for a pipe application is whether the valve is fully open – that is, the inside is designed to clean or check.
Oil and Gas
The oil and gas industry is a subset of the pipes. Due to the high demand for oil and gas, deep wells, longer pipelines, and lower production costs have become necessary.
Along with the need for an inexpensive valve, the device must also tougher, longer, and perform better to meet the needs of industry, the operating environment of the valve (Valve) and conditions often harsh operating with high temperatures (above 1500 ° F) and high pressure (greater than 25,000 psig) or the application of pressure at low temperatures very low. An important feature for valves used in the oil industry and gas are remote possibilities.
Food & Beverage
The food industry and beverage industry is a large and growing with an increasing demand for parts and products that keep the plant running smoothly. Many of the industry challenges, including security issues, has prompted stringent material requirements for valves used in these plants.
There are two classifications for different types of valves in the food industry and beverage: those in direct contact with food materials and processing utility services (ie steam, water). For valves with direct contact with food, there are provisions in place (to be issued by organizations such as the FDA). These laws require that the interior of the van was fine enough to trap particles or prevent bacteria buildup. Valves made of soft material not absorb or hold any product passing through the valve. These standards also specify that there should be no dead volume in the van or crevices where the material can be kept to avoid rotting or stagnant. Valves in the food industry and beverage not facing pressure or corrosive materials as in other industries.
BIOPHARM industry is part of the processing industry chemicals. The most important feature of the van used in the industry is the ability of the valve to be cleaned and disinfected.
Processing industry are responsible for the chemical processing of raw materials into products. Since the treatment often involves chemical reactions using pressure and / or temperature, and can be toxic to the products, the means of transmission in this industry tend to corrode and high abrasion. The valve needed to be able to withstand the physical nature of the transmission of control and provide precise flow and leakage protection to protect against spills and cross contamination.
Valves play an important role in the maritime industry. When ships become larger and more frequent use, they require the ability to generate energy, process and waste water management and control HVAC, as well as performing the tasks required of them.
The size of the ship and the application will identify the different types and number of valves on the ship. Valves are used to adjust the load and store the energy supply of ships, providing water for fire-fighting capabilities, management and waste water treatment and storage of any liquid cargo, and also a lot of other applications. Any valve handle any sea water must be durable, and all valves have reliable sea due to lack of supply when operating vessels at sea.