Regulation of supply is a very crucial aspect in any form of transfer. The supply can be fluid in nature like water or oil and even gas. In our everyday life we need many different kind of supplies like the water and LPG gas and there is a need of a very effective supply chain…

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A valve is used to control flow of liquids and gases. And ball, gate and globe valves are used to control flow of liquids. These valves in all forms are used to create waterways, and it is therefore essential to understand the differences and their uses. BALL VALVES Ball valve made of solid elements offers…

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Ball valves are predominantly used to control the stream of high weight fluids and gas lines. This is on the grounds that they don’t result in any drop in weight or limit liquid development when completely opened. They are chiefly utilized when the supply pipe has an internal breadth of 6 inches or less. A…

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Among the two most common types of rotary valves are the ball valves and butterfly valves. Both valves have a 90 degree turn and are mainly used to control the flow of gases and liquids. There are certain features which make the ball valves better than the butterfly valves. For a start, a ball valve…

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API SPEC 6D Specification for Pipeline Valves. API Specification 6D is an adoption of ISO 14313: 1999, Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries-Pipeline Transportation Systems-Pipeline Valves. This International Standard specifies requirements and gives recommendations for the design, manufacturing, testing and documentation of ball, check, gate and plug valves for application in pipeline systems. API 600 Bolted…

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What is a ball valve? It’s a question new customers often ask us at Valtorc, so let’s look into this to answer the question and explain what a ball valve is. A ball valve is described as a mechanical device that directs, guides and modulates the flow of various types of liquids by way of an opening…

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