End connections available in API and ANSI flanges, FNPT, BW, SW, Victaulic, wafer style, or other specified connections since the valves are machined from bar stock.
Traditional In-Line Chokes - Cast stainless or aluminum bronze bodies are prone to poor castings, longer lead times, and higher porosity and potential leaks
Traditional In-Line Chokes - With handles rotating across the body, these are more difficult to automate and typically require a mounting plate mounted to the body, thread-all, and turn buckles to create the linkage to the actuator
Top Entry Chokes - Angle body and mounting pad allow for direct mount of actuator but increases risk of coupling drift on the valve causing side-loading on the stem and increased torque which can stall the actuator
Even with stellite or tungsten carbide downstream wear sleeves, the angular geometry of the body casting open the bodies up to pinhole leakage on the bottom of the valve due to the erosive, jetting flow.
90 degree rotation doesn't offer the precision adjustment of Cyclonic's 180 and 270 degree rotation
Gas Control / Plunger Lift
Production Chokes - Automated & Manual
Control of High Pressure Injection of CO2, Water, and Steam
Saltwater Disposal Systems - H-Pump Back Pressure Control
Blow-off / Bleed-down Valves
OEM Downhole and Horizontal Pump Testing Facilities