A 360° Look at Check Valve Flow Orientation

A 360° Look at Check Valve Flow Orientation

April 16, 2020 By: Bruce Ellis, Inside Sales Consultant Check Valve Flow Orientation and Position Explained As we know, not all styles of check valves are suitable for different flow directions. Pump design or space limitation are important considerations when designing a system that specifies the correct check valve to be used. Given correct information,… Read More »

Benefits of Replacing a Swing Check with a Non-Slam Check Valve

July 3, 2019 By: John Anderson Recently, while calling on an oil and gas customer, I was illustrating the perils of using a swing check on liquid pump discharge where reverse flow and water hammer can be an issue. Part way through our conversation, the customer’s eyes lit up, and he said, “oh, that’s why… Read More »

Sanitary Valves – keeping it clean!

April 26, 2018 By: Bruce Ellis and Sylvia Flegg   There is an ever-increasing demand for dependability, efficiency and energy savings when selecting valves – as it needs to be the correct one! And a function that is often overlooked is the valve’s ability to minimize energy consumption.   Principles of Operation An essential element… Read More »

DFT Releases Efficient New Axial-Flow Check Valve

The Nozzle-Style BNC™ Check Valve Is Long Lasting and Low Maintenance     Exton, PA—DFT Inc., an industry leader in the manufacture of valves for more than 70 years, proudly announces the release of its new BNC™ Check Valve, a nozzle-style, axial-flow check valve specifically designed to excel in high-pressure applications. Many natural gas companies… Read More »

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