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DFT® Control Valve Webinar FAQ

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DFT® recently held a webinar on severe service control valves. To follow up on the information we presented, here are some answers to questions we’ve received. Are you coping with corrosive aggressive services? Which materials do you use?  Our Ultra-Trol valve is designed to withstand corrosive media with a combination of metallurgy and controlling fluid… Read More


Common Problems with Pumps and Compressors

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Companies in many industries rely on pumps and compressors to safely and efficiently transport fluids throughout their facilities. These systems appear in manufacturing sectors ranging from: Pharmaceutical Food and beverage processing Petrochemical Power generation The size and output of a pump or a compressor varies depending on the fluid that it handles as well as… Read More


Upcoming Webinar: Severe Service Control Valves – Problems & Solutions

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Maintaining the performance of your facility’s control valves will ensure continued successful operations for your organization. At DFT®, we know a thing or two about valves, and we’re excited to share our knowledge at our upcoming webinar about control valves on May 15, 2019 at 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. During the webinar, we will… Read More

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The Special Cleaning Needed for Cryogenic Valves

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Cryogenic valves are intended for use in extremely cold applications, the term cryogenic generally is applied to temperatures below -50oC. Valves for cryogenic service have to be constructed of materials that retain their ductility at these very cold temperatures as well as special gaskets and seals that are suitable for extremely cold temperatures. Industries that deal… Read More


3 Effective Methods to Prevent Check Valve Failure

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Increasing the Life Span of a Check Valve Check valves are an important component in piping used to transport fluids. A properly functioning check valve allows liquid to flow in one direction and prevents reverse flow in the opposite direction. Proper installation and preventative valve maintenance are necessary to keep check valves in peak condition.… Read More