Archive: May 2019
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 discuss some of the common problems and solutions that develop in severe service valve equipment, and we’ll also explore a few issues that can lead to critical failure in your service control valves.
Talking Points and Topics
Some of the questions that we’ll answer in our webinar include:
- What is severe service?
- What are the different types of control valves?
- What types of service do they control?
- What is cavitation control?
We’ll also talk about our valves’ design features and how they handle the effects of cavitation and other wear and tear issues. We will provide an overview of the Bernoulli Principle, which states that decreases in pressure and potential energy lead to increases in the speed of a fluid—one of the basic principles by which valves operate today.
Finally, we’ll go in depth on how causes and effects of:
- Flashing and cavitation
- Providing required flow
- Actuation selection
- Achieving tight shutoff
- Slurries and erosion
- High-pressure applications
- High-temperature applications
After we finish our presentation, there will be a chance to discuss the topics covered as well as answer any questions you may have.
What You Need to Know About Severe Service Control Valves –Problems & Solutions
We at DFT® are excited to share our years of comprehensive experience in valve design, performance, and functionality relative to fluid control systems. Be sure to register in advance to be included in the latest information within valve technology.