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Steam Condensate: Important Things to Know

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In our latest webinar, we provide an engaging, informative overview of steam condensate and its critical role in industry today. The webinar includes a short history of steam condensate, some of the most common problems that arise when utilizing it, solutions to those problems, and a survey of its many modern applications. The History of… Read More


DFT® Introduces the TLW® a Tapped Lug Wafer Check Valve Built for Safety

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DFT® is proud to announce the release of our new tapped lug, wafer style, check valve, the model TLW®. With its one-piece solid body construction and tight seal, this non-slam, center-guided check valve is designed to prevent leak paths and has the optimal safety feature of no exposed studs in the clamping area, which could… Read More


DFT Achieves ISO 9001:2015 Certification

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In the industrial world, achieving quality certifications is a vital part of earning customer trust; not only does this illustrate our company’s commitment to constant improvement, it also shows you and your customers that DFT products are of the highest quality possible. Certifications demonstrate that our products have met a stringent set of requirements as… Read More


Valve Value: The Return on Investment (ROI) of Quality Check Valves

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Fluid system management requires a complete approach; if any component is compromised from the pump to valve to pipe and back again, flow can suffer. In-line management, including products such as check valves, can be challenging — after all, they can be a major purchase. However, the lifespan, safety, and efficiency of your system require… Read More


Detecting the Issues with your Control Valve

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Control valves are a single component of a bigger system, but they control fundamental parameters of a process to keep applications performing optimally. Control valves are used to control fluid passage through regulation of flow, level, pressure, or temperature. Control valves are commonly used in oil & gas and manufacturing industries. The efficiency of automatic… Read More