API 6A Angle Needle Choke Valve for Wellhead

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Standard or Nonstandard: Standard Power: Hydraulic Pressure: Medium Pressure
Structure: Angle

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1. Structure of API 6A Angle Needle Choke Valve Description

Exchanging the parts form fixed, adjusted choke valve.
Bonnet nut is to prevent the nut loosen and as an indispensable part 
Befordromoving the nut completely, established the safety performance can release valve body residual stress 
Interchangeable parts for specific pressure gauge, for example, the same empty cock and bonnet device used in 2,000-15,000 psi working environment Pointer and seat of stainless steel adjustable chock valve needle

2. Main Features of API 6A Angle Needle Choke Valve

1) Advanced test for quality
2) MTC provided
3) Good price and service

3. API 6A Angle Needle Choke Valve Images

API 6A Angle Needle Choke Valve for Wellhead

API 6A Angle Needle Choke Valve for Wellhead

API 6A Angle Needle Choke Valve for Wellhead

4. API 6A Angle Needle Choke Valve Specification

Working Pressure 2,000Psi 20,000Psi
Nominal Size 1.13/16"7.1/16" (46mm180mm)
PR Class PR14
Working Temp-46℃~121℃(LU
PSL Class PSL14
Working Medium: oil, gas, water, mud, gas with H2S,CO2

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Q:i have valve touble on motorcycle ?
Charlie, I know it is hard to transfer a sound into a word. but valves don't knock, they clack. So if it isn't a clack it isn't a valve issue. Sadly you haven't helped us to diagnose the issue by giving the make and model of your bike. That would really be a help. I would like to help you further so if you hit my avatar you will find my email address for direct contact so I can help you further if you can't find out more help form the other guys.
Q:If you need to shut off a valve, but it is stuck and it won't turn,?
Shouldn't be toxic. But I'd try just working the valve back and forth to see if I could loosen it.
Q:where is the bleeder valve?
Yes it does have a bleeder valve, it should be on the side or in cooling hose, if your coolant has been low and you added you have air in the system, open bleeder valve till flow comes out smooth while engine is running and warm, when good flow is established and radiator is full close valve, should be good to go and will now be full and no more heating up.
Q:What is the purpose of the egr valve?
What Is A Egr Valve
Q:Valve Guide Question?
Ohhhh man. NO DRILLS. I assume you are referring to an Aluminum Cylinder head. To do it correctly you need a drift punch that has a pilot size of the valve stem, and an outside diameter that is just a few thousands smaller than the guide. Disassemble the head completely, put in Moms oven at the highest setting it will go to ( 5-6 hundred degrees ) Pound old guide out from the combustion camber side. ( have every thing ready to go this FFer will be hot ). Coat new guide with something like STP, put in freezer, carefully align it, then slam it home from the valve train side, don't pussy around, get it in before it attracts the heat of the head, if you stop or it stops you will have to repeat the entire process. If you gall the Aluminum ( say O-**** ) Since you have to hit this thing fairly hard you will need to refinish the inside of the guide with the appropriate reamer. Then refinsh Valve seat ( they never, NEVER line up perfectly )
Q:What is the function of valves between atrium and ventricle?
the atrioventricular valves (AV valves) separates the atria from the ventricles. the AV valves perform a very important function in the heart by maintaining the blood flow in one direction. they are subjected to tremendous strain during every heart beat, and are uniquely designed to withstand this strain through a person’s lifetime. the right AV valves is called the tricuspid valve. the left AV valve is called the mitral valve. the opening and closing of the AV valves is dependent on pressure differences between the atria and ventricles. when the ventricles relax, atrial pressure exceeds ventricular pressure, the AV valves are pushed open and blood flows into the ventricles. however, when the ventricles contract, ventricular pressure exceeds atrial pressure causing the AV valves to snap shut. :)
Q:32 / 64 / 128 / 512 Valve Car Engine?
There would be no point to having such high valve count. The point of more valves is to cover the cylinder head combustion chamber with flow spaces. Topologically this is pretty well done with 4 or 5 valves. It is very expensive to add the 5th valve so most manufactureres are happy with 4 valves/cylinder. The largest 4valve / cylinder engine in mass production would be the GM/Caddilac Northstar V-8 IIRC. More analogous to your CPU question would be the use of multiple cylinders, not valves. As far as I know, the largest mass produced engines for auto use have been V-12's as found on high end BMW's and Jaguar's. At a given displacement, engines become more powerful and efficient with more cylinders. Go figure, just the opposite of PC CPU's! I'm sure there are large stationary or ship engines that are made with 32 cylinders, maybe more. The largest I've seen though had 24 and was used to generate electricity for a corporate campus. Astrobuf
Q:EGR valve removal of a 1997 Lincoln Continental?
I am assuming you want to replace the EGR valve because you are getting an insufficient EGR flow trouble code. Before you replace a perfectly good valve with an inferior aftermarket part that will likely fix nothing, a little more diagnosis is in order. If you have access to a scan tool and a vacuum gauge, perform a KOER (key on engine running) test on the engine with the vacuum gauge connected to the hose to the EGR valve. When self-test reaches the EGR test, look for the vacuum guage to move during the self test. If it moves, the vacuum source and EGR solenoid are good. If not, trace the vacuum harness for leaks. Without the scanner and vacuum gauge, find a length of hose and suck on the hose, or connect to other vacuum source to test the valve. You are looking for an RPM drop at idle when you open the valve in this way. I suspect your problem is a passageway clogged with carbon. Remove the valve and throttle body to access the clogged areas and manually decarbonize. This is the most common reason for an insufficient EGR flow on a Lincoln, along with a faulty DPFE sensor or related hoses. My money is on the clogged passages or the bad DPFE sensor.
Q:replacing pressure reducing valve?
The cost you quoted seems a bit high to me. Mine didn't cost anywhere near that amount in East Texas. A pressure reducing valve acts like a check valve when there is no flow. That is it closes as the pressure rises when you are not using any water. In this condition, the hot water heater can raise the pressure even higher since there is no place for the expanding water to go. That is the reason for the expansion tank. Without the expansion tank the pressure relief valve on the hot water heater can relieve unnecessarily or weep a bit.
Q:Electric supercharger. Blow off valves?
Hey guy. First off, you shouldn't even bother putting in an electric supercharger. The reasons are the about of boost you are going to need to see any REAL advantages you will not get from an elec. I suggest do what I am doing and spending the money to get a GOOD valve job and get everything polished to match and you will actually gain H.P. I have seen 32 hp gains out of a 2.2 I4 F2 engine from a probe by just adding a cold air intake, going to a 2 inch exhaust w/ header and a good valve job. Incidently, I now run 142 hp instead of the original 110.

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