The features of check valve
Bolted Bonnet;Swing and lift disc;Metallic seating surfaces.
Body and Bonnet Connection
The body and bonnet of Class150~Class900 check valves are usually with studs and nuts.And the body and bonnet of Class1500~Class2500 check valves are usually of pressurized seal design.
Stainless steel + flesible graphite wounded gasket is used for Class 150 and Class 300 check valve;Stainless steel + flexible graphite wounded gasket is used for Class 600 check valve,and joint gasket is also optional for Class 600 check valve;Ring joint gasket is used for Class900 check valve;Pressurized seal design is used for Class 1500~Class 2500 check valves.
For carbon steel check valve,the seat is usually forged steel.The sealing surface of the seat is spray welded with hard alloy specified by the customer.Renewable threaded seat is used for NPS<10 check valves ,and welded on seat can be also optional if being requested by the customer.Welded on seat is used for NPS>12 crbon steel gate valves .Forstainless steel check valve,integral seat is usually adopted ,or to weld hard alloy directly integrally.Threaded or welded on seat is also optional for stainless steel check valve if being requested by the customer.
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- Q:Can someone explain mitro valve prolapse vs mitro valve regeritation?
- Firstly both conditions are not necessarily serious. Prolapse is the phenomenon of one or both mitral leafets bending slightly into the left atrium when the heart contracts. Normally when the leaflets close they dont clise straight but form a slight tent shape facing towards the LV. With prolapse the leaflet bends beyond the imaginary straight line of the valve annulus. Regurgitation is simply back flow through a valve when closed - all valves function as one way check valves to ensure one way flow through the heart. Its completely normal to have a small amouny of regurgitation at all valves except the aortic valve. Mitral regurgitation typically worsens with prolapse because the valve isnt closing properly. Usually prolapse and mitral regurgitation are not all that serious and only require periodic monitoring. Consult your DR if you suddenly develoop symptoms like chest pain or breathlessness. These can indicate the valve is degenerating further and may require medical treatment.
- Q:What is Mitral Valve Relapse?
- I believe you DO mean MVP. You probably misunderstood your cardiologist. Prolapse is a deformation of the valve in which valve does not completely close, causing a back flow of blood into the atrium. In most cases this is relatively benign and in fact, occurs in about 10% of people. In severe cases, you may need a value replacement, but usually this occurs at birth or after a disease damages the heart.
- Q:shutoff valve leaks badly?
- when a valve is left open for a long time all is well until you move the stem quit common with 2 wrenches hold the body of the valve with one and with the other tighten up the bonnet packing nut where the water is coming from just a little twist should do it 1/8 to a 1/4 turn .what this will do is smash the bonnet washer a little tighter to the valve stem shaft. gl
- Q:is the tricuspid valve (atrioventricular valve of the heart) closed during rapid filling of the ventricles?
- The bicuspid valve is the left atrioventricular valve, and the tricuspid valve is the right atrioventricular valve. Blood enters the heart via the Superior Vena Cava (and Inferior Vena Cava) into the Right Atrium. In between the Right Ventricle and the Right Atrium is the Tricuspid Valve. The right ventricle receives oxygenated blood from the right atrium (as it contracts). Once the ventricles are full, they contract and the tricuspid valve shuts and the pulmonary valve opens. This makes sense for the tricuspid valve to shut (preventing regurgitation or backwash) while the blood flows through the open pulmonary valve into the pulmonary artery (to the lungs.) I would not have chosen a) or c) for an answer. You can rule out b) for an answer because the papillary muscles contract opening the tricuspid valve. You chose the correct answer, d) because once the ventricles are full they contract causing their respective valves to shut.
- Q:can I start centrifugal compressor with discharge valve closed?
- I assume you are asking about a centrifugal compressor being driven by a gas turbine. You didn't state the service the compressor was in but it is possible in some services for the centrifugal compressor to add a load to the gas turbine's output shaft during the starting cycle. By having the valves closed, there is only the load from compressor wheels) and shaft being accelerated to operating speed. This would permit the gas turbine controls more lee way to get the turbine speed under control before adding significant load to the output shaft. Another consideration is the need to load the compressor in a manner that would get it past the surge point and into a stable operating regime. This can best be done with the compressor at operating speed and a fairly quick addition of load.
- Q:Trumpet valve stuck upright?
- on the top of the valve there is the screw that you turn to open the valve to oil it. if this screw wont turn gently tap the edges of it with the rim of your mouthpiece, and make sure that you get the entire screw cap. if this doesn't loosen it enough to remove the cap, then repeat while hitting it at an angle in the direction that it needs to turn. if this doesn't work take off the bottom cap and drip valve oil up though the bottom to drip up to the top cap and continue with the tapping process. if it still wont move, you need to take it to a shop. once the upper cap is loose, the valve still wont move, this is when you take off the bottom valve cap (if you haven't already) and fully remove a different valve that has already been oiled and push it up through the bottom of the stuck valve, this might be hard to do, and you might need to put in a lot of valve oil into the bottom to get it to move. once this valve is removed, thoroughly clean the valve casing and the valve itself, and oil both before replacing the valve. Hope this helps.
- Q:The plastic drain valve on my water heater drips. Unable to stop the drip, I have placed a hose cap on it.?
- To hold water in the tank your plastic drain valve should usually be closed. It does not matter if the water is held in the tank by a valve or a cap. A metal cap would be better than a plastic. You could also drain the tank and replace the gasket in the valve, but that is a lot of work for little benefit. Had not though of that. The drain valve is the one at the bottom of the tank. If this is a pressure relief valve, yes it would be very dangerous to cap it. The pressure relief valve is located near the top of the tank.
- Q:Tricuspid Valve surgery?
- Any type of valve surgery involves exposing the aorta of the heart, therefore it is a form of open heart surgery. Over time, this has become a relatively basic procedure for heart doctors and it has a success rate of almost 80-95%. There is a chance that you might need another surgery afterwards, but that only happens in about 5-10% of patients that get the surgery. The survival rate for this operation is very high and only 5-10% of patients experience any negative effects during the surgery. This includes infection, stroke, allergic reaction, or bleeding. I will keep you in my prayers Alex. Best of luck to you!
- Q:Heart valve replacement surgery....?
- Open heart surgery is always a risk, as is any major surgery. The main risks are from infection and blood clots. The risks taper off very quickly within a few days after the surgery. Heart valve replacements are a common operation, with a high success rate. Life expectancy is generally better with a valve replacement; but not all valve problems reduce life expectancy to begin with. Sometimes the trade-offs are more of an issue with quality of life, with higher quality achieved with a functioning heart valve, so some people may be taking a medical risk to obtain higher quality of life. No one can tell you for certain what the outcome of this operation will be. The odds are very high that everything will go perfectly and he will fell better than ever before. There is a very small chance that he will end up worse To put the risks in perspective, a person i know had minor surgery to her knee - a simple 1 hour operation done at an outpatient clinic. Ten days later, a clot broke loose and she died in her sleep. I have had the same operation twice and didn't even miss more than a few hours of work. Another person i know had severe heart problems and docs said it was terminal, but an operation could prolong his life maybe 5-7 years. He had the operation and its now been almost 20 years and his cardiologist says his heart is healthy and there's no reason why he might not live another 20 years or more.
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