Fixed choke valve with API 6A Standard for Oil Field Usage

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1. Structure of Fixed choke valve Description


Choke valve as the main parts of christmas tree and manifold, it is mainly used for controlling the wellhead flow and its level of work pressure can be up to 15000 psi. Choke valve can be divided into adjustable choke valve and fixed choke valve.
Fixed choke valve is the main parts of the wellhead and christmas tree equipment, through special tools to replace the size of the oil nozzle, and transform the throttling area of the liquid to control crude oil production of the wellhead


2. Main Features of Fixed choke valve


1) With competitive price and high quality. 

2) Meet API standard. 

3) Meet your special requirements.


3. Fixed choke valve Images



4. Fixed choke valve Specification


Working Pressure2,000Psi 15,000Psi
Nominal Diameter2-1/16″~4-1/16"
PR ClassPR12
PSL ClassPSL14
Working Temp.KU (-60℃~121)
Working Mediumoilgasmud
Material Class AAHH
End Connection connecting with ANSI and API standards
Nozzle aperture :Φ3, Φ4, Φ5, Φ6, Φ7, Φ8, Φ9, Φ10, Φ11, Φ12, Φ13, Φ14, Φ15, Φ16



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Q:Is my water valve broken?
Being old plumbing, when you turned off the valve (which you did not need to do to work on the drain) debris probably broke loose in the water line. Turn the valve to the off position again. Disconnect the supply tube above the valve. Hold a rag over the top of the valve and turn it on and off a few times. this should tell you if there is a clog and may clear the debris out. Good luck.
Q:spit valve on clarinets?
Nope, no such luck!
Q:shutoff valve leaks badly?
Because the stem washer is worn out and needs replacing, you will have to shut off the water to the whole house and you might as well replace the shutoff, probably just about as cheap and a lot more reliable fix.
Q:how to adjust a 2001 kawasaki zx9 ninja valve?
As Bob said, you had probably best bite the financial bullet and get someone experienced to do it. With the bucket over shim designs, the shim you need to change is underneath the bucket, the device that rides against the camshaft. To change the shims, you have to remove the camshafts and when you replace them, you must get them timed exactly right or else you can have pistons hitting valves..not good at all. They put the shim under the bucket to keep the cam from spitting the shims out through the valve cover at high rpms. The older 2 valve 900-1000-1100-1300 Kaws have shim over bucket and can be changed with a special $20 tool, a little screwdriver and small magnet . However, you might consider getting a shop manual and checking the valve clearance yourself. If all are within specs, then there is no need to take it to a shop. My old KZ1000 went something like 110,000 miles and only need two shims changed in all that time, so your bike could very well be ok.
Q:transmission valve body?
Usually on the side of the transmission is the modulator but if it is inside like said, make sure you don't open the valve body. Things will fall out and you'll curse yourself.
Q:replacing a faucet, but i have a broken hot water valve?
There should be a main shutoff valve to cut the entire water supply to the house. If you have a basement the main valve would be where the water supply comes into the house. 99% of the time that is in the front of the house. If you live in a slab house then the main water shutoff is usually near the hot water tank in a pipe that typically comes out of the floor. If it is not there then it will be in the yard (usually the front yard) undeneath a metal cover. You can always turn a valve off and then check water by opening a faucet. Remember that you need to give it a couple minutes to see if it has shut off fully as water may drain out of house pipes. If you are just going to replace the hot water valve then you may have a shutoff for that above the hot water tank. Most lilkely the inlet side but could be the outlet side or even both. You can try those. Now you replace the valve once you are sure that water is shut off. You may not need to drain the hot water tank. Just turn it off and see if water continues to come out. Just turn a valve off and check to see if the water shuts off. Eventually you will find the right valve. Just remember it can take a while for water to drain out of the pipes. If you need help replacing the valve just add an additional comment and I will check back. Describe to me whether you have copper pipes or galvanized pipes and the type of shutoff that is there now.
Q:How to remove the valve springs on a1991 jaguar xj6?
you will need to remove the plugs, get a air compressor with a hose that will screw into the spark plug hole ! then you pump the compressor up to about 40 or 50 pounds, take the rockers off and pull the push rods ! you will need a spring compressor to squeeze the valve spring and take a pair of need nose pliers and take the keepers out and then the spring will lift off the valve stem ! after the spring is off you can remove the valve seal ! i recommend for you to use the umbrella type seals !
Q:Heart Valve question - stenosis and regurgitation?
stenosis means thats it difficult to open the valve to allow a full ejection of blood. regurgitation is caused by an insufficient valve, in which the valve does not close all the way, and thus allows blood to flow backwards. For instance, the two AV valves (mitral on the left, tricuspid on the right), are prevented from prolapsing by chordae tendonae, which are connective tissue fibers attached to pieces of cardiac muscle (papillary muscles) on one end, and the edge of the valve on the other. If these chordae tendonae break, this may cause blood to flow back into the respective atria during ventricular systole. Valvular insufficiency and prolapse will cause diminished stroke volume. Valvular stenosis, on the other hand, is typically caused by a buildup of material on a valve which inhibits its movement. This buildup could be many different things, to name a few: valve calcification due to hypercalcemia, bacterial adhesion and growth due to sepsis, plaque (cholesterol bound with free radicals) buildup on the valve, a fibroma, etc... If the valve's opening is inhibited, and it does not open all the way, there will be a diminished blood flow into whatever chamber is next in the sequence. If an AV valve is stenotic, the ventricles may not fill properly, and preload will be low, which will lower ejection volume. If the semilunar valves are stenotic, then the ventricles will likely hypertrophy because they will need to work harder to force as much blood out, because blood entering the ventricle must equal blood leaving the ventricle with each heartbeat (starlings law of the heart).
Q:artificial heart valves and CPR?
Yes, and it doesn't matter if there are artificial valves or not. The thing about CPR is that it's only done for someone who is actively trying to die. The alternative to doing CPR is to let someone pass away, which is not usually the best course of action (unless they have a terminal disease and have asked not to be resuscitated.) If you are asking whether the presence of heart valves excuses someone from NOT doing CPR... then no. If you are asking whether heart valves + CPR and a bad outcome is because CPR should not have been done, then no to that too. The right thing to do for someone who is pulseless is to start CPR, call 911 and get more definitive treatment on the way. CPR is not going to revive someone - it is only a bridge until a defibrillator and/or cardiac drugs are available. I'm sorry that you lost your wife at such a young age, and I hope you find the answers you are looking for.
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