Throttle Choke Valves with API 6A Standard

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1. Structure of Throttle Choke Valves Description


1) Hole in Bonnet Nut to facilitate venting of pressure

2) Forged bonnet nut with lugs

3) H2 Classic prevents bonnet seal extrusion by means of body-to bonnet contact behind the O-ring seal

4) The bleed valve allows safe venting of the body cavity pressure

5) H2 is designed and manufactured in accordance with API 6A,including performance verification testing for PR2 level chokes

6) Forged body


2. Main Features of Throttle Choke Valves


1) API Standard

2) High quality and fast delivery

3) Easy operation and maintenance


3. Throttle Choke Valves Images


Throttle Choke Valves with API 6A Standard

Throttle Choke Valves with API 6A Standard

Throttle Choke Valves with API 6A Standard


4. Throttle Choke Valves Specification


Working Pressure 3,000Psi20,000Psi

Nominal Bore 2-1/16"4-1/16"
Working Temp KU (-60℃~121)
Working mediumoil, gas, water, mud
PSL Class PSL14
PR Class PR12
Material Class AAHH
ActuatorManual, hydraulic
End ConnectionConform to ANSI and API


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