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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Q:Water leaking from stop valve?
Your relief valve will could desire to be for tension and temperature! while water is heated it expands. a variety tank is often needed. a common significant subject and frequently neglected is a verify valve on the chilly water inlet into the water heater. besides the fact that if it particularly is in a blending valve very probably fastened or some water warmers have been given right here with warmth traps fastened on the heater. the warmth temperature capture on the chilly water inlet had a plastic marble that floated up and sealed heat to your water heater. in many situations they seal tight and did no longer permit the water out because of the fact it speeded up. in the adventure that your 2d relief valve is leaking you often have some element like this happening. a kind tank put in on the scorching water area will scientific care this. You mentioned you have became the warmth temperature all the way all the way down to ninety. have you ever used a thermometer to verify the water is in the ninety degree variety? think approximately a foul thermostat on the water heater it is over heating the water, in spite of the actuality that it is uncommon.
Q:I can't fit my bike pump on to one of my presta valves.?
The valve stem is too short. Tubes that have presta valve stems also come in different valve lengths. You need a 40 or 60 mm valve stem or a valve stem extender.
Q:Isuzu Rodeo OBDII code P0440: EVAP purge valve solenoid?
I have seen many of the Rodeo's purge valves malfunction causing rough idle and that clicking coming from the valve. It is not normal behavior for that purge valve. Double check all hoses for any hair line cracks, they tend to crack on the bottom side alot. Otherwise replace the purge valve it make a huge differnce in the vehicles idle and performance. Also a intake cleaning service helps quite a bit too, most lube centers and shops can do it for about 50-60$. That cleans all the carbon out of your intake plenum, port runners, valves. It may help the valve to stop malfunctioning also, have seen that service clear all codes and bring back lost power and rough idles clear up.
Q:home water heater has 175psi pressure relief valve installed.?
Q:What is the name for a controlled-fill valve?
I've always known them to be simply called motorized valves, but they aren't specifically made to prevent instantaneous pressure build up. They are usually installed as a convenience type of thing and in lieu of solenoid valve which WOULD be an almost immediate full pressure situation, but any valve other than a solenoid activated one will allow for slow build up of pressure. A motorized valve just lets you do it automatically and you don't have to be right at the valve location to open it. Al
Q:bent exhaust valve?
You have several problems here! First of all lets dispense with the marine part, -- which is mostly cooling system conversion! A bent valve -- probably reason for popping, - it is most likely bent inside from striking (being struck) by piston with some possible small piece of metal between top and valve, -- this could be a simple as a piece of broken piston ring, or maybe a screw or nut that has fallen down in intake system some time,- and just now sucked into combustion chamber! Clearance between piston and head not really large when piston all the way up! In order to repair, you need to remove the head and have valve taken out, -- which will probaly require new valve guide replacement! As for rocker arm, it may or may not be involved in actual origional problem! I would have head all checked over to make sure that it is ok,-- as foreign objects inside engine can ruin head also! Now if this is a high time engine, It might be a good idea to pull other head off also, as you have to remove stuff on top and intake manifold to get other one off again, -- (if it has problems later)! The loud noises may have been piston still banging on valve, -or exhaust gasses popping out when ingniton occoured because of valve not seating, -- you could also have bent intake valve, just not as bad, -- and gas popping back out through intake system also!
Q:setting valve lash and proper method?
Just read this again last light. The motor should be hot an normalized before you start. With one valve cover off clean the cylinder head of all old cork gasket residue lay a new gasket on the head and screw the valve cover bolts through the gasket into the head a few threads. There are companies who sell neat little clips that slide on the push-rod end of the rocker arm to reduce the leakage of oil from the push-rods through the ends of the rocker arms. We're going to hear all sorts of whining and disagreement here but Chevrolet hydraulic valve lifters must be adjusted with the engine running. It's written in a factory overhaul book. The oil pressure from the oil pump has to adequately pump-up the hydraulic valve lifters so you can get proper adjustment. Using 3/8 a deep well socket and a long extension, loosen counter clockwise the center rocker-arm nut slowly till you hear the rocker arm clatter. There's two trains of thought how and why the center not should be adjusted. GM says to *very slowly turn the center nut till the clatter disappears. Slowely continue turning the center nut 3/4 more turn clockwise. William Tyler Grumpy Jenkins (Chevrolet race engine builder) always said to turn the center nut to stop the clatter plus 1/8 of a turn more. He did this so the plungers inside the lifters were extended nearly all the way out. This was done to reduce hydraulic lifter pump-up and valve float at high RPM. For the detractors who don't think this is correct, pull the valve covers off a 265, 283, 327 or a 350 with hydraulic lifters after the engine has been off for 30 minutes. You will see every rocker arm is holding the valves in the closed position. It's impossible to adjust the valves with the engine off.
Q:Controlling a butterfly valve?
Edit: the fast literal answer is no with the aid of be conscious in basic terms. each sort of valve may well be usually considered to be a pass administration device. maximum styles of valves, gate, globe, ball, B'fy may well be manually set everywhere from finished open to totally closed and can be set to any in part open place. The term administration valve usually refers to valves, which comprise butterfly types that are immediately regulated to modulate a cost of pass in accordance to a administration sign to the valve actuating device. in specific circumstances the sign is from a distant sensing element such with the aid of fact the temperature sensor controlling a refrigeration expansion valve. sometime the sign is from in the actuating device itself as in a water rigidity regulator on your place city water grant. The sign itself may well be modulating , as above or that's on/off which includes an emergency shutdown valve on a steam turbine or the on/off valve on your washer.
Q:Why can't i start my valve?
what kind of valve are you talking about? A Valvo?? LOL...No really, what kind of valve? Valves do not start, once the engine is fired up then the valve becomes a part of the engines 4 cycle system of opening and closing to allow fuel and air to enter inside the combustion chamber and ignite the fuel to keep the engine running. good luck..
Q:how to replace 1991 honda accord heater control valve?
Do it from underneath. Drain the cooling system and cut the short hose between the heater core and the valve with a sharp knife. Unfasten the actuator cable, loosen the clamp on the heater hose and work the heater hose off it. Use the sharp knife to slice the remains of the short hose off the heater core... be gentle because the soft pipe is easily deforned (which is why you must not try to wrench it off). Put a replacement hose on the new valve and reassemble. When you refill the cooling system be sure to purge the air by opening the bleeder nipple on the upper radiator hose housing at the engine until a steady stream of coolant comes out. Watch out for the sharp edge of the catalytic converter shield! I have a scar on my wrist from learning that the hard way. EDIT - I forgot to mention - if the cable seems to be misadjusted on the valve when you are done, remove the passenger side of the console and look at the mixer linkage in there. The cable housings often slip in the clamps.

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