choke valve


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choke valve

[′chōk ‚valv]
(mechanical engineering)
A valve which supplies the higher suction necessary to give the excess fuel feed required for starting a cold internal combustion engine. Also known as choke.
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Gas modular Skids are integrated packages consisting of Inconel 625 cladded flowline with choke valve, HIPPS system, shut off valve, flow meter, chemical injection system, wellhead control panel, PLC & RTU systems, communications, fire and gas, UPS and Blower.
This is the third time Kent Introl has held frame agreements with Statoil for its control and choke valve products, having previously secured contracts from 1996-2001 and 2007-2015.
The API 6D specification for pipeline valves is generally applicable beyond the Christmas tree and production choke valve to provide ESD/PSD protection for shale flow lines from gathering points, to processing operations for separation and treating, and onto storage facilities and custody transfer stations.
I direct you to provide me a written procedure for opening the choke valve as quickly as possible without damaging the well should hydrocarbon seepage near the well head be confirmed.
However, in a letter to BP chief managing director Bob Dudley, Admiral Allen demanded a written procedure for opening the choke valve.
These adjustable choke valve snubbers are typically used to protect pressure gauges from pressure perturbation, surges and fluid hammering, often caused by reciprocating compressors and pumps.
One customer's choke valve bodies, for example, would take days to manufacture since they required milling on multiple faces, turning, boring, drilling, and tapping.
On choke valve installations this 1:1 bevel gearbox is an essential component in the clamp utilized for diver-less retrievable systems.
Wasting usable energy across a choke valve in this way offers no added value to production.
Bill McKelvie (above right) and Nick Reid (centre) have been appointed choke valve sales engineers working in the sales team and overseeing the technical preparation of customer quotations of choke valves for both the surface and sub-sea oil and gas industries.
CCI's severe service choke valve for oil and gas production uses a combination of proven DRAG[TM] velocity control technology and advanced materials to provide longer trim life and precise process control.
In addition to robust growth opportunities, industrial valves market is also facing various challenges such as volatility in raw material prices and dependence on imports for large-size choke valves.