gate valve


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gate valve

[′gāt ‚valv]
(mechanical engineering)
A valve with a disk-shaped closing element that fits tightly over an opening through which water passes.

gate valve, full-way valve

gate valve
A flow control device consisting of a wedge-shaped gate which can be raised to allow full, unobstructed flow or can be lowered to restrict the flow passage; not intended for close fluid flow control nor for very tight shutoff. (See illustration p. 456.)
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The 40DH heated blade knife gate valve can be configured with a hardened ductile iron flow cone, wear liner or replaceable seat for easy and economical rebuilds.
Praxair Surface Technologies understands the difficult operating conditions wellhead gate valves are subjected to in the oilfield service industry," said Robert Potter, senior vice president for Energy Processing and Global Surface Wellhead, FMC Technologies.
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This requirement narrows the choice between a ball and gate valve, with some relatively small variations in subtypes and a variety of actuators to select from.
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com)-- Lined Valve Company, an American owned and run small business, has for almost 20 years been successfully designing and manufacturing knife gate valves for a diverse range of industrial and municipal applications.
It is designed for use on frozen bearings, slides, gate valves, hinges, and chains.
That sent Pride Cast Metals, a firm that casts gate valves, nozzles and other components for the petroleum industry, searching for a way to overcome the low production rates and increased costs.
With closed loop position feedback, this actuator offers precise control of rotary motion in applications such as gate valves and fly-by-wire steering systems as well as articulation control in large vehicles.
If you must leave your boat in the water, close all seacocks and gate valves, except for the cockpit drains.