Proper Pressure Relief Valve Maintenance and Repair is CRITICAL

In the process industry, there is nothing more stressful than unexpected downtime that can affect business revenue. Pressure relief valves are the last line of defense to prevent a catastrophic event from occurring. Allied Valve’s top priorities are safety, plant … Continue reading

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Allied Valve, Inc., Enhances Pipeline Valve and Actuation Services with Purchase of Edgen Murray Corporation’s Ohio-based Valve Services Business

This partnership strengthens Allied Valve’s pipeline repair service capabilities in the Midwest and Northeast United States and brings together two highly experienced valve and automation teams under one roof. Riverdale, IA – Barry Shoulders, President and CEO of Allied Valve, … Continue reading

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New Projects or Turnaround Coming Up? Don’t Overlook These 3 Critical Pieces of Equipment

Spring is fast approaching! That means you’re probably busy planning your next new project or scheduled turnaround. When it comes to reviewing valve service and replacement requirements, three critical pieces of equipment are often overlooked: Rupture discs – All rupture discs … Continue reading

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Cash Valve FAQ: Type B Industrial Pressure Regulators

A version of this article first appeared on Valves Depot. This guide answers some of the most common questions about Cash Valve Type B pressure regulators.  What kind of devices does Cash Valve manufacture?  Cash Valve manufactures pressure control devices, … Continue reading

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How Often Should You Test Your Pressure Relief Valves?

Your pressure relief valves (PRVs) are some of the most important pieces of equipment in your plant. They are what protects your systems from overpressure events that can damage your systems and, in some cases, have catastrophic consequences. One of … Continue reading

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Lower Total Cost of Ownership, Increased Operating Efficiency, and a Smaller Carbon Footprint: Why the Consolidated 2900 Series Gen II POSRV Is a Game-Changer

Valve technology doesn’t change all that frequently. But every once in a while, a new technology appears that truly changes the game. Consolidated’s 2900 Series Gen II pilot-operated safety relief valve is one of these game changers. This innovative valve … Continue reading

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Control Valve Services To Get Your Plant Up and Running

Are your control valves sticking? Leaking? Just not performing as well as they used to? Many industrial plants that had projects and upgrades planned this year have found those projects delayed or even canceled. The result is that the existing … Continue reading

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Have an Outage Coming Up? 4 Ways To Stay On Schedule and Within Budget

The end of summer is fast approaching, and for many in the energy and chemical sectors, that means a planned outage. But this fall outage season will look a little different from most. The onset of the pandemic earlier this … Continue reading

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The 4 Top Reasons Pressure Relief Valves Become Bad Actors

Poorly performing pressure relief valves, aka bad actors, can cause unplanned downtime for your facility. And, as you know, that downtime can be very expensive — in the range of thousands of dollars per hour or more once you factor … Continue reading

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Eliminate Leak Paths and Curb Fugitive Emissions with Masoneilan’s Camflex GR and Low-Emissions Packing

For plant engineers and maintenance supervisors in the oil and gas, chemical, and petrochemical industries, fugitive emissions are always top of mind. The EPA takes emissions very seriously, and companies that don’t comply with regulations can face fines or worse. … Continue reading

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