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The Expanding Network of Valves

The Expanding Network of Valves

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Valve Packing & Gasket Research and Development Devices

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Understanding Functional Safety Standards

Understanding Functional Safety Standards

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The Expanding Network of Valves

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Spirax Sarco Introduces the Fig 36HP Strainer Range Rated to ASME Class 600 Standards

spirax sarco fig 36hpSpirax Sarco is pleased to announce the release of the Fig 36HP stainless steel Ytype strainer rated to ASME Class 600 standards and therefore meets the needs of a wider range of applications.

The Fig 36HP is designed to protect equipment from pipeline debris such as scale, rust, jointing compound, weld metal and other solids in flowing liquids or gases making this ideal for the Oil and Petrochemical market.

 

This new range of strainers has a large screen area providing high Cv and low pressure drop as well as making the frequency of blowdown for cleaning considerably reduced. The Fig 36HP strainer is capped, drilled and tapped to enable a blowdown valve to be fitted to drain and clean the screen in service, therefore reducing system downtime. The Fig 36HP features a wide range of strainer screen options that are available in stainless steel, Monel, perforations, and mesh.

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14 wnt cover 160x214Inside the Winter 2014 issue…

• Compression Packing Friction
• Wireless Technology
• Purchasing Standards
• New EPA Concerns

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