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The Current State of R&D in the Valve Industry

The Current State of R&D in the Valve Industry

As valve end-user industries become more complex a...

The Industry Comes Together at the 2015 Valve World Americas Show

The Industry Comes Together at the 2015 Valve World Americas Show

The George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston h...

From Cannon Balls to Pressure Seals: Graphite for Sealing

From Cannon Balls to Pressure Seals: Graphite for Sealing

Graphite has qualities that make it a great choice...

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Mueller Water Products Reports 2015 Third Quarter Results

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Mueller Water Products, Inc. announced that for its fiscal third quarter ended June 30, 2015, net sales were $301.0 million, compared with $318.5 mill...

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A-T Controls M-Series Metal Seat Ball Valves for High Temperatures and Abrasive Surfaces

a-t controls m-series metal seat ball valvesNew M-series metal seat ball valves from A-T Controls are engineered with specially coated matched balls and seats to stand up to high temperatures, pressures and abrasive materials encountered in the oil/gas, chemical, power generation, pulp and paper, food processing and mining industries.

Valves in the M-Series have a temperature range of -20°F to 661°F, and a pressure rating up to ANSI class 600. M-series ball and seat materials include stainless steel, stellite welded, and hard chrome-plated steel, allowing the valves to perform well in applications involving abrasive fluids and steam. Two optional coatings are also available - a tungsten carbide (TC) coating for heavy slurry environments, and a chrome carbide (CC) coating for higher temperature applications. An oversized stem prevents deformation at higher pressures and temperatures. Larger ball design provides a tight seal, preventing leakage, and an Inconel seat spring maintains positive contact between the ball and seat during operation.www.a-tcontrols.com

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Valve Magazine Summer 2015Inside the Summer 2015 issue…

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