General Valve Twin Seal for Zero Leaks and Easy Flow Control and Direction of Oil and Gas

Energy Products Company is among the largest vendors of different types of valves used across industries to regulate the flow of liquids and gases. Its inventory of general valve twin seal double block and bleed valve is the largest in the world.

According to announcements released by Energy Products Company, it holds the most extensive inventory in the world of the general valve twin seal double block and bleed valve.

These valves find application in multiproduct fuel manifolds. The manifolds handle a heavy workload and are not always under supervision. The positive-shutoff twin seal plug valve delivers a reliably tight seal that disallows adulteration of the contents in the pipeline. Any contamination results in avoidable and extensive expenditure. By investing in the general valve twin seal, businesses can prevent dirt and other materials from mixing with gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, and other oils.

The modern double block and bleed valve is also an excellent choice for hydrant isolation because of the speed with which these can be closed. Maintaining these valves is not a complex task. A bubble-tight seal ensures zero leaks. Hydrant pressure tests are simplified because of the quick hydrant isolation that these valves allow.

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Energy Products Company said, “Introduced in 1941, General Valve Twin Seal plug valves were the first to meet the rigid requirements of double block-and-bleed service. In the years since subtle yet significant design refinements have further improved valve performance. Superior design innovations, pride in manufacturing workmanship, and selection of the best materials support our commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction. In meter block service, the differential pressure across each closed valve is shallow.

No assistance is required from the line pressure to energize or compress floating seals to make them hold tight. The seals typically rely on springs to press them against the ball unless the body cavity in a ball valve is vented. The ball valve may be leaking until the user opens the bleed. Then, the reduction of the body pressure introduces a hydraulic force on the seat that may stop the leak. The user can form a false impression that the ball valve is holding tight when it actually leaks. In contrast, the mechanical wedge action of the valve plug compresses both the upstream and the downstream seals firmly against the valve body, needing no help from the line pressure.”

About the Company:

Energy Products Company, established in 1973, is one of the largest distributors of different types of valves that find use across industries in diverse conditions. It specializes in liquid pipeline operations and natural gas pipeline operations.

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Address:P.O. Box 809
City: McMurray
State: PA 15317
Country: United States
Website: https://www.energyproducts.us