A gate valve, also known as a sluice valve, is a valve which opens by lifting a round or rectangular gate/wedge out of the path of the fluid. The distinct feature of a gate valve is the sealing surfaces between the gate and seats are planar, so gate valves are often used when a straight-line flow of fluid and minimum restriction is desired.Features: - Size: - 25 NB TO 500 NB Material: - CI, CS, IC, CF8, CF8M, GUN METAL (OTHER MATERIAL GRADE ON REQUEST) End Connection: - Flanged end ANSI B 16.5, 150#, 300# and Screwed Operation Type: - Hand wheel, gearbox or electric actuator Pressure Rating: - 150# AND 300# AND OTHER CLASS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
Manifolds are instruments that come with one or more valves, which can be connected to a transmitter. There are some specially designed manifolds to be mounted to a pressure transmitter.They are mostly made of stainless steel, carbon steel, or alloys. Manifolds can be a perfect alternative to multivalve systems. Manifolds are widely used in sectors such as oil & gas, chemicals, wastewater, power, and so on. They help measure static, variable, gauge, and differential pressures.
There are typically three types of hydraulic pump constructions found in mobile hydraulic applications. These include gear, piston, and vane; however, there are also clutch pumps, dump pumps, and pumps for refuse vehicles such as dry valve pumps and Muncie Power Products. The hydraulic pump is the component of the hydraulic system that takes mechanical energy and converts it into fluid energy in the form of oil flow. This mechanical energy is taken from what is called the prime mover (a turning force) such as the power take-off or directly from the truck engine. With each hydraulic pump, the pump will be of either a uni-rotational or bi-rotational design. As its name implies, a uni-rotational pump is designed to operate in one direction of shaft rotation. On the other hand, a bi-rotational pump has the ability to operate in either direction.Types of Pumps : Gear Pump Piston Pump Vane Pump