Control Valves and Equipment

Sizing and dimensions of control valves & equipment in steam and condensate systems

Back Pressure and Steam Trap Capacity

Back pressure in a condensate systems will reduce the steam trap capacity

Control Valve Sizing - Steam Systems

Calculate control valves in steam systems

Control Valves - Sizing and Selection

Size and select control valves to match process requirements

Flow Coefficient - Cv - and Formulas for Liquids, Steam and Gases - Online Calculators

Flow coefficient and proper design of control valves

Flow Coefficient Cv and Flow Factor Kv

Comparing the flow coefficient Cv with the flow factor Kv

Safety Relief Valves Capacities

Safety valves and maximum free air relief capacities

Safety Steam Valve Installation Guide

Guidelines to safety steam valves installation

Safety Valve Standards

An survey of international safety valve standards. The most common used standards in Germany, UK, USA, France, Japan, Australia and Europe

Safety Valves in High Pressure Steam Systems

Sizing safety valves after boiler output power in high pressure systems (kW and Btu/hr)

Safety Valves in Low Pressure Steam Systems

Sizing safety valves after boiler output power in low pressure systems (kW and Btu/hr)

Safety Valves in Saturated Steam Systems

Calculate relief valves in saturated steam systems

Steam Control Valves - Calculating Kv Values

Design of steam control valves and their Kv values

Steam Flow Through Orifices

Steam flow through orifices - steam pressure ranging 2 - 300 psi

Steam Leak through Orifices

Steam leaks ranging 250 - 600 psi

Steam Trap Safety Factor

Selection of steam traps and safety factors

Steam Trap Selection Guide

A steam trap selection guide - Float & Thermostatic, Inverted Bucket, Bimetal Thermostatic, Impulse and Thermodynamic Disc steam traps

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