CEPAI’s Mud valves, A dependable design for rigorous heavy duty service in abrasive conditions and specifically engineered for the tough requirements of oilfield service, our design for mud valve has soft seal and metal to metal seal structures, double screw drive, quick open and close, reliable seal makes long service life, and bonnet can be removed easily to check trims rather than separating all parts of the valve. It’s connection CEPAI has flange, union, screw and welding type.
Standard Mud valves are in accordance with API 6A 21th latest Edition, and use the right materials for H2S service according to NACE MR0175 standard.
Product Specification Level: PSL1 ~4 Material Class: AA~HH Performance Requirement: PR1-PR2 Temperature Class: LU
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|Model||Flange Type Mud Valve/Union Type Mud Valve/Welding Type Mud Valve/Screw Type Mud Valve|
|Working Temperature||-46℃～121℃(LU Grade)|
Floating slab gat e design
A slab gate with “T” slot stem connection allows the gate to float to the seat providing a tighter pressure responsive seal.
In-line field repair ability
The bonnet is easily removed for internal parts inspection and/or replacement without removing the valve from the line. This design implicity permits fast and easy service without the need for special tools.
Heavy duty roller bearings
Large, heavy duty stem roller bearings reduces torque.Unique, abrasion-resistant, one piece seat design.
The seat assembly consists of two stainless steel insert/support rings to which a resilient elastomer is permanently bonded.
The elastomer provides tight shut off after long use in abrasive service. The stainless steel rings are corrosion and erosion resistant. The rings are specially designed to ensure maximum bonding strength for the elastomer. The one-piece design makes field replacement easier.
Locking seat alignment
The seat assembly is engineered with a metal “lock shell” that anchors the seat in the bottom of the valve. This design ensures accurate seat alignment with minimum resistance to flow.
Body wear rings
Surface hardened alloy body wear rings back up both sides of the seat. These rings extend the service life of the valve by absorbing erosive wear that can damage the body around the seat bore area.
Rising stem design
The DM 7500 uses a rising stem design which isolates and protects the threads from the line medium.The rising stem also indicates gate position.
Visual position indicator lens
A clear position indicator lens allows the operator to easily determine whether the valve is open or closed. The indicator lens also helps to protect the stem threads from the weather.
Replaceable stem packing
The stem packing can be replaced without removing the bonnet from the valve (3″ – 6″) saving time when this maintenance may be required (note: line and valve pressure must be relieved before performing this maintenance).
The body cavity area is designed to allow continuous “flushing” by the fluid flow. This action prevents the valve from “sanding up”, even in standpipe installations.