Valbart designed the Trunnion Mounted Control Ball Valve (TMCBV) to operate at high pressures while minimizing the torque needed to operate the valve. The spring-loaded, process energized seats offer tight (Class IV and Class V) shutoff at any pressure. In most cases, the TMCBV's capacity is greater than that of a comparable globe valve. This allows the customer to use a smaller, lighter valve and experience cascading savings. This valve also requires a smaller, less expensive actuator and less expensive pipe supports.
The Valbart TCSGV through conduit slab gate valve is the oil and gas industry’s choice for liquid and gas applications requiring reliable, tight shut-off to prevent leakage and minimize losses from process contamination. It is ideal for pipeline applications requiring pigging capability. Its full-bore design features spring-energized seats and a floating slab gate to ensure both low- and high-pressure sealing capabilities.
Double Block and Bleed Valve is a side-entry ball valve, with either a bolted or welded body, designed for use in upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas applications. It requires two in-line isolation valves and a bleed valve used to drain or vent trapped fluid between the two closure elements in order to safely isolate the downstream pipe. This feature can be achieved with one single valves complete with a bleed port between the obturators.
The Valbart Cryogenic Ball Valve meets demanding end-user requirements for leak rate and fugitive emission performance. It's body construction and flexible trim configurations ensure proper safe isolation. It is bi-directional (std) or uni-directional (upon request), side entry or top entry with fire-safe design, with an anti-static feature and automatic cavity relief.