Control Choke Valve With 'OMEGA' Trims and 'Tendril' Trims | Series 9000
The Series 9000 surface choke valves are ideally suited to the majority of choke applications in the well head of oil and gas industries. Normally, 3 phased choke fuids (hydrocarbon gas, oil and send & water) enables the fow velocity to be controlled through the valve by the various multi-hole, multi-stage cage trim (Tendril Trim) and conventional Cage trim.
The Series 9000 design combines features such as a wide range of 'OMEGA' trim (labyrinth disk stack trim) designs. This means it is ideally suited to meet the various severe service choke process control requirements that are demanded from a wide range of oil and gas industry related applications.
- Flow Direction: Flow to Open or Flow to Close
- Max. Fluid Temperature: 1049°F
- Minimum Fluid Temperature: -320°F
- Seat Leakages: ANSI B16.104 Class IV or V
- Body: Angle or Straight Globe
- Bonnet Type: Stud Bolted
- Flow Characteristics: Linear, available Equal Percentage and Modifed %
- Cv Ration: 30:1 to 800:1
- Diaphragm actuators, heavy duty cylinders (spring-cylinder and double-cylinder), electric motors
- Applicable for various instruments (positioner, SOV, Limit switch)
A Wide Range of Control Valves
J-Flow Controls offers a wide range of control valves, from the most simple “V-notch” ball control valves to segmented V-ball and engineered globe control valves. J-Flow’s broad product offering and use of our own control valve sizing program, allow us to analyze customer’s requirement and apply the best valve for the application. J-Flow has an excellent track record of saving customer’s money by providing the least expensive type of valve without compromising performance.
All modulating control valve quotes are provided with a Control Valve Sizing Data Sheet to ISA standards. Noise and cavitation prediction data is also included. J-Flow globe control valves utilize a variety of special trims to reduce noise or reduce and/or eliminate potential cavitation. Latest technology accessories include positioners and other communication devices that incorporate pneumatic, analog (I/P), and digital technologies (HART, Profibus, Foundation Fieldbus, AS-I, wireless).