Control Choke Valve With 'OMEGA' Trims and 'Tendril' Trims | Series 9000

Control Choke Valve with Omega and Tendril trims

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

JFlow 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. JFlow’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).