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moodley (Petroleum) (OP)
19 Mar 02 6:41
We have a few wafer check valves manufactured by Mission Valve and Pump. We do not have any information on these items. I tried locating the company via the internet - but had no luck. Can anyone help with info on the valve (maintenance, service etc..) or the manufacturer.
Valve details are:
Mission Valve and Pump
Houston, Texas.
Size: 14"
Fig No.: 60 SNF
Model: 8? or B?
CWP-PSI  1440
Rating : 600

Thanx

Helpful Member!  mgp (Mechanical)
19 Mar 02 14:12
Try this link

http://www.cranevalve.com/pdfs/duochek/duochek.pdf

Check the first line on page 3.

It could look as if Cranevalve has taken over Mission, otherwise at least they should know

This guy also sells Mission check valves it looks
http://www.johnhcarter.com/prod-valves.html

Use www.google.com for internet search
This usually gives good results

Regards
Mogens

moodley (Petroleum) (OP)
20 Mar 02 5:05
Thanx Mogens,
I appreciate your help. It seems that Crane is the place to start at. I will get a hold of them. The first link you gave was very helpful.
Regards,
Dev
DME (Mechanical)
21 Mar 02 7:31
Check with Audco India Limited, Walthon weir - france, Thompson - UK, B&W - spain,
mehrishi (Mechanical)
9 Apr 02 11:47
You can check with entech valves or goodwin valve they are basically into wafer design check valve (non slam dual plate check valve)
ssinclair (Mechanical)
14 May 02 21:08
I know a good valve to replace the Mission wafer valve.  Try dft-valves.com
stanier (Mechanical)
15 May 02 3:07
You might like to check Tyco as I belkieve they have taken over the Mission Duo Check business from Dreadnought.
mpw (Electrical)
19 Aug 02 15:00
I was looking for the same thing and found: http://www.mastewart.com/pdf/Duochek.pdf
jdptx (Specifier/Regulator)
15 Oct 02 12:47
The figure number 14 60 SNF Duo Check valve manufactured by Mission Valve and Pump was not produced after 1972.  It is an ANSI 600, raised face smooth finish, carbon steel body and disc; Neoprene seat; 316 SS spring and hinge shaft.  While it is an older Style B valve, the face-to-face dimension still complies with the current standard API 598.  Mission Valve and Pump Company was acquired by TRW and became TRW Mission.  TRW sold the Duo Check brand name and product line to Marlin Valve Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Stockham Valve and Fittings.  Stockham was acquired by Crane Valve.

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