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Gate Valve Modification

Gate Valve Modification

Gate Valve Modification

(OP)
Hello,
I gonna to do some modification on gate valves and I'd like to have information about a suitable handbook for the calculation of the minimum wall thickness required and other specification necessary for the final design approval.
Thanks

each other suggestion will be appreciate!

RE: Gate Valve Modification

Hi,

what is the standard on which your valve is designed? The information you have provided is insuffiecient for a practical suggestion.

If you want a general opinion,then you can always go to a search engine like 'google' and get a answer.

RE: Gate Valve Modification

(OP)
Hi,
my Valves should be designed on API6/API2 standard. They was designed to work in high H2S concentration and at 10k psi. I can not add more details cause I inherited them whitout the right documentation.

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