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Frozen Seal valves

Frozen Seal valves

Frozen Seal valves

(OP)
Hi Members,
I am looking for information on Frozen Seal valves, application, construction and also manufacturers of such valves.
Frozen Seal valve, type Butterfly valve and Frozen Seal valve type Gate valves. Pneumatically actuated with manual gear as bypass.
Appreciate any inputs towards this.

RE: Frozen Seal valves

honestly no idea what this is. sounds like an application specific .. of normal valves?

Luke | Valve Hax | https://valvehax.com/

RE: Frozen Seal valves

YES,
sealant in jection fittings will be installed on both the stem and seats

RE: Frozen Seal valves

(OP)
Dear Colin,

Thank you for your reply and noted the point, do you know of any manufacturer, who can supply this frozen seal valves.

Best regards,
Anand K

RE: Frozen Seal valves

Please explain in more detail what you want.

RE: Frozen Seal valves

(OP)
Dear Gerhardl,

Thank you, I am looking for some basic information on Frozen Seal valves, what is different about of such a valve (i.e. frozen seal valves) in comparison to a normal Butterfly valve and Gate valves.
Which Valve company manufactures these valves. Appreciate your inputs.


RE: Frozen Seal valves

K Anand, no one will be able to help you find what you are looking for if you can't describe what you are looking for. or what kind of application you are needing the valve to perform in.

Remember, name doesn't do much good if no one recognize it, or if it's not common.

Luke | Valve Hax | https://valvehax.com/

RE: Frozen Seal valves

(OP)
Dear Hitokiri San,

Thank you for your message, I am also trying to find more about this valve from the end user, so I can provide as much details as possible. Once I have them, I will be posting the same here.

RE: Frozen Seal valves

Once again: Frozen as in ice frosted/bound seals encrusted by frozen water below freezing point? Protection as in steam jaceted or electrick line heated?

You owe us al an explanation, engaging in trying to help you!

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