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Seal Welded Seat Ring For Globe Valves

Seal Welded Seat Ring For Globe Valves

Seal Welded Seat Ring For Globe Valves

(OP)
Would someone help me in the seal welding of renewable seat ring in the globe valves. actually looking for an standard instruction or process specification of seat ring seal welding in the globe valves.

RE: Seal Welded Seat Ring For Globe Valves

Sounds like a bad idea to me. Why do you want to do it?

Size of valve?

Vendor?

Drawing / photo?

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RE: Seal Welded Seat Ring For Globe Valves

Yeah, bad idea that.

If it’s an isolation globe then it’s normally threaded into the body with a spot weld.

If it’s a control valve the run the other way quickly...

RE: Seal Welded Seat Ring For Globe Valves

(OP)
Thanks for your consideration.
Actually it s an Orion brand four inch class 900 Globe Valve.
It has a renewable seat ring that would be threaded because of its chuck nut and has welded because we could not open it.
So am looking for a instruction or procedure for that.

Thanks again everyone.

RE: Seal Welded Seat Ring For Globe Valves

Ask Orion or search their website for an operating and maintenance manual.

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RE: Seal Welded Seat Ring For Globe Valves

(OP)
Ok. Thanks

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