Whitey Introduces New Severe Service Valve

—Literature Available Whitey Co. of Highland Heights, Ohio, is offering free literature on a new severe service on-off valve that is now available from the company.

The valve is rated to 10,000 psi (68,900 kPa) and meets ANSI B- 16.34 Class 4500. Valves supplied with Monel stems meet N.A.C.E.

MR-01-75 for sour gas service.

Designated the "HNB," the rugged new valve also provides high flow capacity. The 0.250-inch orifice allows a flow coefficient (Cv) of 0.86.

Other features include a union bonnet design and a blowout proof stem for safety, a non-rotating Stellite ball tip for repetitive shut-off without galling, and 316 stainless-steel construction for corrosion resistance.

An adjustable, three-piece packing provides a positive stem seal. In addition, the threads are above the packing to insure long cycle life in non-lubricating systems.

All valves are 100 percent factory tested for function, shut-off and external leakage.

For further information and a free copy of the literature on the new severe service valve from Whitey Co., Circle 44 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 5,  Feb 15, 1985 New York

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