Read about sliding gate valves, how they work, why they outperform in steam service, and read a case study describing how installing Jordan sliding gate control valves tightened a customer’s dryer temperatures and helped increase throughput.
Instrument, mechanical or project engineers may see a multitude of temperature applications cross their desks. Their immediate reaction might be to employ a temperature control loop. But could a mechanical, self-operated temperature regulator be a better solution for the valve application? Read this white paper to find out.
When selecting valves for pressure reducing applications, first you must decide whether the application requires a control valve in order to be effective, or if a
self-operated or pilot-operated regulator will be sufficient. When engineering the application, the Droop Effect of self-operated and pilot-operated regulators is the
primary factor to consider.