Understanding Check Valves Webinar

Featured Product from DFT Inc.


Choosing the right check valve is critical to a properly designed process system. The right check valve not only improves overall system reliability, it lowers maintenance costs in the long term. This on-demand presentation explains the fundamental differences between the many styles of check valves. Attendees will learn how to specify and size a check valve to ensure proper flow, increase efficiency, and reduce total cost of ownership.

KEY TAKE-AWAYS:

    • Learn about the many types and styles of check valves
    • Gain a better understanding of basic piping design
    • Learn the fundamentals of valve sizing in general, with an emphasis on sizing check valves
    • Understand how application considerations impact valve sizing

 Speaker: Arie Bregman, VP and General Manager DFT Inc.

 

ABOUT DFT Inc.:
DFT® Inc. manufactures world class, problem-solving, in-line, axial flow, nozzle style, silent check valves, and severe service control valves. DFT engineers design products using the latest CAD, FEA and CFD design technology software. Our staff responds quickly and our systems are designed to deliver reliably within our ISO9001-2008 quality management system. For more than seventy years DFT has solved check valve problems, prevented check valve failure, and water hammer, and solved severe service control valve problems. We take pride in working closely with our customers to solve complicated problems. The results are valves that provide superior performance, long service life, and low maintenance costs. In addition, our customers enjoy confidence in product that is backed by a team of professionals ready to serve and support. 

DFT offers sanitary valves, non-slamming, and non-return valves, chemical valves, vacuum breaker valves, restrictor valves, compressor valves, wafer, threaded, and flanged valves, socket weld valves, soft seat valves, in-line valves, straight-thru design valves, silent check valves, spring assisted valves, horizontal, and vertical valves.