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Engineered Check Valve Solutions for Natural Gas Applications

Effective and reliable natural gas transmission requires a complex network of interconnected metering and compressor stations, processing plants, storage facilities, pipelines, valves, and other equipment. When it comes to compressors and gas applications, operational efficiency and safety are the highest priorities. In this webinar, discover the role of check valves, and how to resolve flow issues and avoid failure.



Date: May 19, 2021
Time: 1 PM EDT (10 AM PDT / 7:00 PM CEST)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Effective and reliable natural gas transmission requires a complex network of interconnected metering and compressor stations, processing plants, storage facilities, pipelines, valves, and other equipment. These systems rely on many types of compressors and flow systems to transport and move the gas from one place to another, without contamination or leakage.

When it comes to compressors and the gas applications they are used in, operational efficiency and safety are a high priority. Reliable check valves are needed in this process to protect compressors and other high dollar machinery.

In this webinar, we will discuss the many applications in which check valves are used throughout the journey from well to distribution. You will discover the important role of check valves and how to resolve flow issues and avoid failures.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn about check valve applications in natural gas
  • Discover the role of check valves from well to distribution
  • Analyze the types of compressors used
  • Understand key specifications to check valve sizing

Speaker

Arie Bregman, Vice President and General Manager, DFT Inc.

Arie Bregman is Vice President and General Manager for DFT Inc. located in Exton, Pennsylvania,. Bregman has spent over 35 years in the valve industry, with companies such as Nibco, Jamesbury and Metso. Arie holds a master of science degree in mechanical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He is active in the Valve Manufacturers Association (VMA) in the U.S., serving on the education and training and technical committees, and is also chairman of the VMA Board of Directors.