Check valves, Axial Flow
Goodwin International Limited, world renowned for and the market leader in the design, manufacture and supply of Dual Plate Check Valves for use in the world`s hydrocarbon, energy and process industries, in 2007 added the Goodwin axial check valve to its range of check valve solutions.
Based in the United Kingdom, Goodwin sells internationally exporting to over 50 countries. Goodwin offers outstanding support to its customers listed amongst whom are many of the world`s end users, oil majors and international engineering contractors.
With 35 years of valve manufacture and selling internationally, Goodwin has an enviable reputation for quality of product at internationally competitive prices.The information required in this questionnaire is mandatory in order that the design of the valve can be completed
Complimenting the Goodwin Dual Plate Check Valve range, the Goodwin Axial Check Valve expands the range of Goodwin non-return applications to more severe and critical duties.
In applications where forward flow can very quickly turn into reverse flow, ie high system decelerations, non-slam check valves are essential. Non-slam check valves are designed to react to the high deceleration rates by closing very quickly, prior to the reverse velocity reaching damaging levels. With a combination of a lightweight closure member, spring assistance and a very short amount of disc travel, the Goodwin Non-Slam Axial Check Valve is extremely responsive, closing in a fraction of a second. This ensures that reverse velocity does not increase to levels that can cause surge damage or reverse flow though pumps and compressors, both of which can be very costly to the user.
The Goodwin axial Check Valve is available in 2 closure member designs dependent on size. Solid disc for sizes 1″ through to 10″ and the Ring disc design in sizes 12″ and above. The Goodwin axial design uses no soft parts and is therefore inherently fire-safe. Also as there are no wearing parts, it is maintenance free. The springs are sized according to the flow rates to ensure that the valves are in the fully open position during normal use. This minimises cycling of the spring, giving the valves a long design life without regular maintenance.
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