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    Hi I been working on Coke Tarred Valves at new Job. Its messy and dirty, but interesting. Lots to learn. Anyone here ever do Vlave repairs for a Living? I was wondering if theres even Information pertaining to Valve reeapir available to study up on..?? Thanx Mike

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    Are you talking car engine valves ..or something else

    all the best.markj

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    • #3
      If this is gas engine i can help with a two different angle jobs and what the benefit of each is,and maybe some performance(better flow)ideas on them.

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      • #4
        From the description I would guess something else.
        James

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        • #5
          The valves are controlling the flow of the tar that comes from the final step of oil refining. The still called the “coker” takes the last heavy/sludgy liquid and boils off the tar leaving pure carbon, coke. I can imagine the condition those valves must be in. Pipeline valves, probably plug valves or, maybe, ball valves.

          Try searching for valve manufacturer web sites, Cameron Valve, Dresser, Masoneilan, Flowserve, United Valve, are some.

          JFLingg
          JFLingg @ 25 miles east of Colorado Springs, Colorado

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          • #6
            One more.........used to work for them when they were known as "Fisher Governor Co."

            http://www2.emersonprocess.com/en-US...rolValves.aspx

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