High Pressure Ball Valve Subsea 

High pressure valve subsea many we find in application Oil and Gas Industry

* Well-Head Control Panels * Chemical Injection Skids * Hydraulic Power Units * Subsea Work-Over Panels *Alternative fuel

High Pressure Ball Valve

10SB Series, 10,000 psi (690 bar)
15SB Series, 15,000 psi (1 034 bar)
20SB Series, 20,000 psi (1 379 bar)

Subsea Check Valves

Maximum working pressure: 20,000 psig (1,379 bar)
Working temperature: -20°F to 250°F (-29°C to 121°C)
Maximum water depth: 13,800 ft (4,200 meters)
Maximum external pressure: 6,000 psig (414 bar)
Cracking pressure: 14 psig~26 psig (0.966 bar~1.794 bar)

SC Series
SCO Series

Subsea Hydraulic Directional Control Valves

Subsea Hydraulic Directional ControlValves
Working pressure up to 15,000 psig (1034 bar)
Pilot working pressure: 3,000 psig (207 bar)
Maximum external pressure: 6,000 psig (414 bar)

Subsea Hydraulic Needle Valve

Maximum working pressure: 20,000 psig (1,379 bar)
Working temperature: 0°F to 250°F (-18°C to 121°C)
Maximum water depth: 13,800 ft (4,200 meters)
Maximum external pressure: 6,000 psig (414 bar)

Pneumatic High Pressure Ball Valve

Piston Style Pneumatic Needle Valve
Air to Open (Normally Closed) : Small, compact, piston actuator, Air-to-open with spring return, Maximum working pressure for air operator, 100 psig (6.9 bar)
Piston Style Pneumatic Needle Valve
Air to Close (Normally Open) : High actuator cycle life, Tested to 100,000 cycles at 100 psig ( 6.9 bar) with no leakage, no signs of wear or fatigue, Maximum working pressure for air operator 100 psig (6.9 bar)

Pneumatic Needle Valve

Piston Style Pneumatic Needle Valve
Air to Open (Normally Closed) : Small, compact, piston actuator, Air-to-open with spring return, Maximum working pressure for air operator, 100 psig (6.9 bar)
Piston Style Pneumatic Needle Valve
Air to Close (Normally Open) : High actuator cycle life, Tested to 100,000 cycles at 100 psig ( 6.9 bar) with no leakage, no signs of wear or fatigue, Maximum working pressure for air operator 100 psig (6.9 bar)