Adanac hots up...
The test capabilities now range from temperatures as low as -196ºC, up to +400ºC, for cryogenic testing, type approval testing and fugitive emissions prototype/ production testing, covering test specifications such as BS EN 15848 Shell SPE 77/312, BS EN 1626, BS 6364, Shell SPE 77/306, 77/200 and others. These tests may allow manufacturers of process equipment to qualify a new or existing range of products for additional or more severe service conditions, increasing their potential customer base dramatically.
In addition, such tests may give an end user confidence in a particular product to perform in more extreme applications, or enable them to select a product which discharges fewer emissions. With the ever increasing demand on production sites to reduce fugitive emissions, this is an important factor to consider.
The nature of our business means that we are regularly required to interpret complex test specifications. Coupled with Adanac’s impartiality, this ensures that manufacturers, stockists and end users alike can be confident in our ability to perform such tests to the highest degree of integrity.
In addition to the range of valves that we are able to test, we can also test other pressure / process equipment including strainers/filters, safety relief valves, pressure regulators and solenoid valves.
Adanac Valve Specialities
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Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 21
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