|10" Coker Valve before restoration|
"A delayed coker is a type of coker whose process consists of heating a residual oil feed to its thermal cracking temperature in a furnace with multiple parallel passes. This cracks the heavy, long chain hydrocarbon molecules of the residual oil into coker gas oil and petroleum coke. Delayed coking is one of the unit processes used in many oil refineries."
Velan Valve is a world leader in providing valves for coker applications. They have over 2,000 valves currently installed in delayed cokers worldwide and have valves have been in service 1983.
|10" Coker Valve after restoration|