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Strategies to Reduce Nitrogen Oxides (NOx)

Nitrogen oxides (NOx) are a collection of highly reactive chemical compounds formed during combustion processes, partly from nitrogen compounds in the fuel, but mostly by direct combination of atmospheric oxygen

Q: Why do valves leak?

A: Valves are mechanical devices that rely upon seats and seals to create mechanical barriers to control flow. A variety of seat designs create these barriers. With use over time,

Q: What are the standard components of a valve train?

A: Standard components of all valve trains sizes include regulators, in-line strainers, dual-safety shut-off valves, manual-isolation valves, pressure switches, and test fittings. All assemblies are powder coated and pressure tested.

Q: What is a valve, or fuel, train?

A: Valve trains (or fuel trains or gas trains) control the flow of gasses for industrial equipment, such as furnaces, ovens, dryers and boilers, making them a crucial component in