Mud Torque

Mud Valve Torque Requirements: How much effort should it take to operate a mud valve?

When writing a specification on torque requirements for mud valves, where should one look for guidance? Luckily, AWWA already did the work for us. 

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Sluice Gates and Knife Gates

Sluice Gates and Knife Gates: Which type is best for you?

The term sluice doesn't refer to a valve at all. In reality, a sluice is any water channel that is controlled at its head by a gate.

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Penn-Troy Stainless Steel Mud Valve Whitepaper

Stainless is Painless!: Mud Valves for Corrosive Environments

Tanks and basins are often filled with materials too corrosive for standard mud valves to withstand. Choosing the proper materials for your mud valve is key to long-term performance.

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Penn-Troy: Hydrostatic Pressure Relief Valve Whitepaper

What a Relief: Choosing a Reliable Floor Type Pressure Relief Valve

When choosing what type of hydrostatic pressure relief valve to specify for your system, reliability is the most important factor to consider.

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Penn-Troy: Indicators vs. Floor Stands for Mud Valves

Indicators vs. Floor Stands for Mud Valves

With all the options available for mud valves out there it can be difficult to determine what’s really necessary for your application.

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Penn-Troy: Rising vs. Non Rising Mud Valves

Rising or Non-Rising?

Is it better to choose a rising stem over a non-rising stem for your mud valve? The answer isn’t always black and white.

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Stemming from the Thread

The method used to create a threaded stem makes a big difference.

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Weighted Flap Valves

Weighted Flap Valves:

What You Need to Know Before Ordering

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NSF 61

NSF / ANSI 61:

What this means for water treatment

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