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Posted November 28, 2017

How To Solve Your Descale Valve Unreliable Shifting Issues

Have you noticed a degradation in the surface quality of your steel? Chances are that you have at some point. This is one of the most common issues for all steel engineers who use standard metal seat poppet descale valves. It’s usually due to unreliable shifting of your poppet descale valve.

Posted October 19, 2017

3 Crucial Components You Need for Your Pump Bypass Control System

One of the biggest issues that steel mills need to control for is the overheating of their pumps so they aren’t damaged. Many mills use a continuous bypass flow to keep their pumps cool. But, this solution wastes a lot of energy and it’s expensive. A better way is pump bypass control.

Posted October 03, 2017

3 Preventive Measures to Prolong Your Hydraulic Valve's Service Life and Save You Money

If you’re like most maintenance managers, high-pressure water valves are one of the pieces of equipment on which you hate to go over budget. But, it’s also one thing you just don’t have time to think about…until you have to. Those two scenarios don’t work well together. What if you could add a few simple preventive maintenance measures that would make your life easier? Here are three that can help prolong your...

Posted August 24, 2017

5 Key Factors You Need to Know to Select the Right Hydraulic Valve

Selecting the right valve for your hydraulic system is rarely an easy task. Most of us want to be able to install the valve and then only think about it when it’s time for maintenance. Understanding the factors you need to consider when selecting the valve is the best way to make sure you don’t have problems once it’s installed.

Posted August 03, 2017

5 Reasons You Need to Upgrade Your Hydraulic Valves Now

Hydraulic and descale valves are the type of equipment that you tend to only think about when there’s a reason. And, those reasons usually relate to problems such as leaks, malfunctions, system downtime, etc. When addressing these issues, do you look for quick, band-aid-type fixes or long-term solutions?

Posted June 22, 2017

4 Extreme Customized Specialty Hydraulic Cylinders in Action

When it comes to system designs for steel/aluminum plants or nuclear and hydro power generating plants, you’ll need to incorporate hydraulic or specialty cylinders to move loads or to enable movement in specific applications.

While there are standard cylinders available, some applications require special designs due to the nature of the environment or the work it’s required to do. Hunt Valve designs and...

Posted May 05, 2017

Hunt Valve Has Your Biggest Takeaway at AISTech 2017

If you're heading to AISTech 2017 in Nashville, Tennesse from May 8-11, make sure you stop by the Hunt Valve booth #1351. You'll get the best takeaway for saving money on descale valve costs and return to work a hero! What could that be? We have the best, longest-lasting descale valves available! Our Mega-Flo C Plunger Valve and Proportional Poppet Valve are designed with state-of-the-art ceramic technology. The...

Posted April 27, 2017

Restoring Your Descale Valve: A Deeper Dive into Remanufacturing

In an environment as harsh and rugged as a rolling steel mill, your descale valve is going to need repairs at some point, especially if you haven’t replaced or upgraded your valve in several years. And, with many steel plants using a run-to-failure strategy, chances are simple repairs won’t be enough. You’ll need to remanufacture your valves.

Posted April 18, 2017

How to Detect Internal Descale Valve Leaks Before it Wrecks Your System

If you’ve been in the descaling industry for a long time, you’ve likely encountered your share of valve leaks. Leakage in descale valves can quickly turn into an entire system nightmare. We’ve got a guide that explains how to prevent leakage by selecting the right valve. But what if you have a leak in your current valve? How can you identify a leak and how do you handle it?

Posted April 12, 2017

What You Need to Know About Descale Valve On-Site Maintenance

Maintenance costs are a drain, but necessary to keep your system up and running in good working order. Regularly scheduled on-site maintenance is a convenient way to keep your valves working at their best. Knowing that, what should you look for in on-site maintenance services?

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