Plunger valve

Sponsored by

Plunger valve

The Henry Pratt Series 300 Plunger Valve is a flow control valve that reduces cavitation and stagnant water creation to help water systems improve operational safety, efficiency and flow control. The new valve contains a valve actuator mechanism that provides non-linear closure with precise surge resistance and effective control ranges as high as 96 percent. The plunger's O-ring seal, which is located outside of the cavitation zone — and four hard faced cylinder support guides — work together to help minimize wear and provide the valve with a longer operational lifespan.

Henry Pratt Co., a subsidiary of Mueller Water Products
www.henrypratt.com

Sponsored by

RELATED ARTICLES

TODAY'S HEADLINES

DC Water's $2.9M wastewater pipeline rehab contract nears completion

SAK Construction has announced that it is nearing completion of a $2.9-million contract for the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority to install 4,800 linear feet of 48-inch cured-in-place pipe in sanitary sewer lines that run under the 1757 Golf Club in Dulles, Va.

Onsite Hypo Generation Helps MBR Plant Reduce Disinfection Chemical Cost

Operations management for a 9.5-MGD membrane filtration plant (MBR) in Mason City, Iowa, has reported successful onsite generation of sodium hypochlorite as an alternative to bulk purchase of hypo, thereby substantially lowering disinfection chemical cost and improving the reliability of its disinfecting application.

WateReuse releases how-to guide for building acceptance of potable reuse

The WateReuse Research Foundation recently announced that it has released a how-to guide for building support for potable reuse on the statewide and community level.

Resource Spotlight

Collection of reading materials for the municipal drinking water and wastewater markets.

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA