Addressing Certified Low Leak Valve Sealing Technology

Many plants are faced with increasing scrutiny on fugitive emissions, particularly from valves. Valves are typically responsible for over half of the fugitive emissions in a plant. This results in a high degree of examination for assessment and leakage reduction.
A large refinery, or chemical plant, can have over 100,000 valves and finding leaks can be a difficult task. In situations that involve fugitive emissions, it is best to be proactive and employ the correct standards and best practices to prevent leaks in a cost-effective way.
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