King's Energy Services Ltd is engaged in servicing, setting and testing of safety valves, safety relief valves and relief valves. Valve Servicing is either performed in-house or in field (ANSI or API valves only) by technically trained and skilled personnel who comply with all appropriate industry codes and regulations. To assist in the reduction of downtime for producers KING'S has an assortment of valves in stock to be used for exchange, and/or sale. KING’S also has the capability of servicing a variety of valve makes and models including:
King's employs highly trained and experienced individuals to handle your relief valve requirements. From new valves sales to existing services all our technicians are directly trained from the manufactures. King's also carries over $1.5 million in quality OEM parts.
Safety Relief Valves
- Taylor Valve Technology Inc. (Canadian Distributor)
- Farris Safety Relief Valves (Approved Distributor)
- Anderson GreenWood
King's Energy utilizes an efficient assembly line operations system to service and repair all relief valves. The operations go through several stages in order to maintain a high quality assurance program.
- Receiving & Dismantling
All valves are given a visual inspection observing the general condition recording any identification numbers, make, model, serial number, and abnormalities. After all proper safety precautions have been taken the valve will be dismantled in accordance with manufacture’s recommendations.
- Reconditioning and Replacement of Parts
Components are inspected, and measured to the standard specified by each manufacture. Parts are either reconditioned to manufactured specifications or replaced using OEM manufactured parts.
- Assembly& Testing
Special care is taken to properly assemble each valve using quality OEM manufactured parts. After assembly, each valve is tested on one of five test benches to its appropriate PSI range and sealed according to industry regulations.
Ranges and Sizes
- Valves of sizes up to and including 8" with a maximum pressure setting of 1,440 PSI using air
- Valves of sizes up to 2" fluid service with a maximum setting of 20,000 PSI using liquid
- Valves of sizes up to 8" with a maximum setting of 1,300 PSI using air or liquid.
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011