Pump Station Control

Pump control valves (PCVs) are required to accurately control fluid outlet pressure to operate the pipeline and transport fluid cost-effectively. Variable frequency drive (VFD) pumps are capable of 99% or better uptime, and during those times, the pump station valve may be wide open or at a large opening. If the VFD fails, the pump station valve will be required to accurately and effectively control the fluid pressure without any vibration or noise problems.  

The PCV is required to operate very quickly for surge control and have excellent pressure efficiency to ensure the station is operating at the lowest cost per pumping a barrel of liquid. The Fisher V250, V260 and E-body are all designed to provide excellent PCV operation and can meet the critical operating requirements of pipeline transmission companies.

Cavitrol III trims are used for cavitating liquid applications in various globe and angle valve bodies, including the Easy-E, EH and HP product lines.
The V250 Hi-Ball rotary control valve is designed for heavy-duty throttling and on-off control of liquid or gas applications. These valves operate on a rotary motion input through a splined valve-shaft/actuator-shaft connection for use with power or manual handwheel actuators. The V250 Hi-Ball valve is typically used for throttling and controlled flow applications in gas transmission lines, gas distribution, or liquid pipelines.
The Fisher E-body globe control valve family has industry leading technical features and can be configured to handle virtually any challenging process condition. Fisher E-bodies feature multiple quick change trim choices in an unmatched variety of material choices, flow characterizations and CV selections to suit a variety of service conditions.

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