Check Valves for Submersible Inslaliations

Pelikan, Robert
June 2008
National Driller;Jun2008, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p14
Trade Publication
The article discusses the different types of check valves and offers information on the proper application and installation of check valves in submersible pumps. It describes three kinds of check valves which can be used with submersible pumps including spring-loaded, stem and cage poppet-style. Moreover, it provides details on the appropriate measurements for installing these check valves in various depths.


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