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Nace-compliant safety screens.

A new range of flange mount, Hi-bar safety screens made entirely of MP35N nickel cobalt based alloy have been introduced by miniature component specialists Lee Products. These safety screens are compliant with Nace MR0175/ISO 15156 and are designed to offer exceptional corrosion resistance and extreme strength for challenging, harsh duty applications found in the oil and gas industries.

Their rugged, one piece design enables the screens to withstand pressure differentials up to 7500 psi without rupture. Also, their excellent resistance to crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking make them also suitable for other hostile environment applications, such as chemical and food processing, medical and marine industries.

They are available in six different flange sizes and eight different hole sizes, ranging from 0.002-inch to 0.020-inch in diameter although custom designs are available to suit specific application requirements.

Meanwhile, the company has also introduced a new line of Lee Floserta flow regulating valves, specifically designed for the harsh duty applications found in the oil tool industry. The valves are constructed entirely of corrosion-resistant materials that are compliant with Nace specification MR0175/ISO 15156. The Lee Nace compliant Floserts provide a constant flow rate over a wide range of differential pressures up to 8000 psid.

Lee Nace compliant Floserts are available in regulated flow reverse directions, with regulated flow rates available from .01 to 5 GPM. Sizes range from .250-inch to .500-inch in diameter. Each Lee Flosert is 100 per cent tested and inspected to ensure reliable, consistent performance, eliminating the need for additional in-house testing.

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Publication:Oil & Gas News
Date:Dec 3, 2012
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