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What's going on? Gas wells in TX over pressure!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 25440465:MV8yMDE2NjMwXzMzODg4NzE4X0MyQjJCNzdF] [quote:Anonymous Coward 10743136:MV8yMDE2NjMwXzMzODg3ODUzXzYyMzNGQzk5] Hey OP, just curious on some small details here. Are you sure you are taking about a relief valve and not a by-pass or recycle valve? From my understanding a relief valve is not designed to relieve on a daily basis. This would prematurely fatigue the relief spring and make it inoperable. And just to clarify, a Process Relief Valve (PRV) is designed to relieve back into the process stream. A Process Safety Valve (PSV) is an emergency device designed to relieve to the atmosphere or flare. One more thing, you say you calibrate communications equipment, so are you calibrating the actual relief or the comm equipment? [/quote] oooooooh, God . . . . . . . [/quote]
I work for a mobile instrumentation company In Beaumont Texas. We service instruments that communicate wirelessly in several different fields and industries. This weekend we received over 140 Calls for instrumentation checks and calibration, All of which were natural gas wells. Is anyone seeing anything like this in other areas?
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