- Custom Engineering
Application-specific, custom-engineered solutions for severe service applications
Custom requests are part of our legacy. MOGAS has been in the business since 1973, engineering and fabricating that one exclusive valve that is a non-standard crucial component for your operating system. Unique bore sizes, different end connections and special trim materials are accomplished through our engineered products group.
Changing people’s perceptions and work habits are the biggest challenge when offering creative solutions.
At MOGAS, we partner with plant and process engineers to understand their whole flow process—and what they are trying to achieve. Only then can we engineer a solution that is application specific.
Below are some of the products MOGAS has engineered to solve isolation and flow control problems.
These valve configurations may involve multiple severe service valves that need to operate in a specific sequence or operate in such a manner that some are automatically closed when others are opened.
Extremely high pressures require extreme engineering and proven manufacturing skills to mitigate any process / personnel safety concerns. Often chemical / petrochemical isolation valves must provide tight shut-off for severe operating conditions, as well as potentially toxic chemicals.
Special piping or process requirements often create operational challenges for severe service valves. Dimensional sizing constraints often limit commodity valves. MOGAS has been able to offer uniquely fabricated and manufactured ball valves that meet operational specifications, maintain process integrity, fit mechanical dimensions and honor deadlines.
Applying proven technology from decades of experience in isolation valve design, the MOGAS y-pattern valve provides the optimal solution for combining process functions, reducing required space, and diverting or isolating flow within a single valve body. Metal-to-metal sealing gives dependable, repeatable isolation in high temperature, high pressure and solids laden process streams.
- Minimal areas for solids to accumulate reduces the likelihood of plugging in hydrocarbon streams that are prone to coke formation.
- Ability to divert or isolate flow on one, or both, of the downstream legs while in continuous operation.
- Maintenance efficiencies are ensured by using the same internal components as other MOGAS isolation valves in the same size and pressure class.
- Additional block valve on each downstream leg—provides double block (and bleed if needed) on each of the diverted streams.
- Automation using one or two actuators, based on requirements.
- Application-specific purging designs are available as needed.