Each different material that the valve is mad of has different limits in temperature and pressure. The stronger the material is, the higher the WOG rating is likely to be. If the pressure or temperature values stated on the valve are exceeded, the valve will be unable to work properly and there is a chance that it may be damaged. The WOG rating ...
Valves carry a variety of markings, some of which are ratings. Common (sometimes older) ratings are WOG and WSP (or sometimes SWP). WOG stands for the water, oil, and gas rating for the valve and reflects the maximum pressure capability of the valve at 100 F.. WSP stands for working steam pressure and reflects the maximum pressure rating for the valve at the highest temperature rating.
API Spec 6A valves (Specification for Wellhead and Christmas Tree Equipment)carry the WOG mark. In this spec the Water Oil Gas pressure rating is the working pressure of the valve at whatever temp class it is in. These valves come in 2,000, 3,000, 5,000, 10,000 15,000 and 20,000 WOG ratings with temperature classes from -75F to 350F.
Re: What does WOG stand for on valves; Author: redwood (CT) The 200 WOG is a class rating that corresponds to the pressure specifications of ANSI 16.34. The valve is capable of many different pressures with different materials and temperatures. To fully comprehend its meaning you probably have to get a copy of the ANSI Spec.
WOG Ball Valves. The common method of stating the pressure rating of ball valves is in terms of WOG. The WOG rating specifies the maximum pressure per square inch that a valve can handle while the WOG indicates the valve is suitable for Water, Oil and Gas.. U.S. Valve offers 400 WOG, 600 WOG, and 1,000 WOG ball valves.
Fire safety valve pressure ratings matter when choosing a valve for fire sprinkler and standpipe systems. QRFS reviews the differences between more than ten common terms manufacturers use to describe valves' pressure ratings, including WOG (Water, Oil, Gas), WSP (Working Steam Pressure), and PSI (Pounds per Square Inch).
high pressure threaded ball valves (includes threaded and socket weld ends) forged carbon and stainless steel asme class 1500 and 2500 / 3000 and 6000 wog features: 1. rugged 3-pc construction 2. full port 3. grounded ball and stem 4. nace mr0175 5. api 607 certified 6. locking lever 7. threaded ends to asme b1.20.1 8. socket weld ends to asme ...
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2 | ValVe Selection Guide 3 Piece Ball ValVeS triad SerieS Full Port ¼” through 4” Standard Port ¾” through 2 ½” Materials Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel Pressure ratings Full Port: 2200 psi WOG
2-PC Full Port SS Ball Valve - Direct Mount Pressure Rating: 1000 psi (69 bar) WOG for 1/4” to 2” / See Page 21 for Actuation 3-PC Full Port SS 1000 PSI Ball Valve TEMPERATURE Pressure Rating: 1000 psi (69 bar) WOG for 1/4” to 4” • Investment cast body and ends • Blow-out proof stem • Full port • FNPT threaded on both ends for B04
Anderson Metals is a manufacturer of 600 WOG full port ball valves made of forged brass. Characteristics include full port, 600 PSI (water, oil, or gas), 150 PSI (steam), quarter turn operation and blow-out proof stem. Contact us today to learn more!