4-Way Valve

Posted on January 10, 2017

A four-way valve is a convenient and simple means of reversing the direction of flow to a compressor. The body is made of ductile iron and comes complete with a handle and flow direction indicator.

Connections: 1” or 1-1/4” NPT and 2” ANSI flanged (300#)

Non-lubricated, full port design with flow indicator

Reinforced PTFE seals and seats

Maximum working pressure: 500 psig (34.5 bar g)

Bypass Valves

Posted on January 10, 2017

The model B166B is a combination bypass and priming valve designed specifically for small cylinder filling pumps such as Corken’s Coro-Flo® regenerative turbine and side channel pumps. The patented vapor elimination system improves the pumping efficiency and minimizes wear by keeping the pump consistently primed. It is a smooth operating bypass with moderate to high pressure build-up and is available in 3/4″ and 1″ sizes.

Flo-Chek™ Valve

Posted on January 10, 2017

The Flo-Chek enables you to detect flow in the gas or liquid lines and prevents release of product from storage tank in the event of a hose failure. Flow-indicating and back-check valves feature all ductile iron construction.

Connections: 1-1/4” up to 4” NPT or weld flanges

Maximum working pressure: 400 psig (27.6 bar g

Horizontal Compressor

Posted on January 9, 2017

When the pressures or capacities of your application are beyond the capabilities of the vertical compressors, Corken’s horizontal compressors are your next option. Unlike Corken’s vertical reciprocating compressors, the horizontal compressor uses a segmented packing design to seal the piston rod.

Liquid Traps

Posted on January 10, 2017

Corken’s liquid traps are recommended in all liquefied gas transfer applications or where the climate or process conditions cause condensation of gases in the suction piping. A gas compressor cannot tolerate even a few drops of liquid. Liquid slugging causes severe damage to the compressor and in some cases can destroy it completely. We offer three types of liquid traps that will fit a variety of applications.

Regenerative Turbine

Posted on January 9, 2017

A regenerative turbine pump pressurizes fluid the same way as a centrifugal pump. It accelerates the fluid to convert kinetic energy to potential energy. The regenerative turbine pump differs from the centrifugal pump because it breaks the acceleration/pressurization process into dozens of separate steps. The fluid is slightly accelerated and slightly pressurized with each step.

Side Channel Pumps

Posted on January 9, 2017

Side channel pumps perform well in high differential pressure applications like carrousel filling stations, autogas filling stations that use below ground tanks, aerosol filling stations, and boiler feed. Suitable for propane, butane, ammonia, water, refrigerants, and many more.

Sliding Vane Pumps

Posted on January 9, 2017

Sliding vane pumps are used in a wide range of applications within the LPG, refined fuels and chemical industry. The sliding vane pump is a popular design for applications requiring flow rates of 20 gpm or more. The sliding vane design combines low cost with high reliability and easy maintenance.

Vertical Compressor

Posted on January 9, 2017

Our industrial compressors are compatible with a wide variety of hazardous, volatile, toxic, and corrosive gases such as chlorine, vinyl chloride, methyl chloride, sulfur dioxide, butadiene, hydrogen, helium and many more. Each compressor is available with a standard mounting or we can custom engineer a compressor package for you. We now offer an ASME B31.3 – 2012 piping option for all of our compressor packages and skids.