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NPFC - NAVY 45-V-17 - VALVES, GATE, FOR AIR, EXHAUST-STEAM, OIL, OR WATER SERVICES (SHIPBOARD USE) Organization: NPFC
Date: 1952-07-24
AIR FORCE - MIL-V-20231A - VALVES, GATE, FOR AIR-EXHAUST-STEAM, OIL, OR WATER SERVICES (SHIPBOARD USE) Organization: AIR FORCE
Date: 1954-03-09
NPFC - MIL-V-18436 - VALVES, CHECK: BRONZE, CAST-IRON, AND STEEL BODY Organization: NPFC
Date: 1987-11-06
Description: Swing check valves offer less resistance to flow than lift checks and are generally used in systems where gate valves are employed. Lift checks are generally used in frequent reversals of direction are encountered and a pressure drop comparable to globe or angle valves is allowable.
MSS SP 121 - QUALIFICATION TESTING METHODS FOR STEM PACKING FOR RISING STEM STEEL VALVES Organization: MSS
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: It is intended that this Standard Practice apply to qualification of stem packings for Class 150 through 4500 ASME B16.34 or equivalent steel or special alloy valves (including intermediate classes and Standard, Special, and Limited Class ratings) with rotating/rising and non-rotating/rising stems, as traditionally used in globe and gate valves. Other valve stem types (e.g. quarter-turn) may involve additional considerations not within the scope of this Standard Practice.The requirements herein apply to qualification of traditional compression packings.
NASA-LLIS-0499 - LESSONS LEARNED - PRESSURE VERIFICATION DURING PRESSURE SYSTEMS OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE Organization: NASA
Date: 1996-12-09
Description: Description of Driving Event: A maintenance team was removing a gate valve from a high pressure (5000 pounds per square inch) nitrogen trailer at the fill end of the trailer.
NPFC - MIL-PRF-24667 - COATING SYSTEM, NON-SKID, FOR ROLL, SPRAY, OR SELF-ADHERING APPLICATION Organization: NPFC
Date: 2008-05-22
Description: Type XI non-skid system is approved for use in well deck catwalk areas, airlocks, boatswain storerooms, elevator machinery rooms, boat gear repair station, chain locker sump, damage control maintenance shop, deck gear locker, drying rooms, machinery repair shops, mooring stations, nixie winch room, officer of the deck stations, replenishment-at-sea stations, rolling airframe missile handling equipment rooms, sideport door machinery spaces, signal shelter, stern gate machinery and operating gear rooms, and valve repair and test shops. Although laboratory testing is done between 35 °F (2 °C) and 90 °F (32 °C), each individual coating of these non-skid systems is applied in the fleet between 40 °F (4 °C) and 120 °F (49 °C).

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