New underwater chemical injection valveThe new Roxar subsea chemical injection valve (high flow) promises total control over the injection of hydrate inhibitors.The valve provides operators with control over the flow and chemical dosage rates of hydrate inhibitors, such as monoethylene glycol.Features include:• Operation at pressure of as much as 10,000 psi and depth as deep as 3,000 m. It is qualified to operate within a contaminating fluid environment, such as sand particles, without any need for subsea filtration. It also has no moving parts, except when adjusting flow rates, resulting in a longer life cycle. The valve can be retrieved by a remotely operated underwater vehicle wit...

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