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The valve seat in an internal combustion gasoline or diesel engine is the surface against which an intake or an exhaust valve rests during the portion of the engine operating cycle when that valve is closed. The valve seat is a critical component of an engine in that if it is improperly positioned, oriented, or formed during manufacture, valve leakage will occur which will adversely affect the engine compression ratio and therefore the engine efficiency, performance (engine power and engine torque), exhaust emissions, and engine life.

Plunger pump used for pumping ultralow-temperature liquid nitrogen

InactiveCN102889191ASolve the problem of easy heat absorption and vaporizationReduce deliveryPumpsPositive-displacement liquid enginesReciprocating motionEngineering
The invention relates to a plunger pump used for pumping ultralow-temperature liquid nitrogen, which comprises a power end and a cold end, wherein the cold end comprises a cold end shell; one end of the cold end shell is provided with a plunger; the other end of the cold end shell is provided with a suction inlet and an exhaust port; the positions of the suction inlet and an exhaust port of the cold end shell are provided with a valve seat; one end of the plunger is connected with a power end; the other end of the plunger is mutually matched with the cold end shell and the valve seat to form an inner cavity; the valve seat is provided with a first channel and a second channel, wherein the first channel is used for communicating the inner cavity with the suction inlet; the second channel is used for communicating the inner cavity with the exhaust port; a lower-pressure valve used for controlling the liquid nitrogen to be sucked into the inner cavity is arranged between the first channel and the inner cavity; a high-pressure valve used for controlling the liquid nitrogen to be discharged out of the inner cavity is arranged in the second channel; the plunger is driven by the power end to carry out linear reciprocating motion in the inner cavity so as to drive the lower-pressure valve or the high-pressure valve to be opened and closed; when the low-pressure valve is opened, the liquid nitrogen enters the inner cavity from the suction inlet; when the high-pressure valve is opened, the liquid nitrogen is discharged out of the inner cavity from the exhaust port; and the cold end shell is provided with an overflow port communicated with the inner cavity.

Cold end of low-temperature high-pressure plunger pump

InactiveCN109404274ASolve the problem of being unable to pump low temperature and high pressure liquid nitrogenHigh conveying medium temperaturePositive displacement pump componentsFluid removalHigh pressureLiquid nitrogen
The invention belongs to the technical field of low-temperature high-pressure plunger pumps, and particularly relates to a cold end of a low-temperature high-pressure plunger pump. The cold end comprises a cold end shell body, a plunger and a cylinder sleeve, wherein the plunger is arranged inside the cylinder sleeve, the cylinder sleeve is located inside the cold end shell body, a connecting locking device is arranged at the front end of the cold end shell body, the cold end shell body comprises a left cavity and a right cavity which communicate with each other, the right cavity internally comprises the cylinder sleeve, a valve set and a discharging flange, and the valve set comprises a valve seat, a high-pressure valve arranged in the valve seat and a low-pressure valve arranged betweenthe cylinder sleeve and the valve seat. According to the cold end of the low-temperature high-pressure plunger pump, the novel valve set structure adopts metal sealing, continuous opening and closingof the high-pressure valve and the low-pressure valve are achieved, and normal-pressure ultralow-temperature liquid nitrogen is converted into high-pressure low-temperature liquid nitrogen and is discharged so that the requirement for high-frequency opening and closing can be met, the characteristics of being low in conveying medium temperature and high in output pressure are achieved, and the problem that a common plunger pump cannot pump the low-temperature and high-pressure liquid nitrogen is solved.

Long-service-life split type valve seat

The invention discloses a long-service-life split type valve seat. The long-service-life split type valve seat comprises linings and bases. The linings are embedded into the outlet ends of the bases.The linings are matched with a valve body for use. Each lining is a tungsten carbide alloy. The long-service-life split type valve seat has the beneficial effects that the valve seat is composed of the linings and the bases, the linings are made of a hard alloy material, the hardness, the strength, the wear resistance and the corrosion resistance of the linings are improved, and the service life of the valve seat is greatly prolonged; the valve seat is of a split structure, once abrasion occurs, only the linings or the bases need to be replaced, integral replacement is not needed, maintenanceis convenient, the time and labor are saved, and meanwhile the production cost of an oil and gas field is reduced; the appropriate diameter sizes of the linings can be selected according to the working pressure, the conveying medium, the degree of abrasion of the valve body to the valve seat and the like in actual working conditions, and the application range is wide; the linings and the bases arein various shapes and can be combined according to actual working condition requirements, and the applicability is high.

Laterally-actuated dispenser with one-way valve for storing and dispensing metered amounts of substances

A dispenser for dispensing a substance, such as a pharmaceutical, ophthalmic, dermatological, cosmeceutical, cosmetic or other product, has a body defining a variable-volume storage chamber for storing the product. A dispensing portion of the dispenser is connected with the body and defines a bore coupled in fluid communication with the storage chamber for receiving substance therefrom, and an outlet aperture coupled in fluid communication with the bore. A one-way valve of the dispenser includes an axially-extending valve seat and an axially-extending flexible valve cover seated on the valve seat and defining a normally-closed, axially-extending seam therebetween forming a fluid-tight seal between the valve cover and valve seat. The flexible valve cover is movable relative to the valve seat and the seam is connectable in fluid communication with the outlet aperture to allow the passage of substance through the seam and out of the dispenser. The dispenser further comprises an actuator and piston assembly including a piston receivable within the bore, a manually-engageable actuator connected to the piston for moving the piston between first and second positions relative to the bore to dispense substance within the bore through the outlet aperture, and an integral, dome-shaped spring coupled to at least one of the piston and the actuator for biasing the piston in a direction from one of the first and second positions toward the other.

Fluid dispensing valve assembly

A dispenser for dispensing charges of fluid from a container and applicable to a mouth of the container with the container in an inverted position and the mouth down. The dispenser includes a body formed of resilient elastomeric material having a hollow annular upper part having a flexible, resilient annular wall and an upper and lower end and constituting a bellows which is downwardly expansible and upwardly contractible by flexing of the annular wall. The body has integral with the bellows a lower part having a discharge port. The dispenser includes a first check valve at an entry end of the bellows operable for flow of fluid into the bellows on expansion thereof and operable to block flow of fluid from the pump member out of its upper end on contraction thereof. A second valve is operable for dispensing the charge of fluid from the bellows down into the outlet nozzle on contraction of the bellows and to block flow out of the bellows outlet on expansion of the bellows. The second check valve has a valve seat member at the intake of the bellows and outlet nozzle, has at least one outlet port below the valve and a spring biased to keep the poppet valve seated against the valve seat such that the fluid is expelled through the poppet valve, outlet nozzle, and outlet port on contraction of the pump member.
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