TRITON ACVs - Accumulator Charging Valves
Triton ACVs (Accumulator Charging Valves) are engineered for simplicity, reliability, with a focus on HSE in the demanding offshore environment our clients operate in. Our patented gas charging valve and system address numerous well known issues of current "legacy" type Mil spec and Shrader valves. These issues include: requirement to use 2 wrenches to safely operate valves, corrosion issues, premature failures due to user over-tightening of the sealing mechanism, vibration pressure unscrewing, elastomer extrusion, projectile risk if unscrewed under pressure, low gas flow capacity, and no ability to field service. Our Triton ACVs and Triton charging system using dedicated tooling address these issues and more.
All Triton valves utilize our patented Triton Core Technology™ and are backed by an unprecedented 3 year field warranty. Triton valves are self-seating and self-sealing and the user has no ability to "over tighten" and damage the sealing mechanism. The robust design and material selections provide an expected field life in excess of 5 years.
6,000 psi - Topside Applications
TRITON ACV PRODUCT LINE
10,000 psi - Subsea Applications
The Triton 10 Series ACV (Accumulator Charging Valve) is rated for bottle pressures to 10,000 psi and is suitable for subsea applications. The Triton 10 Series is constructed of true subsea materials. Valve body is Nitronic 50 and the stem seal is 316L. Valve contains a bias piston subsea close assist to prevent hydrostatic head from opening the stem seal. The 10 Series valve is fully retrofittable and field serviceable. The Triton 10 Series utilizes dedicated Triton tooling for both installation and charging.
6,000 psi - Topside Applications
The Triton 6 Series ACV (Accumulator Charging Valve) is rated for bottle pressures to 6,000 psi and is suitable for topside and subsea applications. The Triton 6 Series is constructed of materials suitable for the offshore topside environment. Valve body is Nitronic 50 and the stem seal is 316L. The stem seal used in the Triton 6 Series is also used in the Triton 3 Series. The 6 Series valve is fully retrofittable and field serviceable. The Triton 6 Series utilizes the same dedicated torque and charging tools used by the Triton 3 Series valves.
3,000 psi - Topside Applications
The Triton 3 Series ACV (Accumulator Charging Valve) is rated for bottle pressures to 3,000 psi and is suitable for land and offshore topside applications. The Triton 3 Series is constructed of materials suitable for the offshore topside environment. Valve body is 316L and the stem seal is 316L. The stem seal used in the Triton 3 Series is also used in the Triton 6 Series. The valve is fully retrofittable and field serviceable and shares the same dedicated installation and charging tools with the 6 Series valves.
Remote Control Valve
The Triton RCV (Remote Control Valve) s rated for bottle pressures to 10,000 psi and is suitable for both topside and subsea applications. The Triton RCV is constructed of true subsea materials. Valve body is Nitronic 50 and the stem seal is 316L. The functionality and versatility offered by the Triton RCV is unprecedented for topside or subsea accumulator applications. This includes the ability to remotely open/close the valve and to access/change bottle pressure both topside and subsea.
Precharge Pressure Indicator
The Triton Tattle Tale (TTT) is a pressure indicator that provides visual indication that precharge is present in a single bottle. This eliminates the time-consuming and labor intensive taks of gauging each bottle individually looking for damaged/leaking bladders. The TTT inserts and receives pressure through Triton 6 & 3 Series topside valves. Hydraulic pressure in a bottle rack is decreased below the the pressure indicator trigger force so the the TTT will then read only gas pressure. If sufficient gas pressure is present the indicator will be visible enabling hundreds of bottles to be checked quickly and safely.