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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.

Safety is paramount when working with high pressure gas valves. Triton gas valves were first installed in Q4 2018 and we have zero reports of close calls or injuries related to our gas valves.  Triton Gas Valve products are intrinsically safe and it is not possible for users to shortcut or otherwise override the unique safety features of our products.  

All Triton valves utilize our patented Triton Core Technologyand 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.    Numerous rigs are still running the same Triton gas valves installed in Q4 2018 and Q1 2019 years on BOP stacks.  The robust design and material selections provide an expected field life in excess of 5 years.

6,000 psi - Topside Applications


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10,000 psi -  Subsea Applications

Patent Pending

6,000 psi -  Topside Applications

Patent Pending

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.  The valve utilizes a bias piston subsea close assist to prevent hydrostatic head from opening the stem seal in an under-balanced condition. 

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.   

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3,000 psi -  Topside Applications

Patent Pending

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. 

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Remote Control Valve

Patent Pending

The Triton RCV (Remote Control Valve) is rated for bottle pressures to 10,000 psi and is suitable for both topside and subsea applications.  The functionality and versatility  offered by the Triton RCV is unprecedented for topside or subsea accumulator applications. This includes the ability to for a single gas connection for charging/dumping while retaining the ability to isolate bottles individually on a circuit. Swivel connection makes tubing runs simple.

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Triton Fuse Blocks. For use with DCBs (Depth Compensated Bottles) made by Parker, Radoil, and Hydac. Our standard fuse block utilizes 3 different banjo bolts depending on the DCB mfg.  The Triton Fuse Block features a scalloped banjo bolt oring relief that allows the banjo bolt to be installed without clipping the banjo oring.  Triton Fuse Blocks also features standard burst discs with short lead times and the ability to position the gauge on either side of the fuse block depending on clearance or preference.

For Depth Compensated Bottles

Simple, Serviceable, Supremely Reliable
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