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  • Kristen Modzelewski

Safety Ballcheck Valves that Reduce Fugitive Emissions for EPA Emission Compliance

Updated: Aug 17, 2023

THE PROBLEM: Power Plants, Chemical Plants, and Refineries have a large number of potential leak sources that can release harmful Fugitive Emissions (FEs) into the environment. This can pose a variety of risks at a facility such as:

  • Damage to the environment

  • Exposing plant personnel to harmful gases / vapors

  • Economic impacts due to loss of product

As a result, regulations are becoming increasingly strict. Many facilities are proactively requiring that any valves procured in future maintenance and repair projects must be low emissions.

THE SOLUTION: The Jerguson® 60LE, 70L, and 70 Series Valves are certified to API 624 and the Jerguson® 360 Series Valves are certified to API 624 and ISO 15848. We offer a wide variety of low emission valve solutions for any glass gage application. As low emission certified valves, the aforementioned valves will prevent volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from being released into the atmosphere.

When used as part of a comprehensive Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) program Jerguson low emissions valves can contribute to the following benefits:

  • Reducing product losses

  • Increasing Safety for facility workers and operators

  • Decreasing exposure for the surrounding community

  • Potentially reducing emission fees

  • Avoiding enforcement actions

Manage your impact by protecting both personnel and the environment while minimizing costs associated with lost commodities.

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