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Wager - 1500-MV - Mud Vent Valve by Robert H. Wager Company, Inc. The 1500-MV Mud Valve is designed for tanks that carry liquid mud. Inside the mud chamber is a ball check that prevents the liquid mud from rising into the upper vertical vent check v.
Wager’s model 1500 vent check valve is mounted vertically on the deck of a ship. In the open position, the valve allows for required ventilation. During heavy seas, our disc style float rises to a buna seat, and prevents water and debris from entering tanks and bulkheads. A 30 x 30 mesh stainless steel screen provides protection from deck.
In Line Vent Check ValveWager's In-The-Line valves are used in locations where for appearance sake, you would not want to expose a vent valve on the ship's deck. It may also be used in areas that do not have adequate space for a vertical or inverted vent check.Wager's In-Line Vent Valves protect tanks and bulkheads from pressure or vacuum buildup during loading or unloading of tanks. The ball.
Founded in 1933 Wager Company is a family owned and operated business for over 80 years. Wager is the original patent holder of the inverted vent check valve and has a full range of rugged tank vent valves and deck equipment for the marine industry. Wager's Wastewater Division offers customers a very unique line of odor control vent valves.
Wager’s 1200 Odor Control Roof Vent is designed for rooftop ventilation as a means to equalize the pressure required to keep steady flows of wastewater in toilets and sinks. Odor may become a problem when the resulting H2S gas from a septic system flows to ground levels by means of wind currents or temperature inversions. 1800 Odor Control Sewer Valve. The 1800 Odor Control Vent Valve.
Check Valve Manufacturer. Check valves are mechanical devices that permit liquids and gases to flow in only one direction, preventing flow from reversing. They are classified as one-way directional valves meaning they have two openings in the body, one for fluid to enter and the other for fluid to leave. Fluid flow in the desired direction opens the valve, while backflow forces the valve.
Wager proudly celebrates 80 years of manufacturing quality valves and deck equipment for the Maritime Industry.