How to Eliminate Water Hammer When Pumping at High Velocities
Learn more about elastomeric check valves and ways they can prevent this issue.
Sponsored by: Proco Products, Inc.

A variety of issues can occur with check valves depending on their application, construction and style. Steel flap, swing and double-door valves can rust, stick or become jammed with debris. When these valves fail, they allow backflow. Abrasive sludges or corrosive slurries can create wear and damage to valves, making them inoperable.

A major problem caused by poorly designed or operating check valves is valve slam and water hammer. Learn more about how to prevent this detrimental event from happening.

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