Kings Energy Services manufactures, distributes, and repairs a wide range of ANSI & API valves for various applications. We are also a Large bore ANSI/API Valve Repair Center up to 48” offering full inhouse repair, welding, machining, testing and recertification.
We perform API/ANSI servicing on valves in the field and in-house, ranging in size from 1 inch to 48 inches. Our field units are manned by experienced operators and offer side-entry options, which enable a cost-effective method of removing and repairing casing valves in-line (while under pressure). In our shop facilities, we perform in-house grinding and machining. Our pressure-testing equipment is rated up to 60,000 psi. All ANSI/ API valves are inspected, reconditioned, and tested to meet (or exceed) OEM specifications before they leave our facilities.
Receiving & Dismantling
Valves are given a visual inspection to record the received condition, identification numbers, make, model, serial number, flange ratings and any irregularities. After proper safety precautions are completed, valves are dismantled and thoroughly cleaned.
Reconditioning and Replacement of Parts
Components are inspected for wear or damage. Parts are either reconditioned or replaced using OEM manufactured parts.
Assembly & Testing
Valves are re-assembled using quality OEM manufactured parts. After assembly, each valve is tested to ensure proper functioning. Charts are available upon request.
Ranges and Sizes
API/ANSI valves with inlet sizes up to 48”
Pressures up to 60,000 psi
Kings Energy manufactures a number of API/ANSI products, including:
Choke valves, Saf-T-matic ESD’s, Flo-King ball valves (for highly corrosive applications), and Barber pig valves.
Kings Energy is also certified to:
Construct, repair and/or alter ASME B31.1 Power Piping
Manufacture, repair and/or alter Category A, B, C, D, E, F & H fittings in accordance with CSA B51.
Our experienced staff and technical engineers will either repair your existing API/ANSI valves or find a suitable customized solution. Contact us with your API/ANSI questions.