How do Mass Flow Controllers work?
Mass Flow Controllers (MFCs) are useful for measuring and controlling the flow of liquids and gases. Commonly employed across a wide range of semiconductor, industrial and laboratory applications, MFCs offer low flow accuracy, repeatability and relative immunity to temperature and pressure fluctuations... Read More
Why choose a pressure regulator from Welker?
Welker has provided some of the most reliable and innovative solutions to the global oil and gas industry over the last 65 years. They’ve patented over 80 solutions for a variety of challenges within the oil and gas sector, including the IRA Automatic Insertion Probe Regulator and WelkerScope for... Read More
What does a solenoid valve do?
A solenoid valve is an electrically controlled valve used for the automatic control of fluid flow. The solenoid part of a solenoid valve is actually an electric coil that has a movable ferromagnetic core or plunger at its centre. In the closed position, this plunger shuts off a small orifice.
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Why you should choose Welker Jet® control valves
The Welker Jet® is the only natural gas control valve designed by a natural gas engineer specifically for the needs of the natural gas industry. Invented in 1958 by Robert H. Welker, founder of Welker Engineering, the Jet® is still untouchable more than 60 years later. No other control valve can... Read More
Introducing our range of Welker products
Welker Engineering manufactures specialised instrumentation for the oil and gas industry. Their extensive product line provides a wealth of effective solutions for countless oil and gas applications, from sampling to conditioning, filtering, regulation, injection, containers and control. All of their... Read More