Our superior metal valve body is forged from high-strength alloy steel and engineered with superior geometry and toughness to give unparalleled performance in the most punishing applications. The combination of the valve body with revolutionary insert materials makes these valves the industry leader in lifespan and total cost of ownership.
Our range of valve products are offered in snap-on or bonded valve types. Snap-on valves allow for polyurethane replacements. The bonded valves are manufactured with a multi-step process to chemically attach the polyurethane to the metal valve. The entire bonding process is automated to ensure a consistent coating for every valve. This process yields the highest possible bond strength for elastomers and will outlast other bonding methods in harsh environments.
Orange Crush Frac Pump Valve
Don’t let scheduled maintenance cycles slow you down
We understand that valves and seats are a considerable part of a fracturing operation’s total maintenance costs. Service companies rely on pre-established valve and seat maintenance schedules. Having the confidence to lengthen these maintenance intervals will have a positive effect on your bottom line. The Orange Crush™ frac pump valve employs an optimized insert geometry paired with a field-proven polyurethane material designed to prolong the life of both the valve and seat. This revolutionary geometry decreases the materials strain as it compresses during operation.
Features and benefits:
- Optimized insert geometry paired with an abrasion-resistant polyurethane material provides superior performance
- Increased wing guide diameter improves alignment
- Forged high-strength steel unibody construction provides consistent performance and longer life
- Available in P4 and P5 sizes
Seat Wear Comparison
There is a direct correlation between valve life and seat life. As the valve begins to wear, the impact force causes the seat’s strike face to wear. As this wear depth increases, it exponentially decreases the life of the valve. Measuring the wear on the seat can be used as an indicator for how well the urethane cushions the impact. Less impact force is indicated by less seat-wear depth. Testing has shown that the seat housing of the Orange Crush valve has 60% more life remaining than the seat with a conventional geometry valve on average. This proves that the Orange Crush valve also causes the seat to last longer.
Service Master II Valve
Our Service Master II valve is the industry standard for well service applications. Specifically, these valves are designed to handle proppant, cement, well service fluids, and acid. The valve has a full-open design for maximum flow characteristics. The standard polyurethane insert has a maximum temperature rating of 180°F (82°C), maximum pressure rating of 20,000 psi, and is designed to handle a low-to-moderate solid content.
- Hydraulic fracturing
- Coil tubing
- Pump down
Black Lightning Valves
Our Black Lightning™ valves are designed for increased toughness while maintaining high mechanical properties in the most challenging applications. Its unique composition and design increases resistance to harsh environments.
- High HCL acid
- High temperature
Any of our valve offerings can be paired with one of the Service Master II seats for maximum performance. The seats are made from a low-carbon alloy steel and are heat treated with a superior carburizing process. This provides a very hard, wear-resistant surface and a tough interior to withstand the repeated impacts that occur during operation. Each component’s geometric profile and sealing surface have been optimized for a precision fit.
MISSION Valve Specifications
|Urethane Type||Urethane Color||
|SMII||Yellow||180 (82)||20,000 (138)|
|Orange Crush||Orange||180 (82)||20,000 (138)|
|Black Lightning||Black||300 (148)||20,000 (138)|
|Viton||Black||400 (204)||20,000 (138)|
MISSION Valve Availability
|3.060 in.||4.156 in.||4.500 in.||5.000 in.||5.625 in.|
Need technical support or spare parts?
For support on MISSION pumps and expendables, contact us via email at [email protected].