They cover protecting steel pipelines from permanent ground deformation using expanded polystyrene geofoam, internal pipe lining as a mitigation tool, system modeling for seismic events, managing pipeline integrity, and seismic gas shutoff valves and excess flow valves.
What does EFV stand for?
EFV stands for Excess Flow Valve
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 12 other meanings of EFV in our Acronym Attic
- Electrical Function Utility Suite (electronics software)
- European Forum for Urban Safety
- École Française de Vilnius (French: French School of Vilnius; Vilnius, Lithuania)
- Écoles Françaises de Voile (French: French Sailing School)
- Efavirenz (pharmaceutical drug)
- Electric-Field-Variant Function
- Electronic Viewfinder
- Enhanced Fixed Variable (rate)
- Entente Football Villages (French: Football Village Agreement)
- Espace Familial de Vie (French: Family Life Space)
- Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle
- Epilepsy Foundation of Virginia
- Electric-Field Variant Atomic Orbital
- Environmentally Friendly Vehicles Conference (UK)
- Emerging from Van Doors (band)
- Europeans for Verifiable Elections
- Extracellular Fluid Volume Expansion
- European Forum of Vocational Education and Training
- Electric-Field-Variant Gaussian-Type Orbital
- Een Fiets Voor Iedereen (Dutch)
Samples in periodicals archive:
PHMSA announced the start of a rulemaking designed to determine whether it should expand its requirement on distribution pipelines to install excess flow valves (EFVs).
PHMSA starts rulemaking on EFVs The PHMSA announced the start of a rulemaking designed to determine whether it should expand its requirement on distribution pipelines to install excess flow valves (EFVs).
To ensure proper functioning of the system, liquid amine line pressure and nitrogen pressure safety switches and an excess flow valve are interlocked with an explosion-proof valve for fail-safe shut off in the event of pressure loss due to line breakage or low nitrogen supply pressure.
At around noon that day he was filling a 100-pound propane cylinder when an excess flow valve malfunctioned.
UMAC Incorporated, the world leader in Excess Flow Valve (EFV) technology for residential and commercial natural gas applications, Jaeco Fluid Systems, a manufacturer of chemical metering pumps, fittings, and check valves for the fluid process and agriculture industries, and GasBreakers Inc.
The bill uses identical language with regard to any PHMSA rule requiring distribution pipelines to install excess flow valves (EFVs) on lines serving apartment buildings, commercial and industrial facilities.
With the new Tracer Snap-EFV Identification System, gas companies no longer need costly, removable, secondary tagging to mark Excess Flow Valve (EFV) installations.