Frac valve repair

We know Frac, infact We know your Buisness

If you are in the Frac Tree/ Wellhead business, We understand Your needs, Your wants, and Your problems. With current  pump rates and the addition of 90-100 mesh frac aggregates taking  a toll on your investments. It can be quite frustrating to get your valve fleet repaired and back in service to make your next pad, and keep your customer moving forward. With extensive repair knowledge on API valves,crosses, Goat Heads, we have the ability to position your fleet to succeed for even the most demanding conditions. For the most demanding customers.  

Our personal experience

Our Founder and CEO has personal and first hand Experience in the operation and challenges of being a wellhead surface equipment supplier and service company. With years of experience  in the management, operation, and service side of both large corporate and smaller family run wellhead shops, He has a uniqe insight to your business that you will not find anywhere else. 

What do our customers have to say?

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What can we repair?

At Normak we have ability to repair every sealing surface on the valve body and bonnets, we can also repair what is considered "seat shake" this is the condition when a valve has worn to the point that the seats or body bushings no longer fit snugly in their perspective pocket. 

We can repair bore wash, seat face wash, and typical damage caused by down hole tools and the unmindful shop hand. 

Frac crosses, goatheads and spools can all be repaired as well. 

What cannot be repaired is extensive seat pocket or bore wash that exceeds past the minimum wall thickness of the Flange size and pressure rating of that piece of equipment. 


  • How do you fix pitting or seat face wash?
  • A:  We first talk with you about the kind of wells in your area, are they sour service, sweet crude ect. Then what types of materials we can put in the valve face and surrounding areas through inlaying and cladding the base material. This process usually involves a alloy or stainless/ Nickle wire. The filler material is  welded into the effected area after that area has been pre machined to bring the area to a true flat and clean surface. after welding is completed the equipment is stuck back into the lathe or mill and remachined back to original or customer specifications. We have seen service life of repaired eqipment between weld repair increase by up to 300% by tailoring the filler material to your application.