| Check Valves
Check Valves are widely used for both sanitary and industrial applications to prevent backflow of product. Ball Check Valves are designed to allow full product flow during processing. Once the product flow stops the ball rolls back to the seat at inlet preventing back flow. Ball Check Valves are commonly used with liquid products. Sizes range 1 1/2˝ - 3˝. Spring Check Valves are designed to assist closure pressure to create a positive shutoff. They are commonly used with liquid products. Sizes range 1˝ - 4˝. Both valves are offered with clamp or weld ends. Other connections are available upon request. Valves are made of T316L stainless steel. Air Blow Check Valves are designed to evacuate lines of product or CIP solutions. Air Blow Check Valves are made of T316L Stainless Steel.
| Actuator "E" Series Electric
- High performance electric actuator
- 8 Models to 3,800 lbf-in
- Full range of options
- Materials: Aluminum / polyester coated
- Connections: AC or DC Voltages
- Size Range: Full range of options
- Port Size: Fits full range of SVF valves
Actuator E Datasheet
| PVA Valves
This valve has an all stainless one piece stem which seals against the body O-ring for positive shut off. With this design, no seals, disks, or O-rings are fastened to the stem, which could cause product entrapment. A modular design is used throughout this entire line of valves. PVA valves meet 3A requirements. With this state of the art design, it allows optimum CIP cleaning of all product contact surfaces. Available in 1˝ - 3˝ , made from T316L Stainless Steel, offered as EPDM Standard with Viton® and Silicone options. Available in Shut off, Divert, and Tank Outlet Configurations. Available with Clamp, Weld, Bevel Seat, and E-Line connections. Other connections are available upon request. Available in manual or air actuated. An electronic control head can be used with these air operated valves.
| Angle Seat & Globe Valves
Angle seat and globe valves are available for high pressure applications. Valves are found in applications ranging from the smallest nominal widths up to 150 mm (6") and even higher involving medium to high operating pressures and temperatures. Typical applications include water treatment, installation construction, irrigation systems, and inert and corrosive liquids and gases.
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