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Isolation Valves Employ Inert Body/Diaphragm Materials

Isolation Valves Employ Inert Body/Diaphragm Materials

Featuring bodies and diaphragms formed from chemically inert materials such as PTFE, ETFE, EPDM, FKM, FFKM, PEEK, PPS, and PSU, the K Series isolation valves suit any application requiring various levels of chemical resistance and/or sample purity, i.e., liquid chromatography, gas analyzers, and water quality testers. Available in multiple body sizes, port configurations, wetted body and diaphragm materials, the series consists of three groups: the KS Series two-way valves with an MOPD of 20 PSIG, KM/KL Series two- and three-way directional configurations with MOPDs up to 30 PSIG, and the KV/KW Series two- and three-way directional configurations with MOPDs as high as 20 PSIG. For further information, call GEMS SENSORS & CONTROLS, Plainville, CT. (800) 378-1600.

 

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