Flow control of pure, corrosive media
4BKR media-separated solenoid valve from Spartan Scientific controls the flow of ultra pure or corrosive media to prevent premature failure on wetted type solenoid valves.
4BKR media-separated solenoid valve from Spartan Scientific controls the flow of ultra pure or corrosive media to prevent premature failure on wetted type solenoid valves. The 2-way, 2-volume unit has a low volume valve cavity and rolling diaphragm to prevent chemicals from gathering or dead spots from forming and hindering flow. Features include a quick connect interface that allows the valve to be mounted gang style on a manifold block. It comes with orifice sizes of 2.4 to 5.0 mm and has Cv ranges from 0.245 to 0.63 for NO and NC (normally open, closed) functions. Encapsulated coil, stainless tube and plunger assembly minimize maintenance.
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