Clippard JFC-4 & JFC-5 Flow Control Valves

Nov. 18, 2004
Clippard Instrument Laboratory, Inc. introduces the addition of two new products to their JFC Series Flow Control Valves.

Clippard JFC-4 & JFC-5 Flow Control Valves

Clippard Instrument Laboratory, Inc. introduces the addition of two new products to their JFC Series Flow Control Valves.

These combination needle and check valve flow controls are typically used to control air flow from air cylinders, thereby controlling the speed at which the piston strokes, either while extending or retracting, depending on their location in the circuit.

J-Series Flow Control Valves allow free flow from the inlet to the outlet past the needle and check valve. In reverse flow, from the outlet to the inlet, the check valve is sealed and the flow must now pass through the metered passage controlled by the tapered adjustment needle.

Clippard Instrument Laboratory, Inc., www.clippard.com

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