New Product: Diaphragm Valve

April 10, 2008
The Inert Diaphragm Valve (IDV) is designed for use with corrosive or high-purity fluids.

All surfaces of the solenoid-operated diaphragm-isolation valve are inert and impervious to aggressive fluids. The valve body can be constructed of polyetherimide or polyphenylsulfone. The diaphragm that isolates the fluid path from the solenoid is made from either ethylene propylene or Viton GF. Two and three-way versions are available with an orifice diameter of 0.11 in. (Cv of 0.22), and supply pressures of 40 and 35 psi, respectively. Numerous electrical and fluid connections are available.

South Bend Controls Inc.
1237 Northside Blvd.
South Bend, IN 46615
(574) 234-3157

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