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Flow Pinch Valve Offers Extended Stroke Capability

March 21, 2024
Designed for fluid control, the flow pinch valve is suitable for use in medical, food, chemical and water applications.

Advancing its standard series, Clippard introduces a high-flow pinch valve with an extended stroke for applications that demand increased fluid flow or handling of viscous and particulate-laden substances. Each valve includes 12 in. (30 cm) of silicone tubing, available in medical/laboratory grade or sanitary food grade options.

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Key features of the valves include:

  • Unobstructed flow path
  • 12 in. of pre-installed silicone tubing
  • Tubing is easily replaceable
  • Higher flow
  • Longer stroke.

The valves are compatible with a range of tube types and are suitable for medical and analytical testing, dialysis, bioprocessing, drug manufacturing, chemical processing, water and wastewater treatment, food processing, pulp processing and more.

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