To control flow without contaminating media such as blood, pharmaceuticals or reagents, a wide variety of medical devices and analytical equipment utilize media isolation valves. This paper explores the characteristics of three main types of valves commonly used to isolate media—rocker isolation valves, diaphragm isolation valves, and pinch valves. By comparing the advantages and disadvantages of each, this paper will provide useful information for determining which valve type will best meet the needs of a specific application. Proudly made in the USA.
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