Pilot-operated check valve

April 27, 2012
The new JPC Series check valves feature a poppet design and provide a variety of port configurations. The device works as a standard check valve, but can operate with an air pilot signal

The new JPC Series check valves feature a poppet design and provide a variety of port configurations. The device works as a standard check valve, but can operate with an air pilot signal for “free flow” in the normally checked position. The valve gives users a reliable method to check flow in one direction, with the ability to remotely signal a free flow through the valve. With high flow, low pressure, and ease of connection, the check valve is suitable for many applications.

Clippard Instrument Laboratory Inc.
7390 Colerain Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45239
(513) 521-4261
www.clippard.com/jpc-m

© 2012 Penton Media, Inc.

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