Acrylic Sub Plates simplify fluid system design.

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KIP series facilitate design and installation of complex media flow requirements. Use of acrylic base permits flow of various media through single base using multiple inlets and outlets. For design flexibility, flow paths can be varied and directed to match specific design requirements.



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Norgren's KIP Acrylic Sub Plates Simplify Fluid System Design


Littleton, Colorado, USA - July 2005. Norgren's KIP series of acrylic sub plates are the ideal answer for simplified design and easy installation of complex media flow requirements. This goes a long way to reducing design and installation times thus reducing that all-important time to market.

Use of an acrylic base permits the flow of various media through a single base using multiple inlets and outlets. For greater design flexibility flow paths can be varied and directed to match specific design requirements. Norgren engineers can aid the customer in selecting the most effective design for easy installation, access and the best product aesthetics. Further information can be found at www.norgren.com

Norgren is one of the world leaders in the supply of motion and fluid control technologies for a wide variety of different industry sectors. Norgren is committed to optimising technological performance for its customers' advantage. All of Norgren's systems are engineered for flexibility based on strong product fundamentals. Application specific solutions frequently involve integrated or modular combinations of actuator, control valve and air preparation technologies.

With established manufacturing facilities in USA, Germany, UK, Switzerland, and Spain and with newer facilities in Mexico and the Czech Republic Norgren has the global manufacturing and support capabilities to be able to cope with the most demanding international projects. With support through an established sales and service network in 75 countries Norgren has the global reach and capability to ensure continuity of supply and local support where it is needed for customers involved in export markets or multi site operations. With three global technical centres in USA, Germany and the UK supported by 270 engineers Norgren is a subsidiary of the £1,6bn IMI PLC.

In the US, Norgren has a unique network of almost 100 distribution outlets operated by independent distributors.

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