Press Release Summary:
Piston-operated, Sinclair Collins(TM) SC-2000 Check Valves handle steam, hot and cold liquids, and inert gases with temperatures between -40 and 450Â°F. Three-piece, 17-4 grade stainless steel units come in 2- and 3-way models and are marked with cast arrow on body indicating flow direction. Port sizes range from Â½-1 in. Applications include meat processing, beverage/liquid dispensing, and others in textile, petrochemical, and HVAC industries.
Original Press Release:
Parker Fluid Control Division Introduces Sinclair Collins SC-2000 Series Check Valves
NEW BRITAN, CT/March 26, 2004 Parker's Fluid Control Division, manufacturers of the Skinner(TM), Gold Ring(TM), R Series, Lucifer and Scem lines of solenoid and process control valves, is pleased to announce the addition of the Sinclair Collins(TM) SC-2000 series of piston operated check valves to its product offering.
The SC-2000 series includes models for various application requirements, including meat processing, beverage/liquid dispensing and many others in the textile, petrochemical, and HVAC industries. The valves are designed to withstand pressures of up to 500 psi with virtually no cracking pressure. They can handle steam, hot and cold liquids, inert gases of temperatures between -40F and 450F. The simple, three-piece valve is constructed of 17-4-grade stainless steel. The valves, available in two- and three-way models, are clearly marked with a cast arrow on the body which indicates flow direction. In addition, the valves offer multiple port sizes ranging from 1/2 inch to 1 inch.
Parker Fluid Control Division is currently seeking distributors for the Sinclair Collins line. For more information, please contact Al Bednarski at (330) 656-5661 or 8870 Darrow Road, Suite F106, Box 253, Twinsburg, Oh. 44087.
A division of the Parker Hannifin Corporation, Parker Fluid Control Division is a global leader in the production of solenoid and process control valves. Based in New Britain, Connecticut, the division also has manufacturing facilities in Madison, Mississippi and Akron, Ohio, as well as a worldwide network of distributors. With its earliest predecessor dating back to 1885, the company currently offers the Skinner, Gold Ring, Jackes-Evans, Lucifer, Sinclair Collins, and Scem lines of valves. More information on Parker Fluid Control Division's products and product applications is available via the Internet at www.parker.com/skinner or by calling (860) 827-2300.