Coaxial Valves suit dosing, dispensing, and filling.

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Equipped with PowerTube(TM) technology, VMK 20 Valves are impervious to contaminants and pressure imbalances in system. Since power tube self-compensates coaxially for wear, valves are leak-free. They are suited for high-cycle applications requiring positive shut-off performance, especially where flow is viscous, abrasive, or prone to clogging.

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New PowerTube Valve Technology Is Ideal For Dosing, Dispensing And Filling Applications

Pendell, PA (September 2007) - Now, co-ax valves' PowerTube(TM) technology is built into its VMK 20 range of co-ax® valves. This is the same technology that's built into the valves the company supplies to some industrial turbine OEM's for precisely admitting fuel to industrial power turbines with positive open/closed performance measured in milliseconds.

The range of VMK 20 coaxial valves is a low profile design that's impervious to contaminants and pressure imbalances in the system. And, because the valve's power tube self-compensates coaxially for wear, it's a leak free, low maintenance workhorse.

It's especially suited for high cycle applications requiring positive shut off performance like dosing, dispensing and filling applications - especially where the flow is viscous, abrasive or prone to clogging.

For more information about the array of co-ax valve solutions, visit the web site, or contact:
Mr. Ralf Hinz
Director: Applied Technology
co-ax valves, inc
(215) 757-3725

About co-ax valves, inc.:
Headquartered in southern Germany, the company's North American operations are located in Philadelphia, PA. The company's solidly focused on debottlenecking flow related process and machine level valving problems. To do that we bring to bear an array of customized valve solutions integrating such features as bubble tight shut-off, bi-directional pressure-balanced designs, low energy and high cycle life, fast actuation, integral actuators and directly controlled valves that eliminate the need for internal pilot orifices. Many of these technologies and some of the designs are proprietary.

We know a lot about unusual and demanding applications. The exceptional accuracy and superior reliability of our coaxial PowerTube technology together with its huge operating range from vacuum to 7500 psi and from - 326°F to 756°F consistently allows us to debottleneck our customers' process or OEM design constraints.

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