Molded High-Flow 2-Way Valve uses no O-ring end fittings.

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Created for use in high purity/corrosive chemical applications, injection-molded Furon® In-Line-1000 Valve provides true 1 in. orifice and angled actuator that promotes maximum flow (Cv-15). It is offered in pneumatically or manually actuated versions, and has maximum operating pressure and maximum back pressure ratings of 100 psi. Fluid temperature ranges from 40°F to 212°F. 1 in. Fine Thread Flare or FuseBond port connections are standard.




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New Furon(R) Inline-1000 Molded High-Flow Valve Provides Maximum Flow Performance


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GARDEN GROVE, CA (October, 2001) - Created especially for use in high purity/corrosive chemical applications including semiconductor valve boxes, chemical delivery, and chemical processing, the all new injection-molded Furon® In-Line-1000
Valve from Saint Gobain-Performance Plastics combines maximum flow performance with space-saving economy.

The InLine-1000, 2-Way Valve provides a true 1" orifice and an angled actuator that promotes maximum flow (Cv-15). Offered in pneumatically or manually actuated versions, the InLine-1000 has a maximum operating pressure and maximum back pressure rating of 100 PSIG, and a fluid temperature range from 40°F to 212°F (5°C to 100°C).

Incorporating "No O-Ring" Union end fittings to the InLine-1 000 offers the advantages of a welded system with the ability to rapidly change out components while eliminating dead volume space and elastomeric contamination. 1" Fine Thread Flare or FuseBond port connections are standard.

Assembled, tested and double-bagged in a Class 100 Cleanroom, the Furon InLine-1000 features 100% PFA HP and Virgin PTFE wetted flow path; patented rolling diaphragm technology; fully swept internal flow; no exposed metallics; a visual position
indicator; a leak detection port (1/4-28 UNF); and a unique quick-release, non-metallic eight-position mounting base.

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