Valve allows sampling under adverse conditions.

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Model EPV 25 features pneumatically-operated piston with sample chamber of defined volume. Before sampling operation, chamber is located inside reactor vessel and is continually immersed in product, guaranteeing representative sample. Double sealing of circular slit metallic packing and valve seat allows for sampling during both pressurized and vacuum operation of reactor.



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New Valve Allows Sampling Under Adverse Conditions



Lisle, IL (March 14, 2004) - RHE America introduces the new EPV 25 Sample Valve to allow sampling during both pressurized and vacuum operation of the reactor. The sample valve, which was originally designed to improve the operations at resin manufacturing facilities, has applications to a wide variety of industries.

The primary feature of the EPV 25 sample valve is a pneumatically operated piston with a sample chamber of defined volume. Before the sampling operation, the sample chamber is located inside the reactor vessel and is therefore continually immersed in the product. This immersion guarantees a representative sample. The double sealing of the circular slit metallic packing and the valve seat allows for sampling during both pressurized and vacuum operation of the reactor.

For more information please contact Bernard Seguy, RHE America, 2525 Cabot Drive, Suite 205, Lisle, IL 60532-3628. Phone (630) 577-0400 (x209). Email: seguyb@amcec.com. Website: www.rhe-america.com

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