Valves resist corrosion, contamination, and clogging.

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Diaphragm Isolated Solenoid Valves Series SV 51 and SV 73 use flexible diaphragms to isolate operating parts from fluid being handled, eliminating metal-to-fluid contact. Available in 2-way NC and NO as well as 3-way configurations, seal materials include Viton, EPDM and Teflon®. Standard voltages are 24 Vdc and 115 Vac/60 Hz, while pressures range from vacuum to 100 psi and flow rates up to Cv 3.5.



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Isolation Drills: Valcor's Diaphragm Solenoid Valves Eliminate Corrosion, Contamination and Clogging



Gone are the headaches normally associated with "wetted" valves.

SPRINGFIELD, N.J. - Looking for a solenoid valve that works with your design - not against it? Then look no further than the family of Diaphragm Isolated Solenoid Valves from Valcor Scientific.

Valcor Diaphragm Isolated Solenoid Valves (series SV 51 and SV 73) use flexible diaphragms - or bellows - to isolate operating parts from the fluid being handled. Metal-to-fluid contact is eliminated - along with the contamination, corrosion and clogging that occur in "wetted" valves. With Valcor Diaphragm Isolated Solenoid Valves, you get fluid integrity in a completely inert environment.

"Providing access to the solutions engineers need to realize their designs is central to our work," says Al LaMastra, Business Unit Manager at Valcor Scientific. "Our diaphragm solenoids are a big part of that."

With all-Teflon® construction and Polypropylene bodies, Valcor's Diaphragm Isolated Solenoid Valves come in two-way normally closed and normally open, and three-way configurations. Seal materials include Viton, EPDM and Teflon®. Standard voltages are 24 VDC and 115vac/60Hz, while pressures range from vacuum to 100 psi and floe rates up to Cv 3.5.

Since 1951, Valcor Scientific has been a leader in the design and manufacture of a broad range of pumps and valves for analytical chemistry, medical, biomedical and scientific instrumentation as well as light industrial applications. With a wide-reaching sales network dedicated to helping engineers bring their designs to market, Valcor Scientific is based in Springfield, New Jersey, and is a division of Valcor Engineering Corporation. For more information, contact Valcor Scientific at 973-467-8400, valcorscientific@valcor.com or http://valcor.com/.

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