Pinch Valves with Low Heat Transfer

Jan. 24, 2017
ASCO’s 045 Series pinch valves help protect liquid media.

Intended for use in for analytical and medical instruments, the valves offer low power consumption and less heat transfer for maximum protection of liquid media. They also feature a small form factor that is half the height of other products, making them suitable for compact instruments that are used in laboratories and healthcare facilities with limited space. Hermetic separation of control mechanism and the fluid within the tubing prevents particulate contamination caused by friction of moving parts, assuring maximum purity of liquids. The valves have very good vacuum and pressure ratings, and accommodate a wide range of tubing sizes for excellent versatility. Valves are available in ¾-inch, 1-inch, 1 1/4-inch, and 1 1/2-inch sizes, and are manufactured in Class 8 clean rooms to eliminate contamination. They are available in custom designs for specialized applications.

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