Series 5200 control pinch valve

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Series 5200 control pinch valve
Series 5200 control pinch valve

The 5200 Control Pinch Valve is designed to provide accurate, repeatable control of abrasive and corrosive slurries. The resilient elastomer sleeve produces a smooth venturi flow path that outlasts gate, plug, ball and even stellite-coated control valves. The reinforced elastomer sleeve is the only wetted part of the valve, eliminating the need for packing, valve seats and mechanical parts. A cone sleeve trim is most commonly used in throttling applications for tighter control and better rangeability.

Posted on May 1, 2009 - (156 views)
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15106 Pittsburgh - USA
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