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New! PTFE Media Isolation Valves

The Clippard NIV Series Media Isolation Valve is a solenoid-operated device that uses a flexible diaphragm to isolate the actuation mechanism from the fluid path. Media isolation valves are commonly used for a wide variety of applications, including those that require precise, repeatable dispensing of media for analytical instrumentation. All wetted areas of the valve are PTFE, making this series ideal for use with corrosive media.

New 7 mm Normally-Closed Electronic Valves Now Available!

These new direct actuating valves offer an extremely fast response time for accurate dosing of minute volumes with the same long life you expect from the original Clippard EV line of electronic valves,
now in a 7 mm cartridge package.

Laboratory Automation for Pesticide Residue Analysis


To help keep consumers safe, laboratories test fruits, vegetables, and other foods for pesticide residues. Cutting edge laboratories are now able to test more of these samples than ever before—with improved precision and greater accuracy—through automation made possible with Clippard miniature pneumatic valves and cylinders.

New Products Video, MD&M West 2016


Rob Clippard, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Clippard Instrument Laboratory, gives an overview of Clippard's newest products on display at MD&M West 2016. Products featured include the NPV Series Pinch Valves, the NIV Series PTFE Media Isolation Valves, SV Series 2-Way 7mm Valves, and DR-2 Diaphragm Regulators.

Video filmed at MD&M West 2016 in Anaheim, CA by Medical Design & Outsourcing


The Building Blocks of Air Circuits

Unless all your pneumatic connections are brazed or soldered, fittings are a part of all your system designs. A huge variety of fitting configurations exist, and in many different materials.

Miniaturization Makes Pneumatics the Choice in Medical Applications


From ambulance to operating room, recovery room to discharge at home, patients today encounter any number of medical devices that must be lightweight, small, safe, and often, portable. To maintain these safe, hygienic designs, most medical device manufacturers rely on pneumatics because they are highly customizable and compact.