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What Is Hysteresis?

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Clippard defines hysteresis as the maximum difference in current required to achieve a set point flow. But, what exactly does that mean? And more importantly, how does it impact the valves you're using? Check out this quick video to learn more.

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A Brief Overview of Gradient Valves

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What is a gradient valve, and why would you use one? Product Manager Attila Kiss provides a quick overview of these unique, versatile valves.

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Latching Valves 101

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Understanding how to use an air valve with vacuum can be valuable information, because air valves can be easier to source and less expensive than valves designed specifically for vacuum applications. Check out this quick video to learn more.

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An Alternative to a 2-Way, Normally-Open Valve

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Having trouble sourcing quality 2-way normally-open valves? One alternative is using a 3-way, fully ported electronic valve. In this video, learn how to plumb a 3-way, fully ported valve for 2-way, normally-open functionality.

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What Is a Bidirectional Valve?

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In this quick video, Mike Kettering, Clippard's Electronic Valves Product Manager, discusses what a bidirectional valve is and how it might be beneficial for your application.

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Engineering Solutions for MRI Compatibility

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Learn more about Clippard components that can be specified in MRI compatible medical equipment...

Leak Rates Explained

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In leak testing, there is no one method that works best for every situation. Commonly used leak test methods vary in the cost of the equipment, the cycle speed of the test method, and the output and accuracy of each test method.

Optimizing & Improving Differential Pressure Decay Leak Detection Systems

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Producing "best in class" low leak performance products, Clippard is uniquely capable of providing solutions to manufacturers of devices where low leak performance is critical. A market where low leak components are of particular concern is with manufacturers of leak test equipment. From simple bubble leak testers through highly sensitive helium leak detection systems, Clippard components and value-added solutions have been developed for OEMs.

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