Common industries that utilize pinch valves for the benefit of isolating fluid from a mechanical valve including drug dispensing, laboratory equipment, wastewater, medical devices, chemical, food and beverage equipment, ceramic/glass/plastic, and solids handling.
|Data Sheet||Data Sheet|
|Max PSI||250 psig (Pilot Pressure only)|
|Medium||Air, Water, Gas & Fluids|
|Mount||#4-40 Mtg. Holes|
|Notes||Pressure to Close: 30 psig. Comes with 12" of selected tubing. Max tube pressure dependent on tubing selected.|
|Operating Temperature Range||32 to 230°F|
|Static Burst Pressure||Over 500 psig at 70˚F|
|Tubing ID-OD||1/8" ID-1/4" OD, Polyurethane|
|Tubing, Durometer Hardness||85 Shore A|
|Tubing, Length||Comes with 12" of selected tubing. Additional tubing available separately.|
|Tubing, Wall Thickness||0.0625"|
Pressure to Close: 30 psig. Comes with 12" of selected tubing. Max tube pressure dependent on tubing selected.
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