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Series sampling system designed for safe processing of liquids

September 14, 2009
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The valves have been designed and manufactured to be a key component in all sampling applications that require the safe and efficient processing, movement, control and storage of liquid materials. Liquid-handling businesses today sample process fluids in process-piping systems for a variety of reasons, including to assess the quality of the process being measured; to refine or verify process procedures; to capture true, clean and representative samples; to provide operator safety and limit operator exposure; and to reduce fugitive emissions. The valves meet these requirements, as well as the stricter standards that have been established by regulatory bodies such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). According to the manufacturer, as opposed to primitive spigot-and-bucket testing measures, the series of valves are safer, cleaner and greener. They feature a direct in-line closed-loop design that has been engineered to collect representative samples direct from the process piping or instrumentation loop without the need for flushing. This design allows for the valves to be installed in both horizontal and vertical piping system. The valve series offers open-bottle sampling, needle adaptors for sealed-septum bottles or dry-disconnect systems. The series valves are available in three configurations: Knob Handle, Safety Spring-To-Close Handle and Pneumatic Actuator.

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