Fine Metering Valves From Nupro Offer Improved Stability & Flow Control

Nupro Company of Willoughby, Ohio, has available fine metering valves, redesigned for better flow control and longer cycle life. The valves also have a more compact design with fewer components.

Long-term reliability is an important benefit. Stem threads, for example, are removed from system fluids by an O-Ring seal that also eliminates the need for packings and adjustments. The orifice and tapered needle are protected from damage by a guide O-Ring that allows the stem to "float" within the body. A body seal prevents leakage to atmosphere.

Valves are available in brass, Monel® and 316 stainless steel. 0 - Ring materials include Viton®, Buna, neoprene, silicone and ethylene propylene. Kalrez® 0-Rings and TFE body seals for use with corrosive system fluids are optional. Also optional are vernier handles for repeatable flow adjustment.

Maximum pressure rating is 2,000 psi. Temperatures range from — 10°F to 300°F for brass valves and —10°F to 400°F for stainless steel and Monel valves.

Swagelok tube fitting and pipe end connections from ^-inch to Vi - inch.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 47,  Jan 1986 Division I Incandescents Midland-Ross Corporation

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