Literature Available On Circle Seal's Plastic Inline Check/Relief Valves

The new BIVCO 6000 Series Inline Check Valves from Circle Seal Controls, Anaheim, Calif., utilize chemically inert, all-plastic bodies and poppets to provide long, dependable service in corrosive liquid or gas systems.

The choice of body materials for the new series includes Teflon®, PCX, Kynar®, and Polypropylene.

The materials offered make these valves ideal for applications in systems carrying such corrosive fluids as hydrochloric acid, deionized water, sulphuric acid, chlorine gas and liquid. The valve bodies can be supplied reinforced with metal bands and jackets to provide service with fluid pressures to 500 psi.

The BIVCO 6000 Series operating principles require minimum cracking pressure to provide instant response.

A variety of Teflon-coated, 316 stainless steel springs are available for cracking pressures from 0.5 (standard) to 150 psi.

These valves are available in sizes for 1/4-inch to 2-inches NPT female pipe. They can also be supplied with 150-pound, raised face flanges for line sizes of 1-inch, 1-1/2-inches and 2-inches. BIVCO 6000 Series valves may be installed in any position when springs are installed.

For more information and free literature from Circle Seal Controls, C i r c l e 5 8 o n R e a d e r S e r v i c e C a rd

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 51,  Mar 1989 Connecticut

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First published in 1881 Maritime Reporter is the world's largest audited circulation publication serving the global maritime industry.