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    HSV20 sample valves

    Turquoise HSV20

    The HSV20 range of sample valves are designed for sampling water and process fluids. Valves are offered with both flat face clamp system connection and with optional sample insertion tube. The HSV20 has either a 6% Luer or 6.5mm hose barb sample outlet fitting. A silicone dust cap is provided to protect the sample outlet fitting when not in use. Suitable for water (WFI) and process fluids.

    Size rangeInlet – 1/2 – 2″ ASME BPE compliant clamp fittings
    Outlet – 6.5mm hose barb or 6% Luer fitting
    Material316L stainless steel
    OptionsDIN & ISO sizes
    Sample flow insertion tube
    Threaded or weld system connection
    Literature
    HSV30 sample valves

    Turquoise HSV30

    Where an angled configuration is required, the HSV30 is available. The HSV30 has a flat face system connection and either a 6.5mm hose barb sample outlet connection or 25mm clamp outlet fitting. The HSV30 is also available with flushing port. Valves with hose barb outlet are fitted with a silicone dust cap to protect the fitting when not in use. Suitable for water (WFI) and process fluids.

    Size rangeInlet – 1/2 – 2″ ASME BPE compliant clamp fittings
    Outlet – 6.5mm hose barb or 25mm clamp with 4.5mm bore
    Material316L stainless steel
    OptionsDIN & ISO sizes
    Flushing port
    Literature
    HSV40 sample valves

    Turquoise HSV40

    The HSV40 range are intended for liquid and product sampling in high purity applications. The valve utilises a unique one-piece stem seal membrane for optimised valve sterility and ease of cleaning. Valves are available with a wide range of connection options and outlet port configurations. The HSV40 sample valve is suitable for SIP, CIP and autoclaving.

    Size rangeInlet – 1/2″ / 3/4″ASME BPE compliant clamp fittings
    Outlet – 6mm hose barb
    Material316L stainless steel
    OptionsPTFE or Silicone membrane
    Spring return handle
    Pneumatic actuator
    Flushing port
    Threaded or weld system connection
    Literature
    HSV50 sample valves

    Turquoise HSV50

    The HSV50 range of sample valves are intended for liquid and product sampling in high purity applications. The valve utilises a unique one-piece stem seal membrane for optimised valve sterility and ease of cleaning. Valves are available with a wide range of connection options and outlet port configurations. The VPA sample valve is suitable for SIP, CIP and autoclaving.

    Size rangeInlet – 1″ / 1-1/2″ ASME BPE compliant clamp fittings
    Outlet – 12.7mm hose barb
    Material316L stainless steel
    OptionsPTFE or Silicone membrane
    Spring return handle
    Pneumatic actuator
    Flushing port
    Threaded or weld system connection
    Literature
    HSV60 sample valves

    Turquoise HSV60

    Designed for use in high purity steam systems, the HSV60 utilises steam resilient Perlast seals to ensure optimum service life and bubble tight shut-off. The HSV60 is designed to connect directly on to Staitech’s range of sample coolers and can also be used for any general steam sampling application where a throttling valve is required. Suitable for Steam, liquids and process fluids.

    Size rangeInlet – 1/2″ /  3/4″, 1″ / 1-1/2″ & 2″ASME BPE compliant clamp connection
    Outlet – 1/2″ ASME BPE compliant clamp connection
    Material316L stainless steel
    Literature
    HSV90 sample valves

    Turquoise HSV90

    The HSV90 is intended for liquid sampling applications in high purity systems. Wetted parts are manufactured in 316L stainless steel with a range of FDA and USP elastomer compliant seal materials available. The HSV90 is suitable for both in-line sterilising and autoclaving.

    Size rangeInlet – 1/2″ /  3/4″, 1″ / 1-1/2″ & 2″ASME BPE compliant clamp connection
    Outlet – 1/2″ ASME BPE compliant clamp or 6.5mm hose barb
    Material316L stainless steel
    OptionsDIN & ISO sizes
    Flushing port
    Eccentric inlet connection
    High capacity option
    Flanged inlet connection
    Literature
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