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PARKER FLUID CONTROL: Check Valves

May 10, 2004
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Parker's Fluid Control Division, manufacturers of the Skinner Gold Ring, R Series, Lucifer and Scem lines of solenoid and process control valves, has announced the addition of the Sinclair Collins SC-2000 series of piston operated check valves to its product offering. The SC-2000 series includes models for various application requirements, including meat processing, beverage/liquid dispensing and many others in the textile, petrochemical and HVAC industries. The valves are designed to withstand pressures of up to 500 psi with virtually no cracking pressure. They can handle steam, hot and cold liquids, inert gases of temperatures between -40 degrees F and 450 degrees F. The simple, three-piece valve is constructed of 17-4-grade stainless steel. The valves, available in two- and three-way models, are clearly marked with a cast arrow on the body that indicates flow direction. In addition, the valves offer multiple port sizes ranging from ½" to 1 ½".

For more information, visit http://www.parker.com/skinner or call (860) 827-2300.

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