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The Tale of Two Valves

Inventive Ways Our Customers Use Valves “I do not think there is any thrill that can go through the human heart like that felt by the inventor as he sees some creation of the brain unfolding to success…such emotions make a man forget food, sleep, friends, love, everything.” ~ Nikola Tesla We admit that our customers are brilliant. Often when…

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Chemray to represent ASEPCO in the Midwest

ASEPCO announces Chemray Process Solutions Inc as their new Representative in IA, IN, IL and WI. As our new partner Chemray will have access to all of our products including sanitary tank valves, inline valves, sample valves, tank connectors and magnetic mixers. Chemray has been servicing the Industrial Process Industry in Chicago and the Midwest markets since 1958 as a…

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Killer Apps: An Impeller Tailored For You

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” ~ Charles Darwin Ever Experienced Under-mixing? Well, let me tell you a little story about just such a problem a customer of ours had, what it cost them and how you can avoid…

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Tank RETROFITS: A Brilliant Cost-Saving Tactic For The New Economy

Give Obsolete Tanks New Utility Stainless steel ASME pressure vessels are very expensive and long-lived pieces of process equipment. Many tanks in use today still have years of good service left in them, but processes keep getting cleaner year by year. A tank can easily become unusable when a new aseptic process comes along. The surplus of these once-useful tanks,…

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ASEPCO Sterillite Valves – Dead Legs Be Gone!

Our ASEPCO Radial-Diaphragm™ Sterillite™ Valve design offers contamination-sensitive industries, yet another significant advance in valving. The Sterillite Valve is a radial diaphragm valve seating directly on the body of a host ASEPCO valve (see Drawing #1). This configuration ends a very troublesome source of dead legs—those small dead ends that occur when piping systems require nonflush ports, for example. Drawing…

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