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Killer Apps: Compact Weirless Radial-Diaphragm Inline Valve

Small is The New Big Try out ASEPCO’s 1/2-inch Weirless Radial-Diaphragm Inline Valve and see how great tiny is. Imagine a 1/2-inch valve that fits in the palm of your hand. In addition, our Weirless Radial-Diaphragm Inline Valve offers you all the flexibility you’ll need to control your process flow. Minimizes hold-up volume Less than a minute for diaphragm swaps…

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Divert Valve: A Detailed Look

In a process system, there is often a need to switch flow from one process stream to another. One of the ways this can be done is with a valve assembly called a divert valve. Understanding the details of a divert valve assembly can help ensure that you not only get the most cost-effective solution for your process, but that…

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Block Bodies: A Steady Revolution in Valve Design

One of the hallmarks of the biopharmaceutical industry is constant innovation that supports the industry goal of helping people live longer, healthier lives. These innovations are spread throughout the industry from the science behind new drugs to advancements in processing equipment. Sometimes changes are subtle, other times they are dramatic. One of the subtle changes has been the constant, ceaseless…

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Killer Apps: Insulate Valve

  Have You Lost Product Yield Because Of Temperature Control Issues? When you work with extremely temperature-sensitive products, you can easily lose yield if you don’t fully insulate your vessel. The area of highest risk is where the outlet valve connects to the tank. With a poorly insulated valve you risk: Crystallization, if your process fluid gets too cold Death of…

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Killer Apps: A Valve with a Flush Entry and No Dead Legs

Need a contamination-free flush entry for your tank valves?   Tired of adding a satellite valve for CIP/SIPand ending up with contamination issues?   We have a solution!   Microbes Fear It…  Process Engineers Love It…     The ASEPCO Radial-Diaphragm™ Sterillite™ Valve seats on the wall of a larger “host” flush-mounted tank outlet valve. Wherever steam or small volumes of flushing…

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Killer Apps: Look Ma! No Tools!

If you have old-style weir valves that need service, you have to find the right Allen wrenches, socket wrenches, or vice grips—yes, some people use vice grips!—to remove the set of bolts that hold the actuator to the valve body.

Killer Apps: Redesigned 1.5-Inch Tank-Bottom Valve

“It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen.” ~ John Wooden   Redesigned from scratch, the 1.5-inch ASEPCO Tank-bottom Valve has been miniaturized — the valve body has a 38% smaller footprint than the previous version. Why do you care? There is more space around the bottom of the tank for mixers, probes, instruments, and other…

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Product News: Inline Valve Now Called Weirless Diaphragm Valve

“Names, once they are in common use, quickly become mere sounds, their etymology being buried, like so many of the earth’s marvels, beneath the dust of habit.” ~ Salman Rushdie Back in 2006, we announced the ASEPCO Radial-Diaphragm Inline Valve when there really wasn’t a standard industry term for this type of valve. Unfortunately, our customers referred to all 180°…

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Killer Apps: Want to simplify your maze of valves and fittings?

Minimize hold-up volume with ASEPCO’s Weirless Sterile Access Valve ASEPCO WeirlessSterile Access Valve  Do you use tees, gaskets, and clamps to divert your process flow? Do you notice the resulting maze increases hold-up volume and makes the system difficult to clean? You need the ASEPCO Weirless Sterile Access Valve, which combines a valve and a tee, giving you two flow…

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Killer Apps: Divert Your Attention This Way

“This one is just right!” ~ Goldilocks Goldilocks had the right approach; sometimes you need look at all the options to find the one that works best. Let’s say you’re faced with diverting flow from one source to more than one outlet, or combining flow from multiple sources. You might use a transfer panel, but this could be too large,…

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