It is essential when designing high purity piping systems that all components, including your high purity valves, are suitable for your process. We take a look below at some of the issues to consider when choosing high purity systems.
In process systems where aggressive chemicals or contaminated air is to be transported, it is important that the system uses specially developed high purity piping for extreme processes. High purity piping systems are designed for conditions where contamination is to be avoided at all costs, either to the flow medium or by the operation of the system itself. High purity applications range from food and pharmaceutical through to semiconductor markets. In such demanding environments, stringent controls are placed on safety, purity and chemical resistance.
A high purity valve is used in combination with high purity piping for extreme processes. Such valves have been constructed specifically for the control of liquids and gases whilst providing a low potential for contaminating the flow medium. Generally, they are chemically inert and extremely corrosive resistant.
Fluid Controls supply a range of ultra-high purity valves from manufacturers that specialise in high purity piping systems. When choosing high purity systems it is critical that you select not only high purity piping for extreme processes but that the valves are also appropriate for the high purity piping system.
Types of high purity valves available from Fluid Controls include:
It is critical when choosing high purity systems that the valves within it will offer the control and peace of mind that you expect. Fluid Controls have technical experts available to assist in your choice of high purity valves; call us for further advice.