Angle Valves Are Solving Problems at Dye Plants in PA

Leaky 2-Way Solenoid Valves Replaced by High Cycle Angle Valves

Problem:

A local dye plant was experiencing problems with 2-way solenoid valves on their water and chemical lines. The solenoid valves had low Cv’s which slowed down their process time and the diaphragm seals would not seal properly, resulting in leaks downstream of the valves. Ultimately, the leaky solenoid valves were causing batch rejections.

Solution:

angle valvesAssured Automation was contacted to suggest a valve that could provide bubble tight shutoff on a high cycle application.  Angle valves were presented as a solution to their problems.

The angle valve offers a high cycle life (up to 5 million cycles), a bubbletight shutoff teflon seat, and a much higher Cv to reduce their batch processing times. The fast cycle speed of the angle valve was ideal for their precise chemical dosing.

Angle valves successfully replaced the 2-way solenoid valves and solved the dye plant’s problems and is now their valve of choice for all media.

The Assured Automation angle valve is offered in brass or stainless steel body, 3/8” to 2”, End connections of NPT, Flanged or Triclamp, Fail Closed, Fail Open or Double Acting.

About Kim O'Neill

Marketing administrator at Assured Automation, a leading provider of automated valves and flow components for industrial process control applications. For over 30 years Assured Automation has provided state of the art automation to a diverse clientele ranging from small equipment manufacturers to Fortune 500 Manufacturing, Chemical and Pharmaceutical companies. The Assured Automation product line consists of a complete offering of standardized automated valve assemblies with a variety of commonly used accessory items. In addition, we offer complete valve automation services where we supply special automated valve assemblies designed around your specified products or your particular applications. Full design capabilities are offered including AutoCAD, Solidworks or other commonly used design and drawing programs. In addition to standard products, Assured Automation develops customized solutions for specific customer challenges. You can find Kim O'Neill on Google+ and LinkedIn.
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