Swagelok® Check Valves
Swagelok check valves come in a broad range of adjustable and fixed cracking pressures to control back flow in general-service and high-purity applications. Excess flow valves will stop the release of excess flow downstream, enhancing system integrity and safety.
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Features: Working pressures up to 6000 psig (413 bar); Adjustable and fixed cracking pressures; Variety of end connections; 316 stainless steel and brass materials
Features: 316 stainless steel construction; Temperatures up 1000°F (537°C); Medium-pressure (MP) fittings, Size range—1/4 to to 1 in., Pressure rating—up to 20 000 psig (1378 bar); High-pressure (HP) fittings, Size range—1/4 to 9/16 in., Pressure rating—up to 60 000 psig (4134 bar); NACE® MR0175/ISO15156 compliance available
Features: All-welded design provides reliable containment of system fluid; Forward flow starts at less than 2 psig (0.14 bar) pressure differential; Valve closes with less than 2 psig (0.14 bar) back pressure; 316L SS body offers enhanced material purity
Features: Alloy 625, alloy 825, and Alloy 2507 super duplex stainless steel materials; Available for CH4 adn Ch8 series check valves; Working pressures up to 6 000 psig (413 bar); 1/4 to 1/2 in. Swagelok tube fitting or NPT end connections; Fixed cracking pressures: 1 to 25 psi (0.07 to 1.8 bar)
Features: Modified PTFE wetted components meet SEMI Standard F57-0301 for ultrahigh-purity system components; Fine thread flare and Nippon Pillar® Super 300 end connections; Low cracking and reseal pressure
Rugged, all-stainless steel construction; Reverse flow coefficient less than 0.1 % of forward flow coefficient; No springs or elastomers; Compact size
Stop uncontrolled release of system media if downstream line ruptures. Features: Pressures up to 6000 psig (413 bar); Temperatures up to 400°F (204°C); 1/8 to 1/2 in. and 6 to 12 mm end connections; Stainless steel construction
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Check and Excess Flow Valves
Check valves are designed to allow fluids to flow in one direction only and are rated for use in medium- and high-pressure applications. Swagelok check valves come in a variety of designs, including spring and poppet, lift, and all-welded high-purity for use in a range of situations.
XS Series Excess Flow Valves
XS series valves have a slotted poppet which moves to the tripped position when excess flow occurs downstream, then resets when pressure equalizes. They eliminate the need for a complex bypass mechanism while reducing maintenance time.