TFS Takasago Fluidic Systems

Original Designs

Ventiduct

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Ventiduct

Takasago's VENTIDUCT is an optional part which is fitted between a valve body and the solenoid. It has ducts for ventilation and heat radiation. It is used as follows.  ・With volatile and corrosive fluids  ・With fluids which are temperature sensitive  ・By users of high temperature fluids EFFECT of VENTIDUCTVentiduct provides the following protection: ・  The "VENTIDUCT" option protects the metal parts of the solenoid from any volatile corrosive gases (such as TRIFLUORO ACETIC ACID) that manage to pass through the diaphragm. It is also available with a "Backup Diaphragm" to further increase the protection provided. ・  VENTIDUCT protects the fluid from heat...

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Manifolds

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Manifolds

KV-2-4MFG-4 / EXV-2-12MDG If you would like to install diaphragm valves compactly and connect flow-paths over a short distance, the Manifold is the best choice. If you let us know the flow-pattern you require, we can design and produce the product to meet your requirements. A variety of shapes, materials, and structural methods are available and we are also capable of equipping the manifold with components like diaphragm valves, pumps, etc. Please contact us for further details. The list of Takasago's Manifolds cna be seen from here.

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Latching Solenoid Valve

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What is the "latching solenoid valve"? In the case of a normally closed type of conventional solenoid valve, continuous energization is required to maintain open state. The latching solenoid valve doesn't require a power supply for the purpose of maintaining open state through the utilization of a permanent magnet. Please see here for an explanation of the principles of operation.Operation principles of the latching mechanism. Merits of the Latching Solenoid Valve  Eco-friendly and energy efficient. A latching solenoid valve does not require energization to maintain its state, so for applications where a conventional valve would require long periods of energization...

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Position-Feed-Back Shaft

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The Position-Feed-Back Shaft, projected at the top of the valve, moves up and down as the valve opens and closes. The shaft can transmit the motion of the valve to a microswitch for sending a reliable feedback signal of the on-off status to the control system. Effectively, by feeding back the valve motion itself, the Position-Feed-Back Shaft enhances the reliability by constant monitoring the valve status in comparison with traditional methods monitoring an electrical current sent to the valve. Highly recommended for reliability-oriented applications. Applicable Models MTV, MTV-R

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Soft-Seal

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The Soft-Seal is a useful option for systems which handle easy-crystallising or particle-contaminatable fluids. Small elastic parts, which are as chemically inert as TeflonTM, protect sealing surfaces from particles in the fluids, reducing leakage problems which were common with TeflonTM valves.  Perfluor, the elastomer used for the Soft-Seal, has a stable molecular structure consisting of only fluorine, carbon and oxigen atoms. Outstanding resistance to almost all chemicals. --->Chemical Compatibility Table Effectiveness against foreign matter Glass beads sprinkled (dia. 40 micrometers) on the valve seat Before After   Soft-Seal Diaphragm No significant scratchs are observed. All-Teflon Diaphragm Many small holes can...

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