TFS Takasago Fluidic Systems

  • Pressure Relief Valve - Diaphragm Type Inert Relief Valve
  • Pressure Relief Valve - Diaphragm Type Inert Relief Valve

Pressure Relief Valve - Diaphragm Type Inert Relief Valve

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FEATURES / CHARACTERISTICS

Protect the Detectors in Analytical Instruments from the Abnormal Pressure of Chemicals and Samples

  • Uses a diaphragm structure with only highly inert wetted materials such as PTFE, PPS, and FFKM, and is capable of handling severe medias with strong acids and strong alkalis.
  1. The valve opens and the media flows to the secondary port when the primary pressure exceeds the relief pressure, preventing the pressure in the flow channel from rising further.
  2. Low cost with no pressure sensor required. Further cost reduction is possible after using molded parts.

    Please feel free to consult with us for custom design options.

  3. Installs directly on the piping system (flow-through structure), which eliminates the dead volumes created by branch piping to relieve pressure.

*Note: Details including specifications, etc. may be changed without notification.

SPECIFICATIONS

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Model Number Relief Valve
Relief Pressure 100–1,000 kPa *1
Port Connection M6, 1/4-28UNF, or Push-in Fitting *2
Orifice(mm) φ1.0 mm
Body Material PPS (Optionally PEEK)
Seal Material FFKM
Other Wetted Materials PTFE
Notes

*Note: Details including specifications, etc. may be changed without notification.

*1: Relief pressure is customized and preset for each model, and is not adjustable. Relief pressure may fluctuate slightly from preset value due to ambient temperature. Feel free to consult with us about customization options.

*2 When using a push-in fitting, the wetted materials are only PTFE, PPS, and FFKM.

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