Model 075P2NC and NO now available for effective control of fluid handling systems
Boonton, NJ (July 8, 2009) – Providing more effective control of flow paths for fluid handling systems, Bio-Chem Fluidics introduces its newly redesigned solenoid operated pinch valves.
The 075P2 2-way valves, now available, have low power requirements and are available with a normally open or normally closed valve function.
The new design eliminates sharp edges, with smooth contours that allow easier insertion and removal of tubing without snares. An integrated insert provides both positive tube retention and confirmation of correct tubing size. Manual push-button override is available as an option.
The new design includes a valve body constructed from Luran and a plunger composed of Ryton. These materials are resistant to most common cleaning solutions and easily meet Bio-Chem’s 2 million cycle operation standard.
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In-booth product samples available for viewing by attendees
Boonton, NJ (February 10, 2009) – Bio-Chem Fluidics, manufacturer of precision fluid handling devices for high purity applications, will feature its solvent safety bottle caps and chromatography columns at the Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy (Pittcon) 2009, booth 2719. The expo will take place from March 9-13 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois.
Bio-Chem Fluidics’ solvent safety bottle caps provide a safer method of sealing bottles than traditional methods. A new brochure detailing the safety aspects of this technology will be available for attendees at Bio-Chem’s booth.
The company will also be featuring its chromatography columns. These precision glass columns for low and mid-pressure liquid chromatography applications will be available for viewing by attendees.
In addition to its featured products, Bio-Chem Fluidics will have its pinch and isolation valves, micro pumps, tubing kits and fitting system components available for attendees. To view samples of these products, visit booth 2719 at Pittcon.
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