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January 13, 2015 ESTIMATE: $3,200,000 SCOPE: The project comprises furnishing all labor, materials, and equipment to remove and replace twelve (12) dual cell Denitrification Filter underdrain blocks, filter media and support gravel including the fabrication of two (2) stainless steel stop logs, installation and removal of the stop logs, removal and replacement of twelve (12) 20-inch knife gate valves on the filter effluent pipe, cleaning, removal and proper disposal of debris with all associated work required for a complete project in accordance with the Contract Documents.
com)-- Lined Valve Company, an American owned and run small business, has for almost 20 years been successfully designing and manufacturing knife gate valves for a diverse range of industrial and municipal applications.
The gasketed three-piece cover, safety grating and pneumatically-operated 10" knife gate valve are all designed to facilitate convenient ingredient charging and dust-tight operation.
The company offers a full line of pinch valves, check valves, knife gate valves, pressure sensors, air diffusers and rubber products.
Red Valve offers a full line of pinch valves, check valves, knife gate valves, pressure sensors, air diffusers and rubber products.
Iwatani International Corporation of America has recently released its multi-sealable knife gate valve designed for extended performance in the harsh environments common to the pulp and paper, chemical, wastewater, food and mining industries.
Reiss, located in Peterborough, England, manufactures knife gate valves and serves the pulp and paper, water/wastewater, power, cement manufacturing, and new construction industries.
The Reiss knife gate valve is a process valve that complements PCC Flow Technologies' growing line of quarter-turn valves," said William C.