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The new Isogate WS Series valve sleeves incorporate Linatex wear resistant technology and is designed using Weir Minerals' extensive experience of slurry knife gate valve applications.
The Clarkson slurry valve, manufactured at Reno, Nevada, is ideally suited to applications where butterfly valves might show a significantly reduced life span as well as where standard knife gate valves are not designed to handle solids above 20 per cent.
The LineClear Lateral, says the company, is an economical alternative to expensive knife gate valves, which were previously used to combat the accumulation of "blow-by" material.
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.
United Conveyor Corporation (UCC) recently launched the 40DH Heated Blade Knife Gate Valve designed for on/off isolation service in pneumatic conveying systems.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] This specialist in solving dry material handling problems announced the addition of the StopTight manual and pneumatic knife gate valves for dry solids, granules, and powders.
The knife gate valve is said to incorporate a robust design.