Ideal in point-of-use applications when low flow is required, including:
High-purity, corrosive chemical handling
Wet etch and clean (WEC) process chemicals
Low volume bulk chemical delivery
Chemical line sizes 1/2" or smaller
Dimension Note: Dimensions are the same regardless of body material (PVDF or ECTFE) or nut material (PVDF, PFA or CPFA).
Flow Factor Cv (Kv)
2.00" (50.8 mm)
1/4" PureBond fusible pipe
4.00" (101.6 mm)
4.12" (104.6 mm)
4.28" (108.7 mm)
Sensing Option Dimensional Information (shown in 4th drawing above) A Remote Position Indication option is available to monitor valve open and closed positions electronically.
Note: To enable the remote position indication option you must special order the Omron sensor (-OM) on the valve. In addition, order Omron position sensor indicator (EE-SX770R or EE-SX770A), which are sold separately.
Panel Mount Instructions
Panel thickness must be within .12" (3.0 mm) to .38" (9.5 mm).
After installing on panel, tighten panel mounting nut to 20.0 inch•lbs. (2.25 N•m) torque, or 1/4-turn beyond hand tight.
Note: The Port 2 Pressure vs. Port 1 and 3 as a Function of Media Temperature graph is not applicable for valves with ECTFE external components. For ECTFE temperature rating refer to the Specification table below.
Valve can be used with either common inlet or common outlet.
In unactuated position flow is through Ports 2 and 1.
In actuated position flow is through Ports 2 and 3.
80 psig (552 kPa) at 70°F (21°C) media temperature 60 psig (414 kPa) at 212°F (100°C) media temperature 20 psig (138 kPa) at 300°F (150°C) media temperature 120 psig (827 kPa) proof pressure
35° to 150°F (2° to 65°C), ambient 35° to 300°F (2° to 150°C), fluid 35° to 75°F (2° to 24°C) for ECTFE external components, ambient and fluid
Pneumatic supply pressure:
60 psig (413.7 kPa) minimum to 70 psig (482.6 kPa) maximum
Pneumatic supply port:
All wetted parts are PFA. Exterior actuator parts are PVDF. Interior actuator parts are PVDF, stainless steel and Viton®.
Note: Actual valve performance varies with pressure and temperature. Refer to actual ratings in performance charts.