Cole-Parmer Datasheets for Plastic Valves

Plastic valves are made from plastic materials and are used in applications that require corrosion resistance and/or chemical handling.
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Product Name Notes
• Designed for use in corrosive environments • Multi-turn handle gives you precise control • Position indicator shows exact location of valve • Self draining allows for little dead volume...
• Glass reinforced polypropylene (PP) body with a polysulfone ball and EPDM seals • NSF 51 listed • FDA compliant for contact with food • All plastic design is leak...
• Ideal for low-pressure applications Choose from economical LDPE with neoprene disc; autoclavable PP with neoprene disc; or autoclavable PP with Hastelloy C<reg> springs, O-rings made of Viton<reg>, and built-in...
• NEMA 4X polypropylene housing for harsh operating conditions • Thermal overload circuit protects the motor from burnout and overheating
• Optimized valve body provides double the C<sub>V</sub> values • Two-color positition indicator on handwheel • Elimination of bolts removes corrosive weak points • Mount vertically or horizontally • PVC...
• PTFE wetted parts allow for maximum chemical resistance • Ideal for use in semiconductor or pharmaceutical manufacturing and chemical processing • Bidirectional 1/4-turn from OFF to ON • PTFE...
• Quarter-turn valves offer numerous standard features • Four limit switches provide electrical control of actuator • NEMA 4X electrical enclosure • Position indicators show yellow for open and red...
• True union ball valve with added safety and functionality for a diverse range of applications • PTFE ball seat with high abrasion resistance • Built-in tool for easy adjustment...
• Use with liquids and gases for pressure or vacuum applications • Breaking pressure is 0.18 psi, closing pressure is 0.014 psi • Install in any position <b>Note:</b> Valves require...
• Wetted materials fully compliant with NSF standards to ensure water and food safety • Valves create zero differential pressure • Integrated mounting holes for ease of installation or replacement...
2 solenoid; 2-inlet, 1-outlet
3 solenoid; 3-inlet, 1-outlet
4 solenoid; 4-inlet, 1-outlet
5 solenoid; 5-inlet, 1-outlet
6 solenoid; 6-inlet, 1-outlet
8 solenoid; 8-inlet, 1-outlet
All valves have Viton<reg> diaphragms.
Ball valves give you precise control over the entire 180<deg> range. True union design lets you remove wetted parts. Valves have Viton<reg> body seals and seats. Less than 5" overall...
Ball Valves
Constructed of acetal, NBR rubber, and 303 stainless steel. Maximum temperature is 150<deg>F (66<deg>C). Install in any position.
Control flow with the 90<deg> rotating handle. Valves have seals made of Viton<reg> fluoroelastomer and seats made of PTFE. Maximum pressure is 150 psi at 32<deg>F (10.3 bar at 0<deg>C);
CPVC valve, double Viton(R) seals, NEMA 4X polypropylene housing
Plug valves are FDA-approved and feature PFA seals and nuts.
PVC and PP valves withstand up to 150 psi; PVDF up to 200 psi. Seats are made of PTFE and O-rings made of Viton<reg>. Pipe thread connections.
PVC body
PVC valve, double Viton(R) seals, NEMA 4X polypropylene housing
Spray Gun Valves (actuated)
Use elliptic valves for liquid, gas, and vacuum applications. Valves are easy to disassemble. Simply pull out the handle and push your stem through the bottom<emdash>allowing you to clean and...
Use these push-to-connect check valves for rigid and semirigid plastic tubing. Acetal body with EPDM O-rings. Temperature range of 34<deg>F (1.1<deg>C) to 150<deg>F (65.6<deg>C).
Valves with socket and NPT(F) threaded connectors

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