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Asahi/America
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Stainless steel panel mount inserts for use with Asahi/America type 21/21A ball valves.
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Stainless steel panel mount inserts for use with Asahi/America type 21/21A ball valves.
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The Asahi/America Type 21 ball valve stem extension kits are the ideal solution for accessing valves that are installed in out-of-reach locations. Machined from PVC bar stock to exact specifications, for a factory fit and finish. Available for valves 1-1/2" to 2", extension kits are supplied to be assembled and installed using your existing or new Type 21 ball valve, and Schedule 40/80 PVC pipe. Cut your pipe to the desired length, solvent cement to the extension couplings, and install on the valve for a simple and effective stem extension.

Typical applications include:
  • Insulated piping systems
  • Pools and water features
  • Aquariums
  • Water treatment
  • Irrigation
  • Chemical processing
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The Asahi/America Type 21 ball valve stem extension kits are the ideal solution for accessing valves that are installed in out-of-reach locations. Machined from PVC bar stock to exact specifications, for a factory fit and finish. Available for valves 1-1/2" to 2", extension kits are supplied to be assembled and installed using your existing or new Type 21 ball valve, and Schedule 40/80 PVC pipe. Cut your pipe to the desired length, solvent cement to the extension couplings, and install on the valve for a simple and effective stem extension.

Typical applications include:
  • Insulated piping systems
  • Pools and water features
  • Aquariums
  • Water treatment
  • Irrigation
  • Chemical processing
Asahi/America
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The Asahi/America Type 21 ball valve stem extension kits are the ideal solution for accessing valves that are installed in out-of-reach locations. Machined from PVC bar stock to exact specifications, for a factory fit and finish. Available for valves 1-1/2" to 2", extension kits are supplied to be assembled and installed using your existing or new Type 21 ball valve, and Schedule 40/80 PVC pipe. Cut your pipe to the desired length, solvent cement to the extension couplings, and install on the valve for a simple and effective stem extension.

Typical applications include:
  • Insulated piping systems
  • Pools and water features
  • Aquariums
  • Water treatment
  • Irrigation
  • Chemical processing
Asahi/America
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The Asahi/America Type 21 ball valve stem extension kits are the ideal solution for accessing valves that are installed in out-of-reach locations. Machined from PVC bar stock to exact specifications, for a factory fit and finish. Available for valves 1-1/2" to 2", extension kits are supplied to be assembled and installed using your existing or new Type 21 ball valve, and Schedule 40/80 PVC pipe. Cut your pipe to the desired length, solvent cement to the extension couplings, and install on the valve for a simple and effective stem extension.

Typical applications include:
  • Insulated piping systems
  • Pools and water features
  • Aquariums
  • Water treatment
  • Irrigation
  • Chemical processing
Item # 1076002
Size:
1/4"
Material:
PVC
End Connections:
FPT
Asahi/America
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This is a quarter-turn plastic (PVC) manual ball valve. It has many process control monitoring and fluid sampling uses in the laboratory. These are quarter-inch valves, which come in seven configurations. They may be used for simple on/off service or for calibrating flow. Ideal Applications Include: Chemical processing, water and wastewater.
Item # 1077002
Size:
1/4"
Material:
PVC
End Connections:
MPT
Asahi/America
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This is a quarter-turn plastic (PVC) manual ball valve. It has many process control monitoring and fluid sampling uses in the laboratory. These are quarter-inch valves, which come in seven configurations. They may be used for simple on/off service or for calibrating flow. Ideal Applications Include: Chemical processing, water and wastewater.
Item # 1078002
Size:
1/4"
Material:
PVC
End Connections:
MPTxHose Barb
Asahi/America
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This is a quarter-turn plastic (PVC) manual ball valve. It has many process control monitoring and fluid sampling uses in the laboratory. These are quarter-inch valves, which come in seven configurations. They may be used for simple on/off service or for calibrating flow. Ideal Applications Include: Chemical processing, water and wastewater.
Item # 1079002
Size:
1/4"
Material:
PVC
End Connections:
Hose Barb
Asahi/America
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This is a quarter-turn plastic (PVC) manual ball valve. It has many process control monitoring and fluid sampling uses in the laboratory. These are quarter-inch valves, which come in seven configurations. They may be used for simple on/off service or for calibrating flow. Ideal Applications Include: Chemical processing, water and wastewater.
Item # 1080002
Size:
1/4"
Material:
PVC
End Connections:
FPT x MPT
Asahi/America
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The Type-14 diaphragm valve features improved body to bonnet sealing performance, visual position indication, weir design for excellent throttling capabilities and built in travel stop to prevent over-tightening and eliminate compressive strain. Bubble tight sealing can be achieved even in tough applications containing suspended particles or slurrys. Asahi's Type-14 diaphragm valve features a layered EPDM/PTFE diaphragm which can accept the addition of a PVDF gas barrier for aggressive chemicals such as Sodium Hypochlorite which produces an off-gas that can permeate the PTFE layer, unlike laminated PTFE diaphragms which cannot accept a PVDF membrane and actually can become de-lamintated in this highly corrosive environment leading to a potentially hazardous situation.
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
Asahi/America
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Wafer check valves have a solid thermoplastic body with a very thin "wafer" profile that makes them an ideal check valve for applications that require valves with short takeout lengths. Similar in operation to a swing check valve, the wafer check has a solid thermoplastic disc and seat arrangement that performs the check action. In one direction, fluid lifts the disc off of the seat and allows fluid to pass freely. In the opposite direction fluid drives the disc into the seat, creating a seal and preventing fluid from back flowing upstream. Because of its slim profile, wafer style checks are unlikely to clog which makes them ideal for service lines with large debris or solids. Wafer check valves are used in applications where it is essential to ensure fluid flow passes in only one direction. Wafer check valves can be mounted in vertical or horizontal directions, with the only restriction being a minimum back-pressure required to properly seat the check valve. Spring assists and lever and weight mechanisms are available options to assist in closing the valve quicker to reduce water hammer concerns.

Typical applications include: Tank inlets/outlets; preventing backflow into a pump; one-way mixing; water hammer mitigation; pressure balancing; process intakes. In the following industries: chemical processing, bleach plants, aquariums, mining, water treatment, landfills, swimming pools, power plants.
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The Series 92 electric actuator is our primary electric actuator for most butterfly valves, and our larger ball valves, as well as multi-turn diaphragm and gate valves.Features include 2-SPDT switches, output 400 in/lbs - 2000 in/lbstorque, conduit 1/2 NPT. Ideal Applications Include: Remote locations, locations with no air supply, colder temperatures, larger valves
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The Type-14 diaphragm valve features improved body to bonnet sealing performance, visual position indication, weir design for excellent throttling capabilities and built in travel stop to prevent over-tightening and eliminate compressive strain. Bubble tight sealing can be achieved even in tough applications containing suspended particles or slurrys. Asahi's Type-14 diaphragm valve features a layered EPDM/PTFE diaphragm which can accept the addition of a PVDF gas barrier for aggressive chemicals such as Sodium Hypochlorite which produces an off-gas that can permeate the PTFE layer, unlike laminated PTFE diaphragms which cannot accept a PVDF membrane and actually can become de-lamintated in this highly corrosive environment leading to a potentially hazardous situation.

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