IMI PBM Sanitary Fire Rated 2-way Valve
IMI PBM's Fire-Rated Valves can accommodate flammable media in sanitary process environments. These API-607 qualified valves feature a backup metal seat against which the ball seals if the normal polytetrafluoroethylene seats melt under fire conditions. This metal seal allows only limited leakage under fire conditions.
- ASME BPE Compliant
- 1/2" through 3" sizes, 3-piece, 2-Way
- Passed API-607 testing
- 316L stainless (ASTM A351 CF3M), Hastelloy C276 and other ASME B16.34 listed materials.
- Variety of mechanical polish finishes as well as electropolish
- Variety of end connections including extended tube or pipe weld ends, hygienic clamp, compression
- Optional Patented Locking Lever Handle
- Certified Material Test Reports (CMTRS) provided for wetted components
- Full Range of Automation and Controls
At Liquidyne, we prioritize our commitment to quality and consistency. In 2017 we achieved ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System certification to ensure we can repeatedly deliver consistently high-quality products and solutions. Being an ISO 9001 facility, together with our USP Class VI Testing, ASME Bioprocessing Equipment (BPE), and EHEDG certification guarantee, we have the methodologies to assure quality. We will quickly and accurately rectify any issues if any of our products are ever in non-conformance.
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Process Development Manager
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Vice President, Analytical Development and Manufacturing
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