Aseptic Sight Glass with METAGLAS
These new weld-on sight glasses feature MetaClamp¨ sanitary safety sight windows which provide a level of safety and a useful service life well beyond that provided by the conventional tempered glass or plastic windows commonly used in aseptic and sanitary service. Also, the MetaClamp¨ window need not be removed during CIP and SIP since it is comprised of corrosion-resistant borosilicate glass and stainless steel, and has a temperature range to 536º F.
Aseptic Sight Glass Window
Design eliminates ferrule dead lag.
- Mounting: NA ConnectTM or TCI BoltConnect
- Glass: Borosilicate to DIN7080
- Metal: Stainless Steel or Hastelloy
- Up to 572º F.
- Up to 100 psi
- Ratings and approvals: USP Class VI, BPE Compliant, USP Type I borosilicate glass
- Sizes: 1/2 to 6 inches
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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