Metaclamp Sanitary Sight Flow Indicator
Described as offering the optics of glass and the strength of steel, these glass elements provide a level of safety, and useful service life, well beyond that provided by conventional tempered glass or plastic in sanitary service. Even at the most extreme temperature (as high as 536° F) or in overpressure situations, sudden, total failure - that involves leakage or explosive shattering of the glass - essentially never occurs.
This L.J. Star product carries Canadian Registration Number (CRN) registration.
This in-line sight flow indicator incorporates a ferrule fitted with two opposing MetaClamp sight glass windows.
- MetaClamp fused sight glass windows.
- Sterilizable and autoclavable.
- Mounting: sanitary clamp (optional orbital weld or flange available).
- Up to 536* F.
- Up to 150 PSI.
- 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.
"Thanks so much! What a quick turn around. It is a pleasure working with Liquidyne."
Process Development Manager
"I received the cart yesterday, thanks for the fast delivery! It feels sturdy. I sat on it. It does not bounce. It is also easy to clean and wipe or wash down."
Vice President, Analytical Development and Manufacturing
"Thanks again for reacting so quickly and meeting me halfway with the element. We will be able to get installed and have things keep moving overnight with the night crew. The little things like this are always greatly appreciated when working with Liquidyne."
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