Zero Static Valve Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Levittown, PA

    It is our primary goal that we are able to treat each and every customer as if they were number one in hopes of turning first time customers into lifelong connections as well as to exceed customer expectation one hundred percent of the time in order to keep you coming back to us for all of your diaphragm valve needs! To receive more information about our company get in touch with our customer service staff today!

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  • New Berlin, WI

    At Aquamatic, we take pride in our commitment to engineering excellence and innovation. Our expertise lies in the design and production of cutting-edge diaphragm valves that set industry standards. With a rich history of delivering top-notch solutions, we, at Aquamatic, are dedicated to providing unparalleled performance and reliability in fluid control.

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  • Wilmington, MA

    Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology is a leader in the diaphragm valve industry. Our expert team works side by side with our customers to ensure that our products fit their needs. For more information about our diaphragm valves, visit our website or give us a call today!

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  • Lancaster, PA

    We manufacture a variety of butterfly control valves—stainless steel, lug, wafer butterfly valves, standard, custom, shut-off and more. ITT knows the various chemical, fluid and gas processes and engineers products accordingly. Our brand names include Fabri-Valve®, Richter™, Pure-Flo®.

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Zero Static Valves Industry Information

Zero Static Valves

Zero static valves are multi-port diaphragm valves that serve to promote drainage and eliminate dead-leg or process stream stagnation. These valves accomplish both measures not only by reducing the number of recesses where materials may be caught, but also providing an exhaust or purge port for materials that do become trapped. Manufacturers also use the third port for sampling or diverting process materials as needed for a given system.

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Applications of Zero Static Valves

Zero static valves, which are diaphragm valves, are capable of handling liquid, gaseous, and even semi-solid process streams without the risk of leaking or stagnation.

Many industries regularly use zero static valves, such as:

  • Biopharmaceutical
  • Agriculture
  • Irrigation
  • Plumbing
  • Water Treatment
  • Chemical and Food Processing
  • Pulp and Paper
  • Mining and Energy Production

With such a broad range of applications, it is important to consider zero static valves with regards to their intended use. Process streams commonly handled by these valves include silicones, adhesives, oils, chemicals, water, food, cleaners, sanitizers, coatings, and fuel.

Zero Static Valve Design and Customization

Hygienic valves, biotech valves, and sanitary diaphragm valves utilize zero static valve components to further ensure aseptic operations. Alternative valve designs that use balls, reciprocating rods, or flanges result in several exposed recesses which, without a zero static mechanism, easily retain materials. If not promptly removed, process stream stagnation can quickly lead to bacterial growth, which may corrode piping and contaminate the entire process stream. As such, zero static valve components must be made out of chemically compatible materials in order to promote product longevity and efficiency. Durable metals such as brass, steel, and stainless steel as well as PVC, CPVC, polypropylene, and other plastic materials are used to construct valve components. The diaphragm itself may be made of elasticized metals, though corrosion-resistant polymers are more frequently used. These valves can be installed inline or perpendicular to the pipeline by using weir valves or seat valves respectively. The valve is installed directly behind the diaphragm and in close proximity to the main line. Compact models are especially popular as they can be installed even into flow lines or cisterns with complex geometries and limited space.

Factors to Consider When Purchasing Zero Static Valves

As zero static valves are commonly referred to as point of use or downstream purge valves, it is important to be aware of product specifications in order to ensure the optimal valve for a given application. Operating temperatures, production methods, number and size of ports, overall dimensions, flow compensation, and actuator type, in addition to the material concerns mentioned above, should be scrutinized when selecting a zero static valve.

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