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A valve for processing abrasive or corrosive substances

By Chemical Engineering |

The new SKW (slurry knife wafer) valve was developed for applications where abrasive or corrosive slurries, powders or coarse substances are processed. The compangate valve work cloudy has engineered its SKW valve at full-bore with no flow restrictions, allowing processes with abrasive or corrosive fluids — such as lime slurry or mineral slurries — to move without compromising performance. The main benefit to a full-bore design is that the SKW valve itself becomes an integral part of the pipe, and allows it to handle the same fluids in the harshest of conditions. — Flowrox, Inc., Linthicum, Md.

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