Stream switching system

The Gen II R-max Stream Switching System is a multi-functional system designed to control gases and liquids in analytical systems

04/19/2013


The Gen II R-max Stream Switching System is a multi-functional system designed to control gases and liquids in analytical systems. Courtesy: Parker HannifinThe Gen II R-max Stream Switching System is a multi-functional system capable of integrating both stream switching and filtering into one compact, modular assembly.  The Gen II system features enhancements to the R-max Stream Switching System and is backwards compatible. Enhancements to the Gen II system include a captured vent that prevents cross-contamination; improved position indicator for quick recognition of valve actuation; easier removal of cartridges for maintenance; and an atmospheric reference vent module. The Gen II R-max is designed to control gases and liquids in analytical systems ranging from vacuum to 500 psig.

Parker Hannifin Corporation

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