Explosion protection passive isolation valve

The passive isolation explosion protection is a solution for dust aspiration and dilute-phase pneumatic conveyance systems.

06/17/2015


The new passive isolation explosion protection is a solution for dust aspiration and dilute-phase pneumatic conveyance systems. Courtesy: Fike CorporationThe ValvEx passive explosion isolation valve is designed to prevent flame and pressure propagation through interconnected pipes, ducts, or conveying lines to additional process equipment or operating locations. It is a “passive” valve, meaning it is closed by the explosion pressure itself. It resets itself automatically after an explosion event. The valve is third-party tested and ATEX-certified, making it suitable for use in processes that involve combustible materials.

Fike Corp.

www.fike.com



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