Rectangular explosion vent

Fike's CV-S Explosion Vent is specifically designed to provide a nonfragmenting opening when protecting industrial processing equipment.

06/06/2013


Fike announces the release of the rectangular version of its CV-S Explosion Vent. Specifically designed to provide a nonfragmenting opening when protecting industrial processing equipment, the CV-S explosion vent provides superior protection in applications such as air-material separation, drying, conveyance, and processing operations. An additional advantage of the rectangular CV-S explosion vent is its availability in sizes ranging from 9 x 12-in. to 44 x 69-in., including metric and custom sizes. With optional accessories such as burst indicators, weather covers, and atmospheric insulation kits, CV-S vents offer a flexible, efficient option in explosion protection. 

Fike 

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