Excess flow valves (EFVs) and flow monitors are essential to the functionality of many liquid or gas systems. In spite of their importance, these components are often overlooked during a system’s design phase. Often, standard mass-produced EFVs and flow monitors simply don’t perform or fit in-line with expectations.
In the mid-1800s, the world experienced the third Cholera Pandemic. This time, the disease killed more than 23,000 people in Britain alone. No one knew where the disease was coming from and doctors couldn’t stop it.
High-quality, clean air is vital to life. Dirty and polluted air can cause serious harm to our health and environment. To ensure we are breathing in the healthiest air possible, several sources monitor air quality closely – and within the last ten years, these sources have discovered that air quality has been declining.
This blog post discusses ChemTec products for gas delivery systems. It covers excess flow valves, flow monitors and custom solutions from ChemTec.
About ChemTec’s Excess Flow Valves
ChemTec manufactures Excess Flow Valves (EFVs) for a variety of industries. Constructed of high-quality materials such as 316 stainless steel and brass and are designed with features intended to optimize the control and flow of liquids and gases. Not only does ChemTec manufacture EFV configurations that are ready-made for common industry applications, but ChemTec also has the ability to create custom EFVs to fit specific needs.
Nitrogen gas is used in many applications and can be found in both industrial and commercial settings. A common method for producing nitrogen is a nitrogen generator. Using compressed air, an on-site nitrogen generator can make 99% pure nitrogen on demand for food preservation, beer crafting, metal forging, petroleum refining, and pharmaceutical manufacturing to name a few notable applications.
Flow monitors are essential to a variety of industrial and commercial operations. The right monitor can ensure safety, consistency, and quality in even the most sensitive of applications. ChemTec makes the 500 BP Series for companies who need a durable flow monitor that they can count on time after time.
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Cryogenics relies on a precise freezing methodology and requires equally precise equipment to get it right. ChemTec manufactures flow devices that help companies maximize safety, improve productivity, and in turn saves money.