Swagelok® Ultrahigh-Purity Fluoropolymer Diaphragm Valves (DRP Series)
Swagelok ultrahigh-purity fluoropolymer diaphragm valves offer a strong solution for UHP chemical distribution, DI water, and bulk chemical delivery systems.Request More Information
The DRP series’ enhanced diaphragm design is optimized to minimize stress during cycling, minimize entrapment areas and the opportunity for process fluid contamination, and extend the life of the diaphragm. The modified PTFE body has a fully swept flow path to ensure continuous cleaning and minimize fluid shear.
DRP series valves meet SEMI Standard F57-0301.
|Pressure Rating||Up to 100 psig (6.8 bar)|
|Media Temperature||73° to 212°F (23° to 100°C)|
|Flow Coefficient||Up to 10.2|
|Body, Diaphragm Material||Modified PTFE|
|Type||Fine thread flare and Nippon Pillar Super 300® standard|
|Size||1/4 to 1 1/4 in. and 6 to 25 mm|
|Configuration||2- and 3-way manual and pneumatic shutoff; adjustable flow and bypass models|
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Features: Pneumatic and quarter-turn manual 2-way and 3-way models; pneumatic and manual models with adjustable flow and bypass features; DuPont® Teflon® modified PTFE wetted parts and polypropylene actuator; Meet SEMI Standard F57-0301 for ultrahigh-purity system components; Fine thread flare and Nippon Pillar® Super 300 end connections standard; space saver and other end connections available; Custom manifolds and subassemblies available
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