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Introducing Bonomi Solenoid Valves

If you have yet to discover  Bonomi solenoid valves, it's time to give them your full attention, considering the company's first rate reputation and long history of success.  As one of the market's leading manufacturers, Bonomi Valves has produced outstanding solenoids for many years.  Their durable, reliable, and versatile solenoids have been quietly overtaking the competition.  To [...]

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Selecting the Perfect Bonomi 3 Way Ball Valve

Selecting the perfect Bonomi 3-Way valve is easier than you think.  Considering Bonomi valves are backed by over seven generations of valve manufacturing experience, you know that selecting Bonomi as your valve manufacturer of choice is a wise decision.  Bonomi offers a wide variety of 3-way and other valve configurations for any gas, oil, or water [...]

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Why Choose a Bonomi Ball Valve?

Bonomi ball valves are known throughout the world for their exceptional quality. Solid construction...competitive pricing...are all synonymous with the Bonomi name, and those qualities are certainly found in their diverse line of brass, bronze, stainless steel, and lead-free ball valves.  The bottom line, Bonomi Valves are quickly becoming known throughout the industry as a serious competitor, [...]

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Selecting the Best Apollo Ball Valve for Natural Gas Use

When selecting an Apollo Ball Valve for natural gas use, you'll most likely prefer a ball valve, and should consider only buying from a brand that is tried and true.  The Apollo brand has been around since 1968, and is synonymous with innovation and cutting-edge technology.  Why then--if you're looking [...]

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Choosing the Right Seals for Your Cold Temperature, Cryogenic Valves

Cryogenic Seals Choosing the right seals for your cold temperature and  cryogenic valves will depend on the stipulations of your media and processing needs. Various medias present unique problems when it comes to the success rate of a seal: wear and tear is caused by repeated valve cycling, pressure, and thermal expansion, as well. In addition to [...]

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Product Review: Flo-Tite Cryo and Low Temperature Valves

The  Flo-Tite Cryo Series should be seriously considered when shopping for cryogenic valves, particularly if your processing requirements include ball valves.  Flo-Tite has over 30 years of design and manufacturing experience, which has been centered around a heavy focus on perfecting industrial grade ball valves.  Handling sensitive cryogenic media demands perfection from all points of a processing [...]

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Difference Between a Vented Ball Valve and a Standard Ball Valve

While the difference between a  vented ball valve and a standard ball valve may seem obvious on the surface of what constitutes their individual functions, that distinction becomes far more critical when we introduce the factor of cryogenic processing.  In such an application, it is important to know more than just the surface level distinctions, and [...]

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Why Choose Apollo Check Valves?

When considering check valves, as a plumber, engineer, head of maintenance, etc. you have a lot of options to choose from. So why choose Apollo check valves? To answer this question, consider first who it is that manufactures one of the most well known and trusted names in valves--Conbraco Industries, Inc. Conbraco can trace [...]

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Understanding T-Port vs L-Port Directional Flows

To understand "T"-port and an "L"-port  3 way valves and what makes them different, it's important to first establish what each of these terms mean.  By clearly defining each term, the difference in directional flow purpose will be easier to understand.  First, let's define exactly what a diverter valve does. In simple comparison, a 3 way [...]

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Directional Valves: Top 5 Things You Need to Know

When selecting directional valves, there are five things that should be kept in mind.  It would be simpler if one valve could suffice for more than one material, but all fluids, gasses, oils, etc., as well as their respective applications, have different characteristics that require different valve construction and configurations.  It's no longer like the old [...]

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