December 6, 2010 | By Mary Del
Parker Fluid Control Division has released a new catalogue for its Sinclair Collins K Series Process Control Valves. The valve line offers durable, long-lasting construction in reduced- and full-flow models, the company says. The Process Control Valve’s rugged design and reliability make it ideally suited for the control of steam, gas, liquids or chemicals. It can withstand extreme temperature ranges from -40 to 450 degrees F and, when used with an extended bonnet, can perform in cryogenic applications or high-temperature ranges.
The catalogue lists specifications and dimensions for bronze and stainless steel body versions of the valve. Assorted options, including flanges and extended bonnet, as well as accessories such as a positioner, are also highlighted. The catalogue also includes a section that offers tips on proper valve sizing and selection, as well as flow tables, to aid in the selection process.