Kofloc Constant Flow Valve for Liquid Model 2600S & PVC Series

Constant Flow Valve for Liquid
MODEL 2600 SERIES

This is a constant flow valve developed for liquids, and maintains a constant liquid flow irrespective of pressure changes on the primary and secondary sides.

Features
1.Excellent constant flow valve for liquids
   The valve is made of high-precision parts for smooth control.
2.Immune to pressure changes
   The valve keeps the flow constant irrespective of changes in the primary- and secondary-side (outlet-side) pressure.
3.Control of very small flow from 10 ml/min
4.Upper and lower diaphragm chambers equipped with airbreathers
   Air breathing during initial flow setting permits high accuracy control.





Applications
1.Analyzers
2.Environmental measuring instruments
3.Liquid mixing equipment

Standard Spesifications
1.Fluid
Model 2600-S : H2O
PVC : H2O
2. Flow rating (at H2O calibration condition)
Model 2600-S : 1-10 ML/MIN                                PVC :  1-10 ML/MIN
                      10-100 ML/MIN                                        10-100 ML/MIN
                       0.1-1 L/MIN                                             0.1-1 L/MIN
3. Control accuracy Note 1
Model 2600-S : ±3% F.S.
PVC : ±3% F.S.
4. Operating differential pressure : 0.1 MPa or more
5. Operating pressure : 0.1-0.5 Mpa
6. Proof pressure : 0.7 Mpa
7. Materials of parts in contact with fluids
Model 2600-S : SUS 316, Viton, fluorocarbon resin
PVC : PVC, SUS 316, NBR, Viton
8. Operating temperature : 15-35
9. End connection
Model 2600-S : Rc 1/4
PVC : Rc 1/8
Note: The control accuracy is guaranteed only when the fluid temperature is constant,
because the viscosity varies with temperature.
Contact us for the detailed specifications.
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