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Description

The type 615 is an extremely compact pneumatically actuated valve with many features which make them ideal for pharmaceutical and bio-processing applications.

Standard Features
  • Extremely compact design
  • Sanitary internals
  • Visual position indicator
  • Maintenance-free piston actuator
  • FDA compliant diaphragms
  • Body material 316L stainless steel
  • Triclamp® O.D. Tubing, ISO, and DIN end connections
  • Sizes 3/8" - 3/4"
Available Options
  • Electrical limit and proximity switches
  • Stroke limiter
Special connections:
Hose barb, tube extensions, Swagelok® , Cajon VCR® , Ingold® , and others available upon request.

Fabrications
Cluster valve assemblies for horizontal and vertical orientations, Bottle Sampling, and custom fabrications upon request.

Materials
AL-6XN® , Hastelloy® , Titanium, and others available upon request.

Typical Applications
  • Pharmaceutical manufacturing
  • Bioprocessing
  • Cosmetic
  • Brewery Service
  • Food and Beverage
  • Semiconductor
  • High Purity Chemicals

Specifications

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Type 615
Nominal Size 10 mm15 mm20 mm
Body Configuration 2-way valve body
Connection
Butt weld OD tubing Extended O.D. Tubing Extended O.D. Tubing by Triclamp® O.D. Tubing by Triclamp® Tri-clamp®
Body Material Forged Body: Stainless steel 316 L Δ 1.4435 (ASTM A 182)
Diaphragm Material1 2nd generation, modified Teflon® with Ethylene-proplylene backing (TFM/EPDM) Ethylene-propylene Rubber for saturated steam max 302° F (EPDM) Ethylene-propylene Rubber for saturated steam max 302° F (EPDM) Ethylene-propylene Rubber for saturated steam max 302° F (EPDM)
Control Function Double acting Normally closed Normally open
Surface Finish
10 µ-in. (E-pol) 11 µ-in. (Mechanical) 15 µ-in. (E-pol) 20 µ-in. (E-pol) 20 µ-in. (Mechanical) 25 µ-in. (Mechanical) 32 µ-in. (Mechanical)
Max. Perm. Temperature of Working Medium2 80 ºC176 ºF
Max. Perm. Temperature of the Pilot Medium 104 ºF
  • 1 All diaphragms listed conform to the FDA code of Federal Regulations paragraph 177.2600 of section 21.
  • 2 Depending on diaphragm material