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Versatile Plastic Diaphragm Check Valves Increase Options in Medical Designs

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AnandY   10/24/2013 12:36:46 PM
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I am particularly impressed by one aspect of their versatility; the fact the spatial orientation does not affect their operation. The fact that they can be installed vertically and yet still do not allow anything to flow through them under the influence of gravity definitely increases their reliability in sensitive medical design.

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Greg M. Jung   10/20/2013 7:23:20 PM
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Well written article.  It would also be interesting to know potential cost savings using this new type of technology.

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Valve improvements
Rob Spiegel   10/7/2013 11:17:51 AM
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Interesting article Riley. How were these valve challenges handled in the past?

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