Clippard Releases E2S Series 10-mm Media Isolation Valves

Applications include printing, medical devices, dental equipment, fermentation, water treatment, dispensing, and more.

Rob Spiegel

June 4, 2024

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At a Glance

  • The E2S valves have a durable, glass-filled nylon body and an EPDM diaphragm.
  • These valves work for dispensing a wide range of aggressive gases and liquids.

Clippard has introduced the E2S series valves. The E2S series valve combines the versatility of Clippard’s compact 10-mm valve line with the advantages of media isolation. With a durable, glass-filled nylon body and an EPDM diaphragm that separates the actuation mechanism from the flow path, the E2S series is an excellent choice for dispensing a wide range of aggressive gases and liquids in applications that require compact, electronically controlled valves which have minimal backpressure. Applications include printing equipment, medical diagnostic devices, dental equipment, fermentation, water treatment, dispensing, and more.

Here's some background on Clippard valves:

The new valves are composed of a compact, 10-mm glass-filled nylon body, a EPDM diaphragm membrane. The valves are ready to ship. For more information about these valves or any of Clippard’s 7,000 other precision fluid control products, call 513-521-4261 or click here.

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Rob Spiegel

Rob Spiegel serves as a senior editor for Design News. He started with Design News in 2002 as a freelancer and hired on full-time in 2011. He covers automation, manufacturing, 3D printing, robotics, AI, and more.

Prior to Design News, he worked as a senior editor for Electronic News and Ecommerce Business. He has contributed to a wide range of industrial technology publications, including Automation World, Supply Chain Management Review, and Logistics Management. He is the author of six books.

Before covering technology, Rob spent 10 years as publisher and owner of Chile Pepper Magazine, a national consumer food publication.

As well as writing for Design News, Rob also participates in IME shows, webinars, and ebooks.

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