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Hex gauge syphons act as thermal and liquid seal barriers between hot process vapors (such as steam and heat transfer fluids) and the gauge pressure instrument.
The Hex HB52 Bleed Tee is ideal for modernizing outdated, non-bleed gauge installations. During instrument maintenance, simply thread the HB52 into the outlet of an existing block valve.
For more critical services, the HB59 Integral Block and Bleed Valve combines a fully packed backseated block valve and a fully packed backseated bleed valve into a single, streamlined assembly that minimizes threaded connections.
The HG35 gauge valve, with a male inlet and a male outlet, meets the applications requirement for a block and bleed valve without the need for a close nipple when connecting to a female port on a gauge pressure transmitter rated to 6980 psi.
Compared to traditional piping methods using gate valves, tees and nipples, the HG46 provides a quick, inexpensive and compact means of installing gauges and static pressure instrumentation.
A roddable, hard seated orifice valve that overcomes the drawbacks of conventional valve designs. Ideal for use on high temperature, viscous services, the HG47 provides full port, unrestricted flow.
The HG48 gauge/block valve provides three outlet connections to facilitate the mounting of gauges and other static pressure instruments in a variety of positions.