Supplier's Corner

Novel Valve Systems from Lee Industries

November 30, -0001

The Fluid Transfer division of Lee Industries has introduced cleaning solutions for sanitary valves. As a standard feature, Fluid Transfer Ball Valves are easily disassembled for cleaning and quickly reassembled to get them back in service. Another option is the C.I.P. Ball Valves, which are ideal for situations that require clean-in-place. These valves are designed with a dedicated C.I.P. port and unique cutaway ball, which allow for cleaning solutions to flow through the cavity of the body and ball, thoroughly cleaning the valve without removing it from service. The C.I.P. port can also double as a product sampling port, furthering the value of this design, according to Lee. More info: (814) 342-0902, e-mail: sales@fluidtransfervalves.com
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