Supplier's Corner

Lee Industries Introduces New Mini Valves

November 22, 2005

The fluid transfer division of Lee Industries, Inc., Philipsburg, PA, offers
fractional size in-line, two- and three-way divert Fluid-Flow ball valves. The mini valves are precision made of T-316 stainless steel and are designed for corrosion-resistant, sanitary applications in the food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and beverage industries. The solid construction of the valves provides maximum reliability and failure-free performance under the most extreme conditions, according to company executives. Clean-up and maintenance costs are reduced because of the simple two-piece design that allows fast breakdown by hand. The valves can also be used in CIP systems. More info: (814) 342-0902; Fax: (814) 342-5660; E-mail: sales@leeind.com.
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