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Clippard AIV Series Air-Piloted Media Isolation Valves

March 27, 2024
A multi-functional valve stem provides a long service life for the air-piloted media isolation valves.

The Clippard AIV Series air-piloted media isolation valves are air operated which makes them an intrinsically safe device for flow control.

Features of the AIV Series include:

  • no heat build-up
  • multi-functional valve stem for long life
  • compact and lightweight design
  • wetted areas are PTFE and PEEK for use with corrosive media

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