PTFE Lined Diaphragm Valves
- Available from 50 mm x 75 mm, 100 mm x 75 mm, 100 mm x 150 mm sizes
- Highly Corrosive
- Toxic Liquid Services
- Heavy Duty Construction
Seamless Integration And Precise Control With Lined Flush Bottom Valves
Flush bottom valves are located at the bottom of tanks and vessels. These valves are used to drain and empty liquids, powders, or slurries from the tank or vessel above them. When the liquid or slurry is corrosive, it is critical to use lined flush bottom valves with materials that are corrosion-resistant.
Most of the time, flush bottom valves use PTFE / FEP / PFA / PVDF lining. By lining the valves with appropriate fluorocarbons, they are protected from any damage caused by the corrosive media that they handle, extending their lifespan. This saves money as well as the time and effort involved in the regular maintenance and replacement of unlined valves and fittings.
Why use PTFE Lined Flush Bottom Valve?
The PTFE lining in our PTFE Lined Flush Bottom Valve provides a high level of chemical resistance, making these valves suitable for use with highly corrosive or aggressive fluids such as acids, alkalis, and solvents. PTFE is also known for its non-stick properties, making it ideal for use in applications where product buildup could occur.