Single-drive Multi-function LSVs

It's quite common to have an array of valves in a process workflow in order to orchestrate complex fluid movements through a reactor network. Various parts of the reactor network are kept under different pressures based on the nature of the fluid occupying individual reactor parts and the process condition the fluid is under. Consequently, when a particular valve turns to execute a fluid diversion function, the pressure ripple travels from one reactor part to another based on the pressure differential. High synchronicity in valve actuation is critical to arrest such pressure ripples so as to not disturb the pressure equilibrium in the entire fluid system. We assist researchers with custom-designed valve stators that connect to various parts of the reactor and deliver individual valve functions from a single valve-drive motor. This solution saves cost, reduces complexity in coding, and eliminates pressure ripples due to the asynchronous valve actuation.

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