Index Inline Cartridge Check Valves

Inline Cartridge Check Valves

  • Low cracking pressures
  • Less than 150 μL internal volume
  • Materials of construction: PEEK; perfluoroelastomer (CV-3001); gold-plated stainless steel spring (CV-3001); ethylene propylene (CV-3011); and stainless steel spring (CV-3011)

 

Upchurch Scientific® cartridge-style Inline Check Valves are designed to limit flow to one direction. These assemblies withstand system pressures of 1,000 psi (69 bar). The cracking pressures for the Inline Check Valve Cartridges are 1.5 psi (0.1 bar) for the CV-3001 and 3 psi (0.2 bar) for the CV-3011. Tolerance on the cracking pressure for CV-3001 is ± 0.5 psi (0.03 bar) and ± 1.5 psi (0.1 bar) on CV-3011.

 

Application NOTE:

Inlet Solvent Reservoir:

  • Quickly change your solvent on the low pressure end of an HPLC system, while preventing potentially hazardous spills! Just install a Quick-Stop Luer Check Valve Assembly between your solvent reservoir and the pump, with the valve towards the bottle. The valve will prevent solvent leakage from the line coming from the reservoir, while the check valves in your pump prevent spills from the line leading to the pump. With both lines still full of solvent, this system also helps reduce the need to reprime your pump.

 

FIA Sample Injection:

  • The Quick-Stop Luer Check Valve provides a practical means to introduce a sample into FIA and other low pressure systems, when used in conjunction with a P-612 Pressure Relief Valve Tee (page 154). Simply connect the Tee into the appropriate flow path line with the included fittings and thread the P-697 Quick-Stop Luer Valve onto the 1/4-28 male end of the Tee. Sample can then be introduced conveniently by using a standard luertipped syringe. The check valve is automatically opened when the syringe is attached and closed when the syringe is removed.

 

Post Column Derivitization:

  • For post-column derivitization, place a CV-3000 Inline Check Valve on the effluent side of your column to prevent derivatizing agents from flowing backwards and poisoning the column. Placement on the post-column reagent line will also prevent mobile phase from contaminating the reagent if the auxiliary pump fails.

 

Helium Sparging Tank Protection:

  • Try the CV-3010 Assembly, designed specifically for degassing (sparging) lines to prevent solvent backup if the sparging gas runs out. This check valve will help prevent potential solvent cross-contamination and damage to the gas regulating valve.

 

Serial Number

Description

CV-3000

Check Valve Inline Assembly With Fittings

CV-3000NF

Check Valve Inline Assembly Without Fittings

CV-3001

Check Valve Inline Cartridge 1.5 psi

CV-3010

Check Valve Inline Assembly 3 psi

CV-3011

Check Valve Inline Cartridge 3 psi

CV-3310

Check Valve Inline Cartridge 3 psi

 

 

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