MixRite The economical solution for consistent, highly accurate dilution of chemicals regardless of water flow and pressure fluctuations. MixRite gives you the accuracy of more expensive systems and works across a broad range of flow rates and uses no electricity. MixRite is ideal for iodine teet cup sanitizer applications, general cleaning and spray cleaning all dairy parlor surfaces.
- Multiple models for numerous agricultural uses available for spraying, foaming, sanitizing and compressed air applications
- Accurate reliable dosing regardless of changes in water flow or pressure
- Low maintenance: fewer moving parts than other competitive systems
- Standard models for non-corrosive additives
- CL and PVDF versions are available for chlorine and other corrosive fluids
The compact and economical 1 and 2 product manual dispensing system for CIP milking systems, large laundry machines and many other agricultural dispensing needs. TMP 1 is a simple to operate solution for timed metering in many dairy applications.
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In applications where PTFE valves exhibit external leakage that are eventually traced to fittings (i.e. incorrectly specified size, numbers of threads, form, etc.) or over-tightened fittings (fittings must only be hand tightened), there is another possibility often over-looked.
If those fittings were correctly specified and were hand tightened, the leakages maybe the result of inappropriately meshing thread forms between the male threads of the fitting(s) and the female threads of the valve port(s); that is, the spaces and voids that occupy that mesh.
When total seal integrity is absolutely necessary, we recommend using Valcor’s positive sealing fittings. When low cost molding fittings are used, there’s no need for PTFE tape. We suggest a two-part adhesive consisting of resin epoxy and hardener, available from any hardware store. Specifically: ‘2-Ton Epoxy’. The epoxy fills the voids in the mating threads and does not stick to the PTFE material.
Follow the instructions according to the adhesive manufacture. Using a straightened paperclip (or similar device), mix the two-part adhesive. Apply no more than the equivalent of one dropful of adhesive on the threads of the fitting. Screw the fitting into the port and hand-tighten only. Allow time to dry as prescribed in the instructions accompanying the adhesive. Should removal be required, simply unscrew the fitting(s) and most of the epoxy will peel away.