Wahl's NEW! DST600 Mercury-in-Glass (MIG) thermometers, the only standard for years, may now be replaced with other technologies under the FDA's Final Rule for 21 CFR Part 113. Wahl's DST600 is a digital 4-wire RTD thermometer, designed and manufactured using high reliability components to meet the Final Rules mandate that the Temperature-Indicating device be accurate to 1°F, and not be affected by EMI or environmental conditions. The Wahl DST600 also meets the current USDA 9CFR318.305 for canned meat and 9CFR381.305 for canned poultry products..
The Wahl DST500 Temperature Indicator System offers the highest precision temperature measurement technology - making it a great choice for your processing needs DST500 - Meter with Local Display Meter Range -328° to 1472°F (-200° to 800°C) Exclusive Adjustable Meter Display Update Rate User Selectable °F or °C Ambient operation from -40°F to 158°F Field Replaceable Battery, Long Life - 2 years nominal Adjustable Angle, Rigid, or Remote configurations available Programmable "Rø" for "matching" sensor to meter User friendly Single Point Software Calibration
Wahl's NEW! DST400 is the newest addition to Wahl's Digi-Stem® family of Digital Thermometers. They are wide range, high accuracy thermometers designed for many applications where accurate and reliable temperature monitoring is important. The DST400 features the same reliable and rugged construction as Wahl's other popular Digi-Stem brand RTD thermometers, but with a choice of one of 5 user specified thermocouple input types - K, J, T, E or S. Select any of the 5 factory programmed Thermocouple inputs at time of purchase, and change to any of the other 4 inputs after purchase with our easy to use optional DSTCAL software. Interchangeable stickers are provided to indicate which thermocouple type is programmed at any given time. DSTCAL Software allows the following functions:
The FBCV O-Ring Series is designed to meet the rigid specifications for sanitary process control valves for customers who prefer an O-ring style stem seal. This valve series is suitable for a wide variety of applications in the cosmetic, dairy and food and beverage industries. Conforming to 3A guidelines, the FBCV is ideally suited for a wide range of flowing media in both the utility and process areas of sanitary systems.
The FB8905 Series is designed specifically for food and beverage applications. It has cavity filled seats and tri-clamp end connections to minimize where media can collect. The inner diameter of the end connections is the same as the ID of the ball, ensuring no obstruction of flow from inlet to outlet.
In sizes from 1/2? (DN15) through 4? (DN100) with a true tube bore design, to provide unobstructed flow and better drainage
Pressure ratings up to 1000 psi (69 bar) for 1/2? – 2?; and 800 psi (55 bar) for 2-1/2? – 4?
PTFE cavity filler seats
The FB7904 Series sanitary butterfly valve consists of a round, split stainless steel body and a stainless steel disc which is positioned in the center of the pipe. The disc (butterfly) has rods on the top and bottom that position the disk in the body and attach to a handle or actuator on the outside of the valve. Turning the actuator/handle turns the disc either parallel or perpendicular to the flow.
In sizes from 1/2? (DN15) through 4? (DN100)
Pressure ratings up to 145 psi (10 bar)
Internal finish 32 Ra
Lockable handle prevents accidental opening or closing of valve
The FB6C Series sanitary pressure regulator is designed to regulate pressure in systems requiring the maintenance of sanitary conditions.
The FB6C operates by sensing pressure under the diaphragm on the downstream side of the seat. As the downstream pressure approaches the setpoint, the force caused by the pressure acting on the diaphragm overcomes the force of the range spring, and the plug begins to move toward closed. This reduces the downstream pressure and maintains the set point. If the pressure underneath the diaphragm begins to fall, the spring forces the plug to move down towards open, to allow the setpoint to be maintained.
The PR3G is a hard seated pressure reducing and regulating valve suitable for steam applications with supply pressures up to 300 psig (20,7 bar). The PR3G offers exceptional performance, easy in-line maintenance, and heavy duty construction for reliable, long-term operation.
The BTCS Series is a bellows type, thermostatic steam trap with sanitary connections. Designed specifically for clean steam systems. It features a 20Ra internal finish, and a self-draining design, to minimize the possibility of medium entrapment and bacterial growth.
The Mark 93JR Series is an ultra compact, balanced port, thermostatic steam trap designed specifically for use in validated clean steam system for low to medium condensate flows. The sanitary design follows ASME BPE guidelines including a 20Ra uin internal finish, self draining design, and all relevant materials, marking and documentation.
The Mark 93TH is a balanced port, thermostatic steam trap designed for use in validated clean steam systems that use threaded tube fittings or threaded tubing adapters for connections. The sanitary design includes a 20Ra µin internal finish, self-draining design, and a compact size.
FBCPM Series Sanitary Air Loaded Pressure and Back Pressure Regulators
The FB5CPM (inlet) and FB6CPM (outlet) are air loaded sanitary constant pressure modulating valves, designed to allow the user to change set-points remotely via a cabinet or panel mounted air regulator, or through a distributed control system or PLC, using an I-P transducer.
The CPM valve is an ideal choice for automating and maintaining constant pressure set points on the inlet side of the valve for control operations, whether they are process set points or points to fully open the valve for rinse, CIP or SIP. The valve is preferred in HTST/UHT Pasteurization, after
Heat Exchangers, Separator equipment, bottling lines, etc.
Steriflow FB5C Series Sanitary Back Pressure Regulator
The FB5C operates by sensing the inlet pressure, or back pressure, beneath the diaphragm, as flow enters from inlet port on the side. As the back pressure exceeds the setpoint, the diaphragm force compresses the range spring permitting the stem to move from the seat toward the open position. As the flow increases, the back pressure is relieved and the spring and diaphragm relax, allowing the stem to return to the normally closed position.