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Angle-seat valve range approved for food contact

29 August 2016

The ASCO stainless steel angle-seat valve range is now certified to meet the requirements of European and USA food contact regulations. 

Fully certified to meet the requirements of the European (EC) 1935-2004 and the USA Food and Drug Administration (FDA) CFR21 food contact regulations, the DN10 to DN65 valves can be used to control auxiliary fluids on food processes where the flowing media may come into contact with the food. In addition, the valves also comply with the (EC) 10/2011 standards for plastics material intended to come into contact with food, and are manufactured in accordance with the (EC) 2023/2006 standard for good manufacturing practice. They also comply with the RoHS 2 (EU) 2011/65 standard which restricts the use of hazardous materials.

The angle set design of the valves offers high flow and performance and the robust valves are available in a range of options. Easy to size, select and install, the pneumatically operated valves are available for on/off applications as well as where proportional control is required. 


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