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ITT Introduces Bio-Pure fractional valve platform

    Heather Sandoe | 7/23/2010

    Lancaster, PA - To meet the demanding needs for low flow fractional (¼" – ½")
    hygienic diaphragm valves in the Biopharm industry ITT introduces the Bio-Pure valve platform.

    Extensive development efforts have resulted in a “best of class” fractional hygienic diaphragm
    valve. “The Bio-Pure platform incorporates a small dimensional envelope without sacrificing
    ergonomics or functional performance,” reports Paul McClune, ITT Pure Flo Product Manager.
    ITT’s commitment to the needs of the customer has led to the development of a best in class
    fractional valve with robust performance comparable to the venerable ITT Pure-Flo valve product

    The Bio-Pure features reliable two-piece PTFE diaphragms that make delamination failures
    impossible. Bio-Pure diaphragm installation is simplified by utilizing a bayonet diaphragm

    The Bio-Pure platform features the Advantage® Excel - Series S (AXS) pneumatic actuator,
    providing years of trouble free operation in a maintenance free autoclave capable design. The AXS
    is available in all operational modes and feature compatibility with ITT and third party switch

    Manual bonnet versions of the Bio-Pure platform feature rugged stainless steel bonnets and
    chemical and heat resistant handwheels capable of withstanding the worst conditions Biopharm has
    to offer. A sealed clean out of place (COP) option is available for this demanding cleaning regime.

    About ITT Corporation
    ITT Corporation is a high-technology engineering and manufacturing company operating on all
    seven continents in three vital markets: water and fluids management, global defense and security,
    and motion and flow control. With a heritage of innovation, ITT partners with its customers to
    deliver extraordinary solutions that create more livable environments, provide protection and
    safety and connect our world. Headquartered in White Plains, N.Y., the company generated 2009
    revenue of $10.9 billion