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There are three main parts of a BIAR Sample System: the drive, the valve body and the accessory. 

  1. The valve body is built according to the Piping and Instrumentation Diagram or P & ID. Standard sizes range from ¼” to 6” and material of construction from 316 Stainless Steel to high nickel alloy such as Hastelloy or tantalum. We also have PFA-lined valves. Our valves are usually raised-face flange class 150- or 300- pound. 

  2. Regarding the drive, or how to actuate the valve, we have three main options, all of which are spring-to-close for added safety: the hand wheel (aka Magic Hand Wheel), hand lever and pneumatic actuator. 

  3. Last but certainly not least, the accessories or how to collect the sample. There are two main categories to chose from: open-top receptacles such as bottles and jars that are used for stable liquids and sample cylinders for liquefied gases and volatile chemicals. 
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Drive: How to operate the valve. Learn more here.

Valve Body: Material of construction, size and class compatible with P&ID. Learn more here.

Accessories: Most distinctive part of a sample valve. The two main categories to choose from are open-top receptacles such as bottles or jars, and sample cylinders for liquefied gas and volatile chemicals. Learn more about our accessories here.

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Drive: How to operate the valve. Learn more here.

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Valve Body: Material of construction, size and class compatible with P&ID. Learn more here.

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Accessories: Most distinctive part of a sample valve. The two main categories to choose from are open-top receptacles such as bottles or jars, and sample cylinders for liquefied gas and volatile chemicals. Learn more about our accessories here.

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