The UK’s Hale Hamilton has recently announced the launch of its revolutionary new range of Actuated Stop Valves, produced specifically for use in the industrial gas market sector.

Following a comprehensive engineering programme to develop a polymer seated valve for use within Oxygen applications, the ASV 156 valve has successfully passed Adiabatic Shock testing by CTE to EN ISO 7291.

The ASV156 range of valves can be either in line or manifold mounted, making them ideal for use within high pressure cylinder filling systems for medical & industrial oxygen, hydrogen and inert gases, including C02.

Hale Hamilton manufactures a wide range of adiabatically shock-tested valves for use within industrial gas cylinder filling and supply systems, and Ian Davies, Industrial Sales Director, said, “We see the development of the ASV 156 polymer seated stop valve as a major addition to our already broad range of adiabatically shock tested valves.”

“The polymer seat within the valve provides superior sealing performance and is far more tolerant to contamination than the more conventional hard seated valves.”

Further benefits of the valve include both mechanical & electrical indication of the valve position, and 2x transducer/gauge ports with built in snubber restrictors.

Hale Hamilton Valves Ltd, located in Uxbridge, UK, is a leading manufacturer of high pressure flow control equipment for demanding applications. With over 60 years experience of serving a wide range of industries, the company is part of CIRCOR International Inc. and operates with revenues of approximately $700m.