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Parker Check Valves are designed for uni-directional flow control of fluids and gases in industries such as chemical processing,oil and gas production,pharmaceutical,power, and utilities.

Check Valves
> C Series

• Resilient, custom molded, seat design

• Port connections include male and female

  NPT, CPI™, A-LOK® , UltraSeal™,

  VacuSeal™, BSP, SAE and Seal-Lok®

 

• Back stopped poppet to minimize spring

   stress

• Cracking Pressures: 1⁄3, 1, 5, 10, 25, 50,

   75 and 100 psi (.023, .069, .345, .69, 1.72,

   3.45, 5.17, 6.9 bar)

> CO Series

• Suitable for applications requiring high

   integrity leak rates and re-sealing

   capabilities

• Seal integrity to 4 x 10-9 std. atm-cc/sec

• Back stopped poppet to minimize spring

   stress

• Cracking Pressures: 1⁄3, 1, 5, 10, 25, 50,

   75 and 100 psi (.023, .069, .345, .69, 1.72,

   3.45, 5.17, 6.9 bar)

• Available with highly fluorinated

   fluorocarbon rubber

• Only check valve with published helium l

   eak rate

> CB Series

• Reduces maintenance while improving

   performance requirements on dual fuel

   turbines

• Rugged ball design for demanding

   applications

• For high temperatures with highly viscous

  medias

• Cracking Pressures: 1, 5, 10, 25, 50, 75,

  100 and 120 psi (.023, .069, .345, .69, 1.72,

   3.45, 5.17, 6.9, 8.27 bar)

> MPC Series

• Variety of elastomeric poppet seals

• 5 psi (.345 bar) cracking pressure

• MPI™, cone & thread and female NPT

   connections available

• For pressures up to 20,000 psi (1,379 bar)

> MPCB Series

• Metal to metal seat for use in applications  

   that cannot accept fluorocarbon rubber

• 5 psi (.345 bar) cracking pressure

• MPI™, cone & thread and female NPT

   connections available

• For pressures up to 20,000 psi (1379 bar)

> LC Series

• For extreme temperature applications

• The gravity assisted poppet uses reverse

   flow to achieve a seal to within 99.9% of

   forward flow