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Continental Disc Corporation Rupture Disc, Rupture Disc Holder, and Accessory Selection Guide

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Continental Disc Corporation manufactures rupture discs to our customers’ specifications which protect vessels, equipment and systems against damaging overpressure conditions. This guide provides a brief overview of the various tension and reverse acting design rupture discs, holders, accessories and options offered by Continental Disc Corporation. For detailed information regarding a specific design, refer to specific product literature, speak with your local representative or contact the factory directly.
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GUIDE FROM THE TRI-STATE WEB SITE HERE

How Deadweight Testers Work: The Ashcroft 1305D

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The Ashcroft® 1305D and 1305DH deadweight testers provide a precise means for generating pressure with high accuracy that can be used as a primary calibration standard. The unit's built-in shuttle valve provides the means to control the rate of pressure increase, while precision adjustment is accomplished with an integral micro vernier displacement valve. An ideal product that offers a rugged field ready primary standard, certified to yield consistent accurate results.

This video provides an overview of how to use the the Ashcroft 1305.

For more information on Ashcroft products, contact Tri-State Technical Sales, Inc. by calling 610-647-5700 or visit https://www.tristatetechnicalsales.com.

Welding, Brazing, or Soldering End Connections on PBM Ball Valves.

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PBM, Inc. manufactures ball valves and specialty valves for both sanitary and industrial applications from their plant in Irwin, Pennsylvania.

Welding, soldering, or brazing of their valves to tanks or process piping is often required for installation or replacement. This technical instruction is for the welding of tank pads and welding, brazing, or soldering end connections on PBM ball valves. Please read the instructions carefully and save them for future reference.


Get the PBM Valve Welding Instructions Here at the Tri-State Technical Sales Web Site