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  1. Why don't you have a Teflon diaphragm?Why don't you have a Teflon diaphragm?
    In 2013 we started producing a PTFE (Teflon) diaphragm for our Tank Valves. PTFE diaphragms are available for 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, and 3.0-inch tank valves. We currently don't have PTFE diaphragms for our...
  2. Do you offer Teflon diaphragms?Do you offer Teflon diaphragms?
    In 2013 we started producing a PTFE (Teflon) diaphragm for our Tank Valves. PTFE diaphragms are available for 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, and 3.0-inch tank valves. We currently don't have PTFE diaphragms for our...
  3. Which Asepco Diaphragm materials are most compatable with 100% DMSO?Which Asepco Diaphragm materials are most compatable with 100% DMSO?
    According to existing chemical compatibility charts both EPDM and PTFE (Teflon) are very compatible with 100% DMSO. Note: Please use this information as a general guide. Do not use this informati...
  4. What is the recommended temperature range for Asepco diaphragms?What is the recommended temperature range for Asepco diaphragms?
    Our temperature ranges for our diaphragms are: Material Color Temp Range C Temp Range F Silicone white or clear -51 to 135C -60 to 275F ...
  5. What are parylene diaphragms and what are the benefits?What are parylene diaphragms and what are the benefits?
    We currently offer two diaphragms that come with a parylene surface treatment, Silicone Plus and EPDM Plus. Parylene is a material that mechanically bonds itself to the base elastomer. It is not a...
  6. Do you recommend a specific diaphragm Material of Construction (MOC), and can you provide an overall list of pharmaceutical grade MOCs that are available? Do you recommend a specific diaphragm Material of Construction (MOC), and can you provide an overall list of pharmaceutical grade MOCs that are available?
    We do not recommend Diaphragm Materials of Construction (MOC) for a specific process. Each process is unique, and direct experience and testing is the best way to determining the proper diaphragm m...