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Leak Rates Explained

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In leak testing, there is no one method that works best for every situation. Commonly used leak test methods vary in the cost of the equipment, the cycle speed of the test method, and the output and accuracy of each test method.

Optimizing & Improving Differential Pressure Decay Leak Detection Systems

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Producing "best in class" low leak performance products, Clippard is uniquely capable of providing solutions to manufacturers of devices where low leak performance is critical. A market where low leak components are of particular concern is with manufacturers of leak test equipment. From simple bubble leak testers through highly sensitive helium leak detection systems, Clippard components and value-added solutions have been developed for OEMs.

How Can Wetted Materials Affect Your Application?

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What are wetted materials, and how should they influence your valve selection? Clippard's Electronic Valves Product Manager Mike Kettering explains what you need to know.

Video filmed at Clippard in Cincinnati, Ohio

A Comparison of Mechanical Regulators vs. Electronic Regulators

How does mechanical regulation compare to electronic regulation? What kinds of applications are best for one over the other? Product Manager Scott Lamb explains the advantages and disadvantages of each in this quick video.

Video filmed at Clippard in Cincinnati, Ohio

Video Overview: SCPV Series Stepper-Controlled Proportional Valve

Clippard’s SCPV Series stepper-controlled proportional valve provides phenomenal flow control. In this quick video, Clippard Product Manager Doug Paynter provides an overview and explains four of the valve’s key advantages.

Video filmed at Clippard in Cincinnati, Ohio

Resolution in Proportional Control Applications

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What is resolution, and why is it important? Doug Paynter, Clippard's Proportional Product Manager, explains all about it in this quick video—including why most proportional controllers don't publish resolution specifications.

Video filmed at Clippard in Cincinnati, Ohio

Medical Device Controls: From Push Buttons, Toggles, & Dials to Digital Touch Screens

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Many medical device developers are exploring options for incorporating touch screen technologies into their devices. Digitally controlling electronics with software through touch screen commands enables the device to be easily upgraded to meet new standards of compliance, add additional functionality, and even present on-screen information in different languages, enabling the production of a single device that can function in different countries.

Can I Run Water Through an Air Valve?

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In this quick video, Mike Kettering, Clippard's Electronic Valve Product Manager, discusses running water through an air valve. Can you do it? Should you do it? And if you're going to do it, what do you need to know?

Video filmed at Clippard in Cincinnati, Ohio

The Advantages of Manifold Mount Isolation Valves

What are the advantages of manifold mount isolation valves? Clippard Product Manager Attila Kiss explains in this quick video.

Video filmed at Clippard in Cincinnati, Ohio

The Pros and Cons of Air-Piloted Pinch Valves vs. Direct Acting Pinch Valves

How do air piloted pinch valves compare to direct acting pinch valves? Why choose one over the other? Clippard Product Manager Attila Kiss explains the pros and cons of each in this quick video.

Video filmed at Clippard in Cincinnati, Ohio

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