Plast-O-Matic Corporate Overview
Normally-closed check valve designed for 1¼", 1½", 2", 3" and 4" pipe sizes, available with threaded or socket connections in PVC, CPVC, Natural Polypro, and Kynar PVDF. Marketing Director Andy Ryan describes how this valve functions.
A look at the valve line that launched the company -- and is still specified fifty years later!
Static method for setting a pressure regulator, also known as a pressure reducing valve. By setting statically, Series PRHM assures that pressure will not "creep" across the valve and exceed the set point.
Plast-O-Matic continuous, automatic degassing valve now available with clear acrylic body for easy visual verification. Demonstration shows ozone generation system with continuous outgassing, alleviated by the DGV.
Introducing Ed Cellucci, who describes Plast-O-Matic''s cost-of-ownership and performance advantages to our distributors.
Comparison of a normally-closed, diaphragm style check valve vs. a typical ball check valve. The diaphragm design does not require pressure to re-seal and prevent flow. The patented Plast-O-Matic design is described in detail at http://www.plastomatic.com
Plast-O-Matic thermo plastic pressure regulators compared to competitive offerings. Pressure regulators are used to reduce downstream pressure to a pre-determined set point. For complete information, http://www.plastomatic.com
Plast-O-Matic Valves'' Andy Ryan describes the use and function of a normally-closed, 2-port "relief/backpressure" valve at the downstream end of a closed loop piping system. The valve is used to regulate backpressure, so that the system will maintain a desired, pre-set pressure to points of use.