Valves are an integral part of advanced fluid-handling solutions for a wide range of analytical instrumentation and clinical diagnostic systems. IDEX’s valve options include manual valves for lower frequency of use and rotary shear valves that meet the high duty cycle requirements of UHPLC.

Valves come in high-pressure and low-pressure versions to meet your system requirements. Automated fluidic valves are uniquely designed to accommodate today’s demanding analytical methods. In addition, IDEX offers check valves when there is a need to limit the fluid flow to one direction. Back Pressure Regulators products are designed to enhance system performance through outgassing prevention. All of IDEX valve products, components, tools, and accessories are designed to keep customers’ system needs first.

Back Pressure Regulators

Back Pressure Regulators are designed to enhance system performance through outgassing prevention and improved pump check valve efficiency.

Flow Regulating

Flow Regulating Valves include specifically designed valves that are used to control or stop the flow of a stream and are ideal for use if your application involves low frequency of use or demands operator control.

Manual Valves

Manual Valves are ideal if your application involves low frequency of use, demands operator control, or involves injection of varying sample volumes. Target Analysis offers a wide selection of easy to use manual valves that include switching, injection, and selection valves.

Rotary Shear Valves

Experts at IDEX developed Rotary Shear Valves in tandem with the evolution of HPLC offering solutions to the ever-changing fluidics landscape.

Rotor Seals & Stators

Target Analysis offers you a wide range of spare parts to assist your use with valve products. RheBuild® Kits designed for specific valve models. Rotor Seal and Stators are commonly replaceable parts that we offer you. All of our distributed spare parts are made from a variety of material to meet your valve requirements.

Stand Alone Valve Products

Stand Alone Valve Products offer more sophisticated functionality. Versatile, they can be added to your existing instrument or in stand-alone lab configurations. Choose an automated valve if the application requires fast, consistent sample injection or flow-stream switching. Some other advantages of automated valves include control options (PC- or instrument-triggered), higher pressure operation, valve-position feedback, or very small flow paths.

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