Pinch Valve Sleeves

Excellent Material Options

Replacement and Spare Pinch Valve Sleeves from rubber, silicon, Nitrile, EPDM and other materials.

All sleeve materials are multi-layered and fiber reinforced for durability and high application cycles. Product temperature, pressure, abrasive and chemical properties drive proper pinch valve sleeve selection.

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Sleeve Material AKO Code Temperature Color
Neoprene® 01X 175 F [80 C] Black
Natural Rubber, Food Quality 02X 175 F [80 C] White Interior ID
Natural Rubber, Abrasive Resistant 03X 175 F [80 C] Black
Natural Rubber, Conductive 03LF 175 F [80 C] Black
Natural Rubber, High Temp 03H 195 F [90 C] Black
EPDM Food Grade Black 04HTEC 250 F [120 C] Black
EPDM Food Grade Conductive XP 04HTECLF 250 F [120 C] Black
EPDM Food Grade Pale 04LW 250 F [120 C] White Interior ID
Viton® 05 250 F [120 C] Black
Silicon 06 265 F [130 C] Red
Nitrile 07X 175 F [80 C] Black
Nitrile Food Grade 07LW 175 F [80 C] White Interior ID
Nitrile Conductive 07LF 175 F [80 C] Black
Hypalon® 08X 175 F [80 C] Black
Butyle 09X 175 F [80 C] Black

Air Operated Pinch Valve Sleeve Qualities
Air Operated Sleeves – Part Number Codification
RV Series Mechanical Valve Sleeves – Part Number Codification

    • Neoprene – Resistant to dilute solvents, oils, acids, lubricants, various hydrocarbons and mild chemicals. Applications such as animal oils, natural gas, printing ink and soaps.
    • Natural Rubber, Food Grade – Suitable for many weak chemicals, potable water, wine and alcohols.
    • Natural Rubber, Abrasive Resistant and High Temp – Excellent abrasive resistance with a high degree of flexibility and durability. Ideal for foundry sand, silica sand, metals, waste water, mineral slurries, cement, concrete, granules and plastics.
    • EPDM – Great for higher temperature applications such as hot water, steam, foods and CIP applications where elevated temperatures are used. Also excellent for dilute acids and alkalis.
    • Viton – Resistant to solvents, oils, petrochemicals, aromatic hydrocarbons. Applications range from battery acid to buttermilk.
    • Silicon – Highest temperature material mainly used to exhaust very hot steam or sulfuric acid.
    • Nitrile – Best suited for products with oil or fat content. Examples sewage with trace oils, milk, butter, chocolate, fish, vegetable oils, olive oil, mineral oils, processed beef meal, etc.
    • Hypalon – Similar to Nitrile and EPDM applications. Applications such as chloride, peroxide and acids.
    • Butyle – Various chemical applications such as alcohol, amino acids, barium, ammonium, and acetic acids.