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JMG No: 1056490
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UNSPSC: 41121815
Type: Instrument
Availability: Within 15 days
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Stopcocks available with natural PVDF body and polypropylene insert, or all-black PVDF construction. Natural PVDF stopcocks available in 2- or 3-way configurations; black PVDF stopcocks are 1-way.

Description Adapter, PP, Female luer lock to three-way valve; (Kynar body and PP insert)
Flow pattern Three-Way
Inlet Port Female Luer Lock
Wetted Materials Natural PVDF, Polypropylene
Outlet port Female Luer Lock
Are both body and insert autoclavable?
Answer
Yes, both pieces can be autoclaved.Answered on 1/17/2011 by Mike from Tech Support
Are these FDA approved for product contact? Are animal products used in any manufacture of these valve components?
Answer
PVDF(Kynar) is animal free but PP is not: the insert of the valve is made of PP.Both PP and PVDF meets FDA requirements as stated in the CoC.Answered on 9/29/2010 by Mike from Tech Support
Does it ( 31200-80 code ) can be steam sterilized ?
Answer
Yes, this may be autoclaved.Answered on 4/7/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
Is it three way valve T shape or L shape.. as in is there an option of having the three ports open?
Answer
Looking at one in front of me, it sure looks like a T-shaped valve...Answered on 10/15/2012 by Mark from Chicago
Is the Kynar body autoclavable?
Answer
Yes, Kynar is autoclavable.Answered on 4/21/2010 by Jen from Technical Support
These have two female luer and one male luer valves correct? And is there an option for all three of the valves to be open at once? If not, can you recommend another stopcock that is made for pressurized systems where all three valves can be open?
Answer
This unit can withstand 230psi @ 72°F. This has 2 female luers and 1 male luer lock. This does not have a "T" flow pattern where all 3 ports would be open at the same time. It is intended as a selective/diversion valve, so it has a "L" shaped flow path. I was unable to find a "high pressure" applicable stopcock that would work, even part number 30526-34 is a selective/diversion valve.Answered on 2/1/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
What are the dimensions (internal, external diameter) of the three ports?
Answer
The minimum flow path is about 0.170" in diameter (internally). The Luer taper is a standardized system of small-scale fluid fittings used for making leak-free connections between a male-taper fitting and its mating female part on medical and laboratory instruments, including hypodermic syringe tips and needles or stopcocks and needles.Luer locks are standardized to follow features defined in the ISO 594 standards. It is also defined in the DIN and EN standard 1707:1996 and 20594-1:1993.Answered on 9/7/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
What does "insert" mean, exactly? Will the polypropylene come into contact with the fluid going through the stopcock?
Answer
The insert is the portion that acts to direct the flow, yes PP comes into contact with the fluid path.Answered on 10/10/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
What is the ID of the three way valve? What is the max flow rate achievable under atmospheric pressure?
Answer
We do not have maximum flow data available, it has not been tested. It can withstand 230psi @ 72°F though. The flow path is about 0.170" in diameter.Answered on 12/7/2010 by Jen from Technical Support
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Brand: None
JMG No: 1056490
Part No: 31200-80
UNSPSC: 41121815
Type: Instrument
Availability: Within 15 days
  • Build leakproof fluid handling systems

Stopcocks available with natural PVDF body and polypropylene insert, or all-black PVDF construction. Natural PVDF stopcocks available in 2- or 3-way configurations; black PVDF stopcocks are 1-way.

Description Adapter, PP, Female luer lock to three-way valve; (Kynar body and PP insert)
Flow pattern Three-Way
Inlet Port Female Luer Lock
Wetted Materials Natural PVDF, Polypropylene
Outlet port Female Luer Lock
Are both body and insert autoclavable?
Answer
Yes, both pieces can be autoclaved.Answered on 1/17/2011 by Mike from Tech Support
Are these FDA approved for product contact? Are animal products used in any manufacture of these valve components?
Answer
PVDF(Kynar) is animal free but PP is not: the insert of the valve is made of PP.Both PP and PVDF meets FDA requirements as stated in the CoC.Answered on 9/29/2010 by Mike from Tech Support
Does it ( 31200-80 code ) can be steam sterilized ?
Answer
Yes, this may be autoclaved.Answered on 4/7/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
Is it three way valve T shape or L shape.. as in is there an option of having the three ports open?
Answer
Looking at one in front of me, it sure looks like a T-shaped valve...Answered on 10/15/2012 by Mark from Chicago
Is the Kynar body autoclavable?
Answer
Yes, Kynar is autoclavable.Answered on 4/21/2010 by Jen from Technical Support
These have two female luer and one male luer valves correct? And is there an option for all three of the valves to be open at once? If not, can you recommend another stopcock that is made for pressurized systems where all three valves can be open?
Answer
This unit can withstand 230psi @ 72°F. This has 2 female luers and 1 male luer lock. This does not have a "T" flow pattern where all 3 ports would be open at the same time. It is intended as a selective/diversion valve, so it has a "L" shaped flow path. I was unable to find a "high pressure" applicable stopcock that would work, even part number 30526-34 is a selective/diversion valve.Answered on 2/1/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
What are the dimensions (internal, external diameter) of the three ports?
Answer
The minimum flow path is about 0.170" in diameter (internally). The Luer taper is a standardized system of small-scale fluid fittings used for making leak-free connections between a male-taper fitting and its mating female part on medical and laboratory instruments, including hypodermic syringe tips and needles or stopcocks and needles.Luer locks are standardized to follow features defined in the ISO 594 standards. It is also defined in the DIN and EN standard 1707:1996 and 20594-1:1993.Answered on 9/7/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
What does "insert" mean, exactly? Will the polypropylene come into contact with the fluid going through the stopcock?
Answer
The insert is the portion that acts to direct the flow, yes PP comes into contact with the fluid path.Answered on 10/10/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
What is the ID of the three way valve? What is the max flow rate achievable under atmospheric pressure?
Answer
We do not have maximum flow data available, it has not been tested. It can withstand 230psi @ 72°F though. The flow path is about 0.170" in diameter.Answered on 12/7/2010 by Jen from Technical Support
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Adapter, PP, Female luer lock to three-way valve; (Kynar body and PP insert)

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Brand: None
JMG No: 1056490
Part No: 31200-80
UNSPSC: 41121815
Type: Instrument
Availability: Within 15 days
  • Build leakproof fluid handling systems

Stopcocks available with natural PVDF body and polypropylene insert, or all-black PVDF construction. Natural PVDF stopcocks available in 2- or 3-way configurations; black PVDF stopcocks are 1-way.

Description Adapter, PP, Female luer lock to three-way valve; (Kynar body and PP insert)
Flow pattern Three-Way
Inlet Port Female Luer Lock
Wetted Materials Natural PVDF, Polypropylene
Outlet port Female Luer Lock
Are both body and insert autoclavable?
Answer
Yes, both pieces can be autoclaved.Answered on 1/17/2011 by Mike from Tech Support
Are these FDA approved for product contact? Are animal products used in any manufacture of these valve components?
Answer
PVDF(Kynar) is animal free but PP is not: the insert of the valve is made of PP.Both PP and PVDF meets FDA requirements as stated in the CoC.Answered on 9/29/2010 by Mike from Tech Support
Does it ( 31200-80 code ) can be steam sterilized ?
Answer
Yes, this may be autoclaved.Answered on 4/7/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
Is it three way valve T shape or L shape.. as in is there an option of having the three ports open?
Answer
Looking at one in front of me, it sure looks like a T-shaped valve...Answered on 10/15/2012 by Mark from Chicago
Is the Kynar body autoclavable?
Answer
Yes, Kynar is autoclavable.Answered on 4/21/2010 by Jen from Technical Support
These have two female luer and one male luer valves correct? And is there an option for all three of the valves to be open at once? If not, can you recommend another stopcock that is made for pressurized systems where all three valves can be open?
Answer
This unit can withstand 230psi @ 72°F. This has 2 female luers and 1 male luer lock. This does not have a "T" flow pattern where all 3 ports would be open at the same time. It is intended as a selective/diversion valve, so it has a "L" shaped flow path. I was unable to find a "high pressure" applicable stopcock that would work, even part number 30526-34 is a selective/diversion valve.Answered on 2/1/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
What are the dimensions (internal, external diameter) of the three ports?
Answer
The minimum flow path is about 0.170" in diameter (internally). The Luer taper is a standardized system of small-scale fluid fittings used for making leak-free connections between a male-taper fitting and its mating female part on medical and laboratory instruments, including hypodermic syringe tips and needles or stopcocks and needles.Luer locks are standardized to follow features defined in the ISO 594 standards. It is also defined in the DIN and EN standard 1707:1996 and 20594-1:1993.Answered on 9/7/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
What does "insert" mean, exactly? Will the polypropylene come into contact with the fluid going through the stopcock?
Answer
The insert is the portion that acts to direct the flow, yes PP comes into contact with the fluid path.Answered on 10/10/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
What is the ID of the three way valve? What is the max flow rate achievable under atmospheric pressure?
Answer
We do not have maximum flow data available, it has not been tested. It can withstand 230psi @ 72°F though. The flow path is about 0.170" in diameter.Answered on 12/7/2010 by Jen from Technical Support
OVERVIEW
SPECIFICATIONS
DOWNLOADS
Q&A
Brand: None
JMG No: 1056490
Part No: 31200-80
UNSPSC: 41121815
Type: Instrument
Availability: Within 15 days
  • Build leakproof fluid handling systems

Stopcocks available with natural PVDF body and polypropylene insert, or all-black PVDF construction. Natural PVDF stopcocks available in 2- or 3-way configurations; black PVDF stopcocks are 1-way.

Description Adapter, PP, Female luer lock to three-way valve; (Kynar body and PP insert)
Flow pattern Three-Way
Inlet Port Female Luer Lock
Wetted Materials Natural PVDF, Polypropylene
Outlet port Female Luer Lock
Are both body and insert autoclavable?
Answer
Yes, both pieces can be autoclaved.Answered on 1/17/2011 by Mike from Tech Support
Are these FDA approved for product contact? Are animal products used in any manufacture of these valve components?
Answer
PVDF(Kynar) is animal free but PP is not: the insert of the valve is made of PP.Both PP and PVDF meets FDA requirements as stated in the CoC.Answered on 9/29/2010 by Mike from Tech Support
Does it ( 31200-80 code ) can be steam sterilized ?
Answer
Yes, this may be autoclaved.Answered on 4/7/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
Is it three way valve T shape or L shape.. as in is there an option of having the three ports open?
Answer
Looking at one in front of me, it sure looks like a T-shaped valve...Answered on 10/15/2012 by Mark from Chicago
Is the Kynar body autoclavable?
Answer
Yes, Kynar is autoclavable.Answered on 4/21/2010 by Jen from Technical Support
These have two female luer and one male luer valves correct? And is there an option for all three of the valves to be open at once? If not, can you recommend another stopcock that is made for pressurized systems where all three valves can be open?
Answer
This unit can withstand 230psi @ 72°F. This has 2 female luers and 1 male luer lock. This does not have a "T" flow pattern where all 3 ports would be open at the same time. It is intended as a selective/diversion valve, so it has a "L" shaped flow path. I was unable to find a "high pressure" applicable stopcock that would work, even part number 30526-34 is a selective/diversion valve.Answered on 2/1/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
What are the dimensions (internal, external diameter) of the three ports?
Answer
The minimum flow path is about 0.170" in diameter (internally). The Luer taper is a standardized system of small-scale fluid fittings used for making leak-free connections between a male-taper fitting and its mating female part on medical and laboratory instruments, including hypodermic syringe tips and needles or stopcocks and needles.Luer locks are standardized to follow features defined in the ISO 594 standards. It is also defined in the DIN and EN standard 1707:1996 and 20594-1:1993.Answered on 9/7/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
What does "insert" mean, exactly? Will the polypropylene come into contact with the fluid going through the stopcock?
Answer
The insert is the portion that acts to direct the flow, yes PP comes into contact with the fluid path.Answered on 10/10/2012 by Jen from Technical Support
What is the ID of the three way valve? What is the max flow rate achievable under atmospheric pressure?
Answer
We do not have maximum flow data available, it has not been tested. It can withstand 230psi @ 72°F though. The flow path is about 0.170" in diameter.Answered on 12/7/2010 by Jen from Technical Support
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