HAZARDOUS LOCATION?
WE HAVE YOUR VALVE.
> High as 60° C ambient and 65° C media for most hazardous applications
> Options for all gas, dust and fibre groups, Division 1 and Division 2
> ‘T’ Ratings as low as T5
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HIGH HEAT?
> High as 60° C (140° F) ambient and 65° C (149° F) media for hazardous applications
> Coil constructions, elastomers and materials that meet high heat conditions
WE HAVE YOUR VALVE.
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HIGH FLOW?
WE HAVE YOUR VALVE.
> Maximum flow 1375 GPM - 3” valves
> High pressure or low pressure
> High flow or low flow
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HIGH PRESSURE?
WE HAVE YOUR VALVE.
> 0 to 5,000 psi
> Burst pressure over 10,000 psi
> Hazardous locations
> High or low flow
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Peter Paul Electric, Inc.

Peter Paul Electric, Inc. has been manufacturing coils and other valve components in Fajardo, Puerto Rico since 1972. Our roots run much deeper as our operations commenced in 1947, through Peter Paul Coil Company, in New Britain, CT.

Our years of experience have given us a mind set to approach any project with the belief that if we can control the manufacturing processes of a product in house then we should and for this reason you will see throughout our site, www.peterpaulelectric.com, that we have many capabilities to stay on top of the competition. We are able to offer our customers Coil Winding, Assembly Operations, Metal Stamping and a wide array of Plastic Molding Solutions...

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COMPENSATED PLUNGERS

Peter Paul supplies compensated plunger in all cases at no extra charge.

What is a “Compensated Plunger”?

The “Compensated Plunger” permits the top insert to move up and down thus providing long life and bubble-tight sealing at the top orifice. The design provides a metal jacketed top insert that is spring loaded. This plunger is offered with various insert materials to suit different applications. It is offered with...

FLAMEPROOF/EXPLOSION PROOF...

First it’s important to understand where they’re used and why. Hazardous locations are defined as a building or area where fire or explosion hazards may exist due to the presence of flammable gases, vapors, liquids, combustible dust, or ignitable fibers.

An explosion proof valve utilizes thick metal components that surround the coil, this will contain the explosion and ensure that any escaping gases are cooled below the ignition temperature of the surrounding...