MK Fluidic Systems designs and manufactures custom valves for the OEM marketplace for a variety of applications and industries.
We control every step of the manufacturing process for our products, from the first machine cut to the final assembly. Our skilled technicians know that attention to detail is critical to create an exceptional valve.
Our valves are available in aluminum, PEEK, and PCTFE stators with rotors made of highly inert virgin PTFE or durable UHMW-PE. Our experienced engineers will collaborate with you to meet your requirements and see that they’re met through testing and released to production.
By utilizing our vast library of valve designs, we can quickly make configuration changes and material adjustments while still leveraging the historic reliability of our active designs.
Whether you have blueprints ready for quotation, or are just starting with design requirements, our experienced engineers are here to help you achieve the highest levels of performance while still meeting your value-driven goals.
It's not uncommon to experience valve leakage or lockup while using a ceramic valve. The salty solutions, back pressure and long resting periods between use have been found to cause failure even with negligible surface wear to the ceramic plates. Our inert rotary valves avoid these failure modes while remaining gas-tight.
Replacement valves are available with numerous wetted materials and can be selected based on system compatibility. These include valves for use on existing systems such as the: XC®, XLP®, XE®, XP®, XL®, XMP®, C3000®, MC6000®, V3®, V6®, NX3®, PSD/4®, PSD/6® and PSD/8®.
Our engineers will work with your team to develop a design, timeline, performance specifications, and target costs.
MK Fluidics has the capability to fabricate fully functional prototypes entirely in-house. Our engineering and quality teams are very experienced and can provide assistance in verification and validation of product requirements.
After all of your requirements have been met, our team is ready to support your ongoing production needs. Our prototypes are made using production machinery and methods, significantly reducing risk when moving to full production.