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Tideflex Technologies

Address 600 North Bell Ave. Bldg. 2, Carnegie, PA, 15106, US
Phone 412-279-0044
Fax 412-279-7878
Email [email protected]
Website tideflex.com/tf/index.php

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Reliable check valve

Over twenty years of field operation, research, development and engineering enhancements have combined to make the Tideflex TF-1 Check Valve today’s most reliable check valve. The bill is formed into a curve that returns to a closed position every time, achieving the tightest possible seal for backflow operations, particularly at low flow rates. The eccentric, flat-bottom design allows installation where the invert of the pipe is close to the floor.  The stronger engineered spine provides long-term performance while handling water weight. When you specify the patented TF-1 Check Valve, you are guaranteed a proven record of maintenance-free backflow prevention.

Inline CheckMate valve

The CheckMate Inline Check Valve is ideal for backflow prevention and odor mitigation. In outfalls, stormwater, CSO and SSO applications, the CheckMate’s custom-engineered, all-rubber unibody design eliminates costly backflow from oceans, rivers and interceptors. The valve’s unique elastomer fabric-reinforced design provides a proven record of maintenance-free performance, cost savings and results that no other inline check valve can match.

Free flow of stormwater

Tideflex Check Valves are popular with coastal and inland municipalities for stormwater systems. The all-elastomer design of the Tideflex Check Valve allows for free flow of stormwater while preventing backflow from canals, streams, rivers and oceans. The TF-1 Curved Bill Tideflex Check Valve is designed to enhance sealing, especially in low-lying areas with little backpressure. The valve is constructed entirely of rubber, making it virtually immune to rust, corrosion and weathering. The curved bill of the TF-1 seals without backpressure, allowing for a tighter seal that eliminates gapping issues. The TF-1 also has a strong spring steel spine, enabling it to handle long-term water weight. The spine is at a greater vertical angle, making the TF-1 able to withstand the cantilever effect.