Panel and Machine builders have long used a system of valves, checks, and fittings to build flow circuitry into their unit designs.  In the traditional approach a system of standardized valves and fittings are used to accommodate the flow path and the unit panel and enclosure is simply wrapped around the system!  The traditional approach has severe faults in terms of leaks and design flexibility such that designers have long searched for viable alternatives.  

  In the Kantleak approach, a Patented system of valves and adjustable connectors is used to reduce the number of leak paths, reduce the number of connections, and shrink the over-all package.  In addition there are no pipe threads that require finesse during fit-up.  The centerline distances are adjustable while keeping valve and gauge orientation fixed as detailed below.  In addition a side gage port ball valve allows for an even more flexible and smaller package





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