RSV Closed System - Overview


RSV (Reusable Stainless Valve)
Closed Loop System

For Returnable/Refillable & On-Site Refilling Multi-Use Applications

For Filling/Refilling & Dispensing
The RSV Closed Loop System is a multi-use reusable/refillable Closed, Sealed & Secure Sustainable Container Valve System. The system is designed to be used with a Pump to transfer product and can simply be integrated with drums, IBC (totes) and custom /specialty packages.

RSV Closed Systems - For Agrochemicals

RSV Closed Systems - For Diesel Exhaust Fluid

Multi-Use – Closed, Sealed & Secure Container Valve System


RSV Closed System - Features & Benefits

Refill & Reuse

Fill Coupler

Closed, Sealed & Secure
Spring actuated and self-closing upon disconnect keeps product contained within the dispense hose, eliminating any chance of spills. Dry Disconnect - Less than 2 milliliters.

Reusable - Durable Stainless Steel Construction
Provides many years of service life.

Vapor Recovery Outlet
Creates a Closed Loop Fill environment.

Proprietary Keyed System
Controls who can access container for dispensing.
(Requires matching keyed RSV Container Valve)

Dispense Coupler

Closed, Sealed & Secure
Spring actuated and self-closing upon disconnect keeps
product contained within the dispense hose, eliminating any chance of spills. Dry Disconnect - Less than 2 milliliters.

Reusable - Durable Stainless Steel Construction
Provides many years of service life.

Umbrella Valve
Protects product from particulates during dispense.

Dust Cover

Protects Container Valve against debris
Used as best practice for maintaining ultimate purity.

Tamper Evident Shipping Cap

Secures & Protects Container Valve Through Transportation
Used as best practice for security and protection.
to ensure packaging integrity.

Container Valve

Closed, Sealed & Secure
Self-closing upon disconnect, prevents unauthorized
access to the product in the container.
Dry Break of less than 10 milliliters.

Multi-Use – Robust Construction
Keeps container packaging costs economical.

Eco-friendly, consists of all plastic parts simplifies recycling
process by eliminating dismantling time and cost.

Proprietary Keyed System
Controls who can access container for dispensing.

Tamper Evident Wire Seal

Secures and protects container valve from unauthorized removal
Used as best practice for security and protection.
to ensure packaging integrity.

Down Tube

Maximizes Product Yield
Length designed to reach and locate in container sump
for optimum product extraction and to minimize waste
(100 milliliters or less).



 


Container Valve - Installation Instructions

How To Create the RSV Closed System Container Package

Create the RSV Container Valve Assembly

Before Installation
The Container Valve bottom tube contains Ridges, to ensure proper assembly the Down Tube Circlip must install over Ridges.

Make the Connection
Firmly insert container valve bottom tube into Down Tube. Ensure that the Circlip resides above the container valve bottom tube Ridges.

Check to Ensure Proper Assembly
Container Valve Assembly is properly installed when Down Tube is pressed against Container Valve Tube Base.

Install & Secure RSV Container Valve Assembly into Container

Insert Container Valve to Container
Insert RSV Container Valve Assembly into a 2.5” x5 buttress opening container. Firmly screw Container Valve hand-tight into container.

Check to Ensure Proper Down Tube Alignment to Bottom Sump
Drums: Use bung opening located directly above sump. IBC (Totes): Ensure Down Tube is positioned in the sump (bottom valve area of the tote).

Torque in Container Valve
Insert the RSV Container Valve Install / Removal Tool onto the 1/2” drive torque wrench and place into the RSV Container Valve. Torque clockwise to 20 ft./lbs.

Install Tamper Evidence
Insert 18” Tamper Evident Wire Seal through container valve, 6” Cap & Container eyelets.

Check to Ensure Proper Security
Double check to ensure all eyelets have been secured and pull wire tight.

Check to Ensure Proper Installation
NOTE: Tamper evident wire seal is installed between 2pm - 6pm position. This ensures that the wire seal does not obstruct coupler connection.

 


Dispense Coupler - Connect & Disconnect Instructions

It’s Simple As Turn, Click & Go!

Connect

Insert
Ensure that the handle is in the upright position. Note: Coupler and container valve must have same keyed system, i.e. 4 pin and 4 cam. Insert coupler.

Turn Handle Clockwise
With handle remaining in upright position, turn clockwise until it stops.

Push Handle Down
Push handle down until you hear a click. Coupler is properly connected when handle clicks, locks and remains in down position.

Disconnect

Unlock Handle
Push down handle locking button using thumb.

Turn Handle Counter-Clockwise
By turning hose counter-clockwise, Dispense Coupler will unlock from container valve.

Pull Up & Remove
When Dispense Coupler cannot turn counter-clockwise anymore, remove by lifting up.