ASCO”s Micro 10 rocker isolation valves feature an envelope size that is almost 40 percent smaller than comparable 16 mm designs, but with orifice diameters reduced by only 10 percent. This reduction allows equipment and instrument manufacturers to pack more valves into the same space for greater functionality and space efficiency. The valves” smaller internal volume enables more effective flushing of materials through the device. This eliminates the waste of expensive reagents and fluids that might collect in a larger valve body. Strong fasteners and threads maintain valve integrity during the production process, limiting defects and improving manufacturing productivity. Pad-mount configuration allows for modularization, which simplifies design, assembly, and service. Other options include various mounting and flow configurations, as well as orifice sizes, to suit a variety of applications. The valves can be used to control acids and bases, as well as analytical reagents. They are a good fit for controlling aggressive fluids or when high purity is required. In addition, the Micro 10 rocker isolation valves incorporate the following features: hermetic separation of control mechanism and fluid; reduced heat exchange due to integrated power-save circuit; mounting in any position without affecting operation; multiple flow configurations (i.e., two-way normally closed, two-way normally open, and three-way universal); and alternate elastomers.