Gemü pressure control valves allow flexibility

German-based Gemü, which has offices across North and South America, has launched its new line of pressure control valves that are manufactured from plastic and require little maintenance.
Pressure control valves control the upper pressure limits, lower the pressure or balance out pressure fluctuations. Three versions are available depending on the operation required. The valves can be obtained in the nominal sizes of DN 10 to DN 100.
The desired pressures can be conveniently adjusted according to requirements using a set screw. Excellent flow rate values are guaranteed by the flow-efficient design of the valve bodies, which have minimal deadleg. The pressure control valves can be installed regardless of position and no auxiliary power is required for operating the equipment. Hermetic separation of the actuator from the medium ensures long service life and operational safety.
All media wetted parts are manufactured from high-grade plastic and can withstand even corrosive media. Depending on the area of application, the customer can choose from a range of different materials for the body and seal material. A range of different connection types is also available.

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