Compact, lightweight and multifunctional
With its small, lightweight but nevertheless highly efficient plastic diaphragm valve solutions, GEMÜ, the German specialist for valves, measurement and control systems based in Ingelfingen offers a portfolio for compact, safe and cost-efficient plant design meeting today's plant engineering requirements.
Advantages over conventional valve designs
Multi-port valve blocks P600 in particular have a major advantage over conventional valve design solutions. They are compact, space-saving and, due to their individual design, are able to perform a range of quite different functions in the most confined spaces, such as mixing, dividing, diverting, draining, feeding and cleaning - all in one block! Safety and control functions as well as the integration of sensors, filters and non-return valves are also possible.
Basis for system components
Intelligently designed, multi-port valve blocks form the basis for compact plant components with high functionality. Complex piping systems are highly simplified by block valve solutions. They largely eliminate the need for additional adapters and moulded parts. Quick and simple installation is ensured by the integration of standard connection types.
Wide range of applications
GEMÜ compact, lightweight multi-port valves are suitable for a wide range of applications in various industrial sectors. The range of cost effective applications extends from installations for chemical processes in the chemicals and environmental chemistry and plant solutions in surface finishing, coating and electroplating, as well as municipal and industrial water treatment, all the way through to solutions for power stations. Even when it comes to sensitive processes and systems, such as reverse osmosis plants, neutralisation, swimming pools with microfiltration systems and chemical processes involving aggressive and corrosive media, multi-port valves are a cost-effective alternative to conventional valve designs. But, of course, they can also be used where inert media and processes are controlled.
The plastic multi-port valve blocks ensure high flow rates and, depending on valve specification, operate reliably at temperatures ranging from -20°C to +80°C and pressures of up to 10 bar. They are highly resistant, even to aggressive and corrosive media. In addition to valves, GEMÜ offers a comprehensive range of accessories including controllers, flowmeters, stroke limiters and customised sensors all possible to integrate into the multi-port valve block.
GEMÜ Gebr. Müller Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG
GEMÜ is one of the leading manufacturers of valves, measurement and control systems in the world. Since 1964, this globally-focused, independent family-owned enterprise has made a name for itself thanks to its innovative products and customised solutions concerning process media control and has established itself as the market leader in important sectors. Today, the GEMÜ Group employs over 680 employees in Germany and more than 1,200 employees worldwide. Manufacturing is carried out in six production companies in Germany, Switzerland, China, Brazil, France and the USA. At the headquarters in Ingelfingen, the products are developed, designed and, to a large extent, also manufactured and assembled. From this location, global marketing is coordinated locally with 20 subsidiaries. With a large distributor network in 53 countries, the group is present on all 5 continents. For sales and logistics, GEMÜ uses the most modern communication technologies and environmentally-friendly supply solutions. Production is configured to be flexible and enables individual pieces to be processed as well as large projects that require over 10,000 valves. A broad-based modular system and adapted automation components mean that predefined standard products and customised solutions can be combined to make over 400,000 product variations.
Further information can be found on www.gemue.de.
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