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GEMÜ LEADING THE WAY IN VALVE DESIGN

30-10-2014
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In high purity applications and in critical fluid management, high quality and product purity are essential.

As a provider of standard components and flexible customer solutions, GEMÜ has established itself as a specialist in the field of valve design.

In many industrial processes, chemical substances in any state of aggregation have become indispensable.

GEMÜ offers its customers a wide range of services in chemical supply, particularly in critical fluid management.

The highly resistant valves from the GEMÜ CleanStar and GEMÜ iComLine series can be used in all kinds of applications to meet various system requirements.

Further, the sealing technology of the iComLine valve series allows the valves to be assembled as a multi-port valve block solution.

As well as providing a layout that makes the most of both space and resources, it also allows the integration of measuring and sensor technology.

Strict purity requirements must be met in all production processes involved in the manufacture and supply of chemicals. The high purity acids and chemicals required for the manufacture of microchips are produced by specialist companies under ultra pure conditions.

Valves, tubing systems and measurement devices for the control and monitoring of the media are also subject to these requirements. In this regard, GEMÜ can rely on its own modern cleanroom plant in Switzerland.

For resistance purposes, all medium wetted parts are made of high-quality PFA or PTFE.

In addition to valves from the GEMÜ CleanStar and GEMÜ iComLine series, other high purity products are available, for use in chemical supply systems and other applications.

GEMÜ offers a wide range of PFA fittings and PFA tubing for the distribution and connection of valves and components. The GEMÜ TubeStar tubing is available as a 400m spool and as a 6m straight piece in ¼ to 1¼ inch sizes.

The GEMÜ FlareStar fitting range offers over 1,200 variations for creating the appropriate connections in the supply installation.

The GEMÜ SonicLine ultrasonic flowmeter allows extremely precise measurements, even with very small flow rates. The pressure measurement devices from the GEMÜ HydraLine series have a high-quality pressure sensor and a patented 3-fold diaphragm, which enables a very high degree of accuracy. There are no movable or fixed components in the measured length of any flow meters or pressure gauges, so that the medium can flow unhindered. The GEMÜ product range is completed with automation components such as position indicators and positioners or process controllers.

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