Aseptic valves face exceptionally high demands within UltraClean and Aseptic processes. As product and process safety has the highest priority within these applications, our valves are equipped with a hermetic sealing element to avoid any ingress of microorganisms into a sterile process. With our three different valves series, we provide the perfect component for all kind of applications and personal preferences. No matter what valve series might be the perfect solution for your application, you can be assured that they all provide highest quality in terms of hygienic design and sustainability.
The three valve series distinguish themselves via the hermetic sealing concept. The Aseptomag® valve series is based on stainless steel bellow technology, where the D-ec® valve series uses stem diaphragm technology to hermetically seal the sterile process pipe against the atmosphere. Both valve series are mainly used for dairy, beverage and food applications. The VESTA® valve series bases on PTFE bellow technology and is a true asset for applications in the pharmaceutical, biotech and cosmetics industry.
The T.VIS® control top is an optimal system for controlling and monitoring GEA aseptic valves.
Aseptic single-seat control valves are used for the exact setting and control of parameters such as flow, pressure, temperature, or filling level in aseptic processing plants.
Aseptic filling valves are used for the monitored opening and closing of pipelines in aseptic processing plants.
Mixproof Shut-off Valves
Aseptic double-seat valves are used for the mixproof shut-off of incompatible products at pipe junctions in UltraClean and Aseptic processing plants. The integrated steam barrier (ISB) enables the safe separation of two product lines. Depending on the plant complexity, the valve can be designed with one (DK), two (DDK) or three (AXV) sterile steam barriers. The Leakage Valve ADV is the simplest form of an aseptic mixproof valve and can be used i.e. for sterile water processes
Aseptic shut-off valves are used for the monitored opening and closing of pipelines in aseptic processing plants.