Safe maintenance & commissioning

LoTo for GEA Aseptic VESTA® valves

Two dedicated LoTo solutions are selectable for manually operated GEA VESTA® valves. Easy-to apply BELLOW LOCKS block any valve action and keep the valve in either open or closed position.

LockOut-TagOut (LoTo)

Using LoTo devices the energy sources will be locked and visually marked to prevent the unintentional movement of the valve.

  • ensure safe status of valves and flow paths
  • protect your workforce
  • protect your operation

BELOW LOCK for VESTA® valves

  • Special solution for aseptic applications
  • For manual actuators on VESTA® Valves
  • Retrofittable


The Lock out, Tag out (LoTo) device is used to ensure a safe maintenance and commissioning of process plants. Energy sources will be locked and visually marked to prevent the unintentional movement of the valve.
DISK LOCK at butterfly valve in a brewery

Locking in safety

Safety matters: minimizing production risks is a top priority for companies in the face of growing challenges. GEA is driving forward state-of-the-art safety concepts with innovative valve technology, enabling users to take increasingly comprehensive precautions. As the first valve manufacturer to offer an end-to-end LoTo portfolio, GEA is creating the best framework for plant operators to contain accidents and reliably fulfil prevention regulations.

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