Mixproof Shut-off Valves (UltraClean)

UltraClean double-seat valves are used for the mixproof shut-off of incompatible products at pipe junctions in processing plants. The moving valve stems are sealed by hermetic sealing elements and depending on the required level of product safety, the area between the two product lines is either executed as a leakage area or as a sterile barrier.

The two valve lines distinguish themselves via the hermetic sealing concept. The Aseptomag® valve line is based on stainless steel bellows technology, where the D-tec® valve line uses stem diaphragm technology to hermetically seal the sterile process pipe against the atmosphere. Both valve lines are mainly used for dairy, beverage and food applications.

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