The T.VIS® control top is an optimal system for controlling and monitoring GEA hygienic valves. This is available in several variants depending on the valve type, tasks and user convenience.

Common features of all T.VIS® variants are:

  • Flexible system for optimum variant configuration for the particular task
  • Internal air supply for high security against failure of the main valve functions because no external air hose is required
  • Characteristic design
  • High protection class (IP65/66, IP67 or IP69k)
  • Ease of cleaning without dead zones, whatever the installation orientation
  • Clear visualization of the valve status via a light dome visible 360°, which is illuminated by colored LEDs
  • Low energy consumption
  • Ease of handling
  • Maintenance-free electronic modules
  • Many special options, e.g.: Air throttles, Cable connections, etc.

For maintenance work on the valve, the control tops can be removed from the valve actuator by loosening two bolts on the clamp, without electrical or pneumatic connections having to be disconnected.

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