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New control valve for small volumes: GEMÜ 566

New control valve for small volumes: GEMÜ 566

The GEMÜ 566 valve was developed specially for controlling small volumes and provides a flow rate of between 63 and 2500 l/h. The control mechanism is already fully integrated into the valve body. The media wetted part is separated from the control mechanism by an additional isolating diaphragm made of EPDM or FPM. By integrating the control mechanism into the valve body and thanks to the sealing described above, it is possible to subsequently switch from a manual to an automated actuation type at any time. The particular advantage of this is that the components involved are located outside the media wetted area. This means that from the start, the plant operator enjoys a very high degree of flexibility with regard to potential changes to their operational processes. The product animation also shows an example of how to switch the actuator type.