GEMÜ 660

Pneumatically operated diaphragm valve

  • Description
  • Features
  • Technical specifications
  • Accessories

The GEMÜ 660 2/2-way diaphragm valve has a stainless steel piston actuator and is pneumatically operated. The valve was designed for dosing and filling a wide range of products. All actuator parts are made from stainless steel (except seals). Normally Closed (NC), Normally Open (NO) and Double Acting (DA) control functions are available. An opening stroke and closing stroke limiter and an optical position indicator are integrated as standard.

  • Easily adjustable, integrated opening stroke and closing stroke limiter
  • Precise stroke scale (10 scale points per turn) on the actuator top
  • High level of reproducibility of the flow rates thanks to distance sleeves integrated in the shut-off diaphragms
  • Fast cycle duties due to minimized filling volume
  • Media temperature: -10 to 100 °C
  • Sterilization temperature: Max. 150 °C
  • Ambient temperature*: 0 to 60 °C
  • Operating pressure*: 0 to 5 bar
  • Nominal sizes*: DN 4 to 25
  • Body configurations: 2/2-way body | i-body | Multi-port body | T body | Tank valve body | Welding configuration
  • Connection types: Clamp | Flange | Spigot | Threaded connection
  • Connection standards: ANSI | ASME | BS | DIN | EN | ISO | JIS | SMS
  • Body materials: 1.4408, investment casting material | 1.4435 (316L), forged material | 1.4435 (BN2), forged material | 1.4435, investment casting material | 1.4539 (904L), forged material
  • Diaphragm materials: EPDM | PTFE/EPDM
  • Conformities*: 3A | BSE/TSE | CRN | EAC | FDA | Oxygen | Reg. (EU) No. 10/2011 | Regulation (EC) No. 1935/2004 | Regulation (EC) No. 2023/2006 | TA Luft (German Clean Air Act) | USP

Fitting Accessories

Product video

Setting the closing and opening limit for GEMÜ 660

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Online since 27.04.2018

Product news

06.02.2019

Safe solutions for oxygen applications

Product news

27.04.2018

Longer service lives thanks to closing and opening limits

In two new videos, a service trainer from the GEMÜ training team explains the setting of closing and opening limits in diaphragm valves.