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Distribute, mix and collect: GEMÜ 553

Distribute, mix and collect: GEMÜ 553

With the GEMÜ 553 diverter/mixing valve, a modular valve system is now available with standard actuators in the GEMÜ 9550 and 9554 series. This innovative system comprises the actual multi-port valve blocks made from 1.4408 investment casting as well as the end pieces and connectors and a media separator plate. This media separator plate also has a threaded connection for mounting standard temperature sensors, pressure sensors and flow monitors. Thanks to the possibility of locking the individual connections in place in 90° increments, the valve arrangement can be ideally adapted to the most different of process and mounting conditions. The animation explains how it works and provides various configuration examples.