The actuators and automation components from GEMÜ mean that even the most demanding control functions can be implemented.
Globe valves are the best control valves because of their seat design and long stroke. Dependent on the area of application and the type of control required other valves such as diaphragm valves, butterfly valves or ball valves can be used for control tasks.
GEMÜ globe valves are paired with regulating cones and positioners or process controllers, the standard control characteristics are equal-percentage, 1:25 and 1:50. As all components are from a single source they are well synchronised with each other and easy to commission. Control valves can be used in all industrial areas.
The pneumatically operated valves are ideally paired with the GEMÜ 1434, 1435 or 1436 positioners. Motorised control valves can be supplied with an integrated positioner.
2/2-way body (2/2-way valve)
T valve (3/2-way valve)
Other types of GEMÜ control valves
Long-stroke globe valves are particularly well suited to control tasks, however, for some applications, other valve types are more suitable for the process. Examples of this would be for fibrous or abrasive media. For these, a diaphragm valve might be a good possible alternative. GEMÜ actuators and controllers can therefore be adapted to different butterfly, ball and diaphragm valve bodies.
Wide selection of materials (plastic, metal, stainless steel), depending on valve type, nominal size and connection
Wide selection of connections, depending on valve type, nominal size and material
Simple and fast commissioning
Various body surface grades possible, depending on valve type
Vacuum-compatible designs possible, depending on valve type
The scope of delivery for these products is the valve in question. Controller and accessories can be selected and additionally ordered from the extensive GEMÜ modular system.
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GEMÜ is one of the leading manufacturers of valves, measurement and control systems, and is the world market leader of valves for sterile applications in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. This position was achieved following GEMÜ's comprehensive investments in application-specific research and development, amounting to more than 5 per cent of the company's turnover.
The level of innovation is closely linked to location - Germany is regarded globally as a nation of engineers. GEMÜ is over halfway up the chart of the top 1,000 German global market leaders for 2011. The GEMÜ headquarters is in the region that is home to the highest density of global market leaders, the region of Heilbronn-Franken in Baden-Württemberg. GEMÜ's international success is based essentially on the enterprise and pioneering spirit of Fritz Müller, who developed the world's first plastic process valve in 1964. This directly controlled solenoid valve was the starting point for the foundation of GEMÜ that year.