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This hygienic rotary valve has USDA approval

By Chemical Engineering |

Coperion_K-TronThe ZRD sanitary rotary valves (photo) have been approved by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA), following certification in compliance with the USDA Dairy Grading Branch. Already designed in accordance with the engineering and design guidelines of the EHEDG (European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group), these sanitary rotary valves also meet the current, strict requirements governing application in the U.S. The valves can be used in the food, pharmaceuticals and chemical industries for applications demanding even the highest degree of hygiene and cleanliness. The ZRD Hygienic Rotary Valve offers an extra-large inlet for high throughputs and is suitable for pneumatic conveying up at up to 1.5 barg and temperatures up to 100°C. The sanitary versions of the ZRD rotary valves are used in pneumatic conveying systems and for the discharge of powdered and granular materials. — Coperion K-Tron, Salina, Kan.

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