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Precise flow control forcryogenic applications

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Valve solutions must satisfy strict demands when used in complex pure steam systems, such as those in the foodstuff or pharmaceutical industries. The Models 505 and 555 pure-steam valves (photo) are manufactured from high-quality materials, enable optimal processing of the individual materials and offer numerous advantages in terms of both function and servicing. The pneumatic (555) and hand-operated (505) angle-seat globe valves require significantly less maintenance than diaphragm valves, and are easier to clean than ball valves, says the manufacturer. The globe valves are available in nominal sizes DN8 to DN80. Hall 5, Stand F36 — GEMÜ Gebr. Müller Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG, Ingelfingen, Germany

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