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A new generation of control valve

The IBS-series (photo) is a redesigned and technically revised version of this company’s Iris process-control valve. The new series features a compact structure with shorter installation lengths. The visual position indicator has been completely revised and is clearly visible from three sides, even from a long distance; this is in addition to the electronic feedback of the variable-speed drive position to the SCADA system. The valve’s gas-tight design without spindle feedthrough opens up many new possible applications for regulating chemicals and industrial gases. Leak-monitoring and flushing systems can be connected without changing the design. Its robust design and self-cleaning segments also make the valve a reliable regulator for raw sewage or sludge. Hall B1, Stand 345 — Emile Egger & Cie SA, Cressier NE, Switzerland

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