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  • Valves for potentially explosive areas

    Considered separately, a valve is a non-electrical device that does not have a potential ignition source of its own. However, when installed and working within an operating environment, valves are capable of becoming electrostatically charged and causing hot surfaces. Thus, ultimately, they can indeed be considered a potential source of ignition. For this reason, valves come under the scope of the ATEX Directive 2014/34/ EU. Issue: 2019/2020
  • Discharge and metering

    The chemical and pharmaceutical industries often process highly active substances with properties that necessitate safe containment and effective explosion protection. As a result, the requirements imposed on process technology have not just become more diverse but also more complex. Issue: 12/2019
  • Digitalisation: Sensible operation and monitoring of valves

    Guided by its extensive experience in developing and engineering valves and actuators and prompted by the changing requirements of the market, EBRO has developed a modular sensor platform for drives and actuator units. Issue: 2019/2020
  • Health Check for fittings

    Until now, it was not possible to predict gradual changes in the valve parts during the closing process. The result was often costly measures to prolong the service life. Thanks to intelligent measuring technology, it is now possible to detect any possible seal wear at an early stage. Issue: 4/2019
  • That doesn ?t get out of control

    In form- and core-shooting machines, which work with the air-flow method, the quartz sand mixed with binder is shot at high pressure into a core box. The closing fitting of the core box in this application - the butterfly valve - is thus exposed to extreme pressure conditions, which it has to withstand - a great challenge for the plant operator. Issue: 3/2019
  • Controlling and regulating solid material flows

    Regardless of whether production facilities already exist or are to be newly built. the demands on their performance requirements are increasing. This requires specially adapted valves to control and regulate solid flows.

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