The Burkert Robolux valve solution can meet the stringent requirements imposed by separation processes or be used to maintain sterile process conditions.
The externally piloted diaphragm valve type 2103 consists of a pneumatically operated piston actuator, a diaphragm and a 2-way valve ELEMENT for decentralised automation.
The Bürkert Type 8619 multiCELL transmitter/controller is suitable for measurement and control as well dosing processes.
The Bürkert Type 8647 AirLINE SP valve island has been designed to be compatible with the Siemens I/O system SIMATIC ET 200SP, enabling maximum system availability for pneumatic controllers.
The Bürkert Types 3360 and 3361 electromotive process valves offer precision control without the need for compressed air.
Bürkert Fluid Control Systems has introduced an innovative body type for diaphragm valves for hygienic applications.
Burkert's FLOWave flowmeter uses technology incorporating SAW (surface acoustic waves) to facilitate inline flow measurement without the need for any sensors or constrictions inside the measuring tube.
Bürkert has expanded its Element range of valves into larger-format valves and drives, with orifices up to DN50 and actuators to 130 mm. This expands their application area, enabling their use at higher temperatures and larger flow rates.
Bürkert’s Type 8045 insertion electromagnetic flow meter has a cut-off feature which is claimed to optimise use in low-flow applications.
Burkert has released a modular valve and block package that it says is designed to help build systems quickly and easily. The Inox system incorporates a stainless steel pneumatically actuated valve and standard block modules with eight standard port channels.
Bürkert's multiparameter controller, mxCONTROL 8620, is designed to automate the control of process variables within a water treatment system. The 8620 integrates control, monitoring and display features, as well as data and event logging functions, into a compact unit. It is suitable for primary water treatment processes or ancillary processes in manufacturing, mining and general industry.
Bürkert’s Type 8681 Control Head, integrating pneumatic actuation, feedback, diagnostics and fieldbus interface, has been engineered to assemble with all commercially available hygienic ball valves, butterfly valves, single-seat, double-seat and mix-proof valve configurations. The Type 8681 offers the same control features as Bürkert’s Element angle-seat, globe and diaphragm valves.
MFC Type 8713 is an instrument for the control of the mass flow of gases that is relevant for most applications in process technology.
Bürkert has expanded its line of analytical transmitters with Element neutrino analytical transmitters for use with different sensor types. The modular transmitters can be adapted to different applications and used for measuring pH, ORP or conductivity.
The LFC (liquid flow controller) is fully compatible with Bürkert’s range of mass flow controllers (MFC). It complements the company’s range of compact fluid control devices for the measurement and dosage of liquids with a nominal flow rate of 10-600 mL/min and a span of 1:10. The LFC is based on the proven and tested software, hardware and mechanics of the MFC series. Due to its compact design, the controller can be installed in difficult locations, such as directly behind angled piping.