WEH sets new standards for the construction of gas processing plants with its innovative high pressure valves. The valve design can combine up to three functions into a single valve.
This functionality saves one or more valves, as filling and venting are integrated directly into the valve. Due to these multifunctional valves, plants for evacuating, filling, mixing and blending of all kind of gaseous media can be implemented in a particularly economical way. The valves function as stop valves with the innovative option of integrating either a venting valve, check valve or both functions (block & bleed) into one compact unit.
The “light weight” (5kg) and compact design makes the valves ideally suited to gas plant applications. The WEH ® High Pressure Valves are characterised by high flow rates and are constructed with either manual or pneumatic actuators. All valves are available for applications with oxygen, too (BAM tested). The WEH® High Pressure Valves in different versions, materials, bore sizes and pressure ranges are available on request. The accessory programme provides increased functionality by offering check valves, filters, output signal indicators, flow restrictors, vacuum pressure relief modules etc.
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