3 way valves for CLASSIC and ELEMENT actuators

Written by: Tom Austin-Morgan | Published:

Bürkert has released two 3 way seat valves, the Type 2006 which consists of a pneumatically operated CLASSIC actuator and a 3 way valve body, and the Type 2106 that consists of a pneumatically operated ELEMENT actuator and a 3 way stainless steel valve body.

The Type 2006 seat valve is available in two different materials, PA or PPS, depending on the ambient temperature. Available materials for the valve body include stainless steel and a brass/stainless steel variant. Interchanging of pressure and service ports enables different fluidic circuit functions, such as the mixing or distributing of mediums.

The flow-optimised valve body of both valves allows for excellent flow rates. The adjusting gland secures a high level of tightness ensuring reliable operation over years.

The 3 way valve Type 2006 is controlled by a pilot valve, or by centralised automation using a valve island and can be equipped with an electrical position indicator. The compact Type 2006 is often seen as an economic alternative instead of two single shut-off valves.

The design of the 3 way valve, Type 2106, offers all the advantages of a modern, decentralised automation: The directly connected control head and actuator provide a compact and smooth design, integrated pneumatic lines, protection class IP65/67/NEMA4X, and a high chemical resistance. An optionally integrated fieldbus interface through to an explosion-proof control head are further advantages of the 3 way shut-off valve. The compact Type 2106 can be used as an economical alternative to two single valves.

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