The provided 3/4 inch (DN20) pneumatic diaphragm valve is equipped with an actuator. Welded connection, weir type, sanitary diaphragm valve is specially designed for sanitary brewing, dairy products and beverages and aseptic pharmaceuticals.
- Model: ATO-GMG661F/GMG6K61F/GMG6B61F-10R
- Size: DN20 (3/4 inch)
- With Actuator: Yes
- Actuator Type: Double Acting/Normally Open/Normally Closed
- Structure Type: Weir Type
- Function: Interception
- Connection Form: Welding
- Diaphragm Quantity: Double Diaphragm
- Drive Mode: Pneumatic
- Level: Sanitary Level
- Type (Channel Position): Two-Way
- Weight: About 4.5kg
Dimensions (Unit: mm)
Pneumatic sanitary diaphragm valves are commonly used in applications that require precise control of fluid flow and hygienic conditions. These valves are frequently found in the pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and biotechnology industries.
Tips: How does a diaphragm valve work?
A diaphragm valve works by using a flexible diaphragm to regulate the flow of fluid through a pipeline. The valve body is typically made of metal or plastic, and it contains two chambers separated by the diaphragm. In the closed position, the diaphragm seals the passage between the two chambers, preventing fluid from flowing through the valve.
When the valve is actuated, a compressor or actuator pushes against the diaphragm, causing it to move upwards and away from the valve seat. This creates a flow path for fluid to pass through the valve. When the compressor is released, the diaphragm returns to its original position, sealing off the valve and stopping the flow of fluid.
The advantage of using a diaphragm valve is that the diaphragm is a flexible component, which allows it to be used with fluids that are corrosive, abrasive, or vicious. Diaphragm valves are also easy to clean and maintain, making them a popular choice for applications that require frequent cleaning or sterilization.